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Krishi Vigyan Kendra Leh

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Contact Name: Krishi Vigyan Kendra Leh,

Mobile no.:: 01982-252308

Address: Krishi Vigyan Kendra, SKUAST (K), P.Box No.146, Choglam Road, Housing Colony, Dist. Leh

State: Jammu and Kashmir

District: Leh

Time of Visit: All the year

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Atari Address- ICAR-ATARI Zone-I Ludhiana PAU Campus Ludhiana, Punjab

Host Institute Name- SKUAST Shrinagar

Pin Code- 194101

Website- http://www.kvkleh.com/

Preview- "Leh (Ladakh) was known in the past by different names. It was called Maryul or low    and by some Kha- chumpa by others. FaHein referred to it as Kia-Chha and Hiuen Tsang as Ma-Lo-Pho. It is said that the first Immigrants to this land appears to have been the Brokpas from Dadarstan who inhabited the lower reaches of the Indus Valley popularly known as Sham. Another wave of Immigrants who came from karja (Kulu) were the Mons an Aryan type who first settled in Gya and spread to Rong, Shayok, Sakti Tangtse and Durbuk, the area extending from Martselang to Khaltsi. Gia was the seat of government of the first Mon ruler having been elected by the whole tribe. His kingdom included the villages mentioned above, all of which was inhabited by the Mons people He was known by the title Gyapacho, derived from his being the master of Gia.

The ancient inhabitants of Ladakh were Dards, an Indo- Aryan race. Immigrants of Tibet, Skardo and nearby parts like Purang, Guge settled in Ladakh, whose racial characters and cultures were in consonance with early settlers. Buddhism traveled from central India to Tibet via Ladakh leaving its imprint in Ladakh. Islamic missionaries also made a peaceful penetration of Islam in the early 16th century. German Moravian Missionaries having cognizance of East India Company also made inroads towards conversion but with little success. In the 10th century AD, Skit Lde Nemagon, the ruler of Tibet, invaded Ladakh where there was no central authority. The lands divided in small principalities were at war with each other. Nemagon defeated them one by one and established a strong kingdom at Shey, 15 kms from Leh, as its capital. Ladakh was an independent country since the middle of the 10th century."