National Geographic : 1948 Apr
On the Road to Ladakh, Kashmir's "Little Tibet," the Photographer Entertains Visitors After a 175-mile walk from Leh, these Ladakhis paused at Sonamarg to inspect the National Geographic Society's photo-survey truck, a converted war ambulance. As Buddhists, they had little concern in Kashmir's Hindu-Moslem strife. Kashmir, predominantly Mohammedan, is ruled by a Hindu maharaja. My)tvalonal eograpuje IocletY A Moslem Potter's Daughter At eight years, she's still free to play; hard work will come later. Kodachromes by Volkmar Wentzel Proud Father and Gloomy Son Dressed up for a festival, the boy wears silver jewelry; his parent, the Kashmir wdolen skullcap.