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  • Himalaya, Land of Women | Full Documentary | SLICE

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    At an altitude of nearly 4,000 meters, Sking is one of the most isolated villages in the Himalayan region of Zanskar. In just three months, from August to October, the Zanskaris have to harvest and store all their food for the coming year. All the women-young and old alike-work nonstop, from dawn to dusk, and worry about the arrival of winter.

    Filmed from the point of view of a subjective camera by a young female ethnologist, Land of Women offers a sensitive and poetic immersion in the life of four generations of women during harvesting season. We share their rare intimacy and gradually grow attached to them.

    Himalaya, Land of Women
    Direction: Marianne Chaud
    Production: ZED & ARTE France – Manuel Catteau, Thierry Garrel & Pierrette Ominetti

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  • Urgan, child of the Himalaya I SLICE I Full documentary

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    Urgan is 9 years old. He lives in a village in the northern Himalayas, isolated at 3,800 meters above sea level. The Buddhist tradition wants him to leave his family to join his monastery. To do so, he will have to cross the Wori La pass, located at more than 5,000 meters above sea level.
    Accompanied by his cousin, he travels for several days on an initiatory path marked by funny situations, unexpected, spiritual, disturbing or fascinating encounters: a path to enlightenment.


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    Direction: Corine Glowacki & Philippe Bigot
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  • marriage system in the himalayan region || lajimbudha ||

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    the boy belong to Rukum district and the girl belong to Baglung district. after long time fall in love they got marriage and team lajimbudha follow their marriage ceremony fom Taksera Rukum to Dhorpatan Baglung.
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  • Bhutan – change comes to the Himalayan Happy Kingdom | DW Documentary

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    Bhutan's other name is The Happy Kingdom. The small Himalayan country has one foot in the distant past and the other in the digital age. It's quite a balancing act for Bhutan's citizens.

    No other country has recently undergone more radical change than Bhutan. The millennium brought television, the internet and democratization to the last Himalayan kingdom almost overnight. The capital Thimphu has become one of South Asia's fastest growing cities. At the same time, just a few kilometers to the north, 20 thousand nomads still live from herding yak on the high plains of the Himalayas. This documentary tells of the challenges these people face.

    We meet young Chewang , who often has to leave his family for months and trek to heights above five thousand meters in search of the caterpillar fungus, a fabled medicinal mushroom. We also follows the journey of five-year-old Doryi, who is separated from his poverty-stricken family when they send him to a monastery. Meanwhile, the committed organic farmer Choki is trying to bring the advantages of modern life to her village. And 73-year-old bowman Ap Chimi is finding the modern world quite a challenge, so he's decided to compete in his last archery tournament to show youngsters in the village that he can still hit the bull's eye as easily as they do.
    This documentary takes viewers on a trip through a time that mirrors Western development in the last century. The loss of a communal life in harmony with nature is juxtaposed against the gains made through globalization. Director Irja von Bernstorff, who has made her home in the Happy Kingdom, gives us a unique peek behind the country's tourist façade to reveal what makes the wondrous world of Bhutan so special.

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  • The Land Where Women Rule: Inside Chinas Last Matriarchy

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    China's one-child policy led to millions of female infanticides—except in a lush valley known as the “Land Where Women Rule.” Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, Lugu Lake is home to China’s Mosuo matriarchy. The region's 40,000 denizens have come up with a unique own family structure that puts women in charge. The Mosuo's “walking marriages”—in which women can have as many boyfriends as they want throughout their lifetime—replace traditional monogamy and inheritance passes from mother to daughter.

    But are the women really in control—and how are men fairing under their rule? Broadly correspondent Milène Larsson spends a week in Lugu Lake with three generations of Mosuo women to find out what life is like in one of the world’s last matriarchies.

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  • Multiple Husbands | National Geographic

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    The opposite of polygamy is polyandry, when a woman has multiple husbands. One group of people in the Himalayas practices this lifestyle.
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  • Takasera: A Portrait of a Himalayan Village | Documentary Film | Nepal

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    This film is a portrait of Takasera and follows every day and festival life of the village. It is a slow-paced observational documentary that touches upon the cultural, political and social realities of the region, creating the feeling of “being there”.


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    To the outside world, it may seem an isolated and forgotten place, but Takasera is, in fact, the centre of Kham Magar culture.

    Takasera is settled on a hill above an ancient lakebed, composed of hundreds of tightly interwoven houses, giving an appearance of a giant buzzing bee-hive. Surrounded by the mountains, and connected only by a dead-end dirt road, it leads a life of its own.

    This film is a portrait of Takasera and follows every day and festival life of the village. It is a slow-paced observational documentary that touches upon the cultural, political and social realities of the region, creating the feeling of “being there”.


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  • The Akha tribe in Laos: Between tradition and modernity | DW Documentary

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    The Akha in Laos live almost untouched by modern civilization. They still adhere to their archaic customs. But they are on the verge of upheaval.

    Cut off from the rest of the world, without a paved road, the village of Peryensang Mai has remained almost untouched by modern civilization to this day. Its inhabitants are from the Akha tribe, and they seem to live in a different time: Their language isn’t even written down; their everyday life is defined by the laws and rituals handed down from their ancestors such as animal sacrifices to ward off bad luck. This adherence to customs that are often quite brutal endows the Akha’s lives with stability and direction. The women of the village have a particularly busy life. Because the Akha are largely self-sufficient, their tasks range from agriculture to housework and making traditional clothing. This documentary tells the story of the Laovan family. Mother Yeapheun has always had to work hard to support her large family. Her husband is the village elder and ensures the Akha observe the strict laws and commandments. The couple and their eldest children cannot imagine life beyond the mountaintop, so the family is pinning its hopes on youngest son Kienglom, who has been going to school in a nearby town since he was eleven years old. Like many mountain tribes in Laos, the Akha are facing a difficult choice: between a move down into the valley, which would mean they would have electricity, running water and better medical care - but also abandoning their ancient rituals. The film takes the viewer on an emotional journey of discovery to a tribe torn between tradition and modernity and facing the need to reinvent itself in today's world.

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  • Chinas Last Matriarchy: The Land Where Women Rule

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    China's one-child policy led to millions of female infanticides—except in a lush valley known as the “Land Where Women Rule.” Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, Lugu Lake is home to China’s Mosuo matriarchy. The region's 40,000 denizens have come up with a unique own family structure that puts women in charge. The Mosuo's “walking marriages”—in which women can have as many boyfriends as they want throughout their lifetime—replace traditional monogamy and inheritance passes from mother to daughter.

    But are the women really in control—and how are men fairing under their rule? Broadly correspondent Milène Larsson spends a week in Lugu Lake with three generations of Mosuo women to find out what life is like in one of the world’s last matriarchies.

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  • Life In Himalayan Mountain Nepal

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    Life In Himalayan Mountain Nepal

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  • The Land of No Men: Inside Kenyas Women-Only Village

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    Where the foothills of Mount Kenya merge into the desert, the people of Samburu have maintained a strict patriarchy for over 500 years in northern Kenya. That is, until 25 years ago, when Rebecca Lolosoli founded Umoja village as a safe haven for the region's women. Umoja, which means unity in Swahili, is quite literally a no man's land, and the matriarchal refuge is now home to the Samburu women who no longer want to suffer abuses, like genital mutilation and forced marriages, at the hands of men.

    Throughout the years, it has also empowered other women in the districts surrounding Samburu to start their own men-excluding villages. Broadly visited Umoja and the villages it inspired to meet with the women who were fed up with living in a violent patriarchy.

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  • The eco-rebels of the Himalayas | DW Documentary

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    An Indian state in the Himalayas has completely transformed its agriculture and switched to organic farming. Sikkim has become a model for the rest of the world, because its farmers only cultivate their fields and plantations in a sustainable way.

    In 2010, the Prime Minister of Sikkim launched the so-called Organic Mission, developing the state into a model of sustainable farming. To protect its own organic farmers and consumers, the Sikkim government has even imposed an import ban on conventionally produced fruit and vegetables. This means that the authorities have the power to bury or destroy vegetables and fruit contaminated with pesticides and agrochemical giants such as Bayer or BASF are not welcome in Sikkim.
    Would that approach also work in Germany? The growing demand for organic food in this country offers farmers an opportunity to switch to sustainable farming. But in Germany the percentage of land under plough conforming to sustainable methods remains very low. Although the government has set a target of 20 percent organic by 2030, this figure had already been proposed by Gerhard Schröder’s red-green coalition back in 1998. Germany is still far from meeting its demand for organic food. That means fruit, vegetables and cereals have to be imported from Spain, Italy, Turkey or even further afield. Critics accuse the government of a lack of commitment and an excessive dependence on lobbyists from the agrochemical industry and farmers' associations. The incentives for organic farming are extremely poor. Can Germany now learn from far-off Sikkim?

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  • nomad people cooking and eating || Nepal || village life || himalayan life ||

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    these people are woolen blanket traders and they are from east part of Rukum. they are nomadic woolen blanket traders and they back to their village after spent around 25 days on travel.

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  • fishing in the himalayan river || lajimbudha ||

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    villagers throw the stones into the river at the end of ashoj month. when cold season starts fishes come to under the gathering stones. villagers come to fishing at the same place where they threw the stones, at the mid month of mansir.
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  • the faith of himalayan people || lajimbudha ||

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    villagers cultivating the crops over there and there no short cut way to reach there via cross the river. that`s why people are building the temporary bridge over there. while the river level come up villagers pull the big wood which is used to make bridge and while time begin to harvest the crops and the river level go down, villagers make the bridge. every year happen same work.
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  • Tibet and the Himalayas | Wild China | BBC Studios

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  • They Live in Himalayan Jungles || They travel Thousands of Kilometres on foot || Himalayan Shepherd

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    This Video shows the Life of Himalayan Shepherd.. They live in the dense Jungles of Himalaya.. They are known as best Travellers as they travel Thousands of Kilometres with their sheeps and goats throughout the year.. They live in the lap of Nature and keep changing their location everyday..
    Their life is very challenging due to the extreme weather conditions in Himalaya..they sleep in open jungle in the harsh winter as well as in Showery monsoon..

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  • A Day In A Himalayan Forest | Documentary Film Nepal

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    Himalayan forests are home to abundant biodiversity. Forests play an important role in the livelihoods of rural people worldwide, particularly in the poorest socio-economic groups (i.e., indigenous peoples, peasant communities, tribal and rural societies) living in and around forested areas. In this film we follow a group of Kham Magars from Mid-Western Nepal that set on a journey to the high Himalayas to gather wood for building a village house. The wood was collected at the altitude of 3500m (11500ft) above the village of Maikot in Rukum District.


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  • Afghanistan | Wild Shepherdess with Kate Humble | BBC Documentary

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    In Afghanistan, Kate Humble meets traditional shepherds in the remote Wakhan Corridor.


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  • Tibetan Documentary-The Heaven-blessed Culture of Khampa Ep1

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    A documentary to show Tibet's extraodinary scenery
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  • The Land of Land Rovers

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    Journey to Maneybhanjang, ‘the place where all roads meet’ deep in the Himalayas, and discover why this remote village in the sky is known as the Land of Land Rovers.

  • Secrets of Himalaya | Nepal in 4K

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    Pure. Calm. Peaceful.

    This is my view of Nepal.
    An explosion of contrasts between the overwhelming chaos in the cities and the peaceful way of life in the mountains. So much love for Asia and for losing myself there, so Nepal could not be an exception. Now, I know I will be back again one day, to make another and longer trekking through these majestic peaks.

    Long live to Nepal, due to your geographical situation, I hope Mother Nature treats you well! Namaste!

    Locations | Kathmandu, Patan, Dakshinkali, Pokhara, Sarangkot, Annapurna Area and Poon Hill.

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  • The Himalayan Range

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    This is our country – India.

    There is a continuous chain of mountain ranges in the northern part of the country, running through Nepal as well.

    These mountains are known as the Himalayan Range.
    The Himalayan Range is bordered by the Karakoram and Hindukush ranges in the north-west.

    The Himalayan Range is bordered by the Tibetan Plateau in the north and the Indo-Gangetic Plain in the south.
    Himalaya is a Sanskrit word. ‘Hima’ means snow and ‘alaya’ means abode. Together, Himalaya means the 'abode of snow.'
    The Himalayas consist of three parallel ranges.
    The Greater Himalayas or the Himadri Range
    The Middle Himalayas or the Himachal Range
    And the Lesser Himalayas or the Shiwalik Range.

    The world's highest peak, Mt Everest is situated in the Greater Himalayas.

    Some of the other high peaks in this range are Kanchenjunga, Nanga Parbat, and Nanda Devi.
    The Greater Himalayan Range has many mountain passes.
    A route through a mountain is called a mountain pass.
    Some important passes in the Himalayan Range are Zoji La, Jelep La, Shipki La, and Nathu La.
    The Greater Himalayas are covered with snow throughout the year.
    Many glaciers are present in this range of the Himalayas.
    Glaciers are large masses of moving ice.
    Many Himalayan rivers are formed by the melting of glaciers. Indus, Ganga, Brahmaputra, and Yamuna are some rivers which originate from the Himalayas.
    The Middle Himalayas are found between the Greater and Lesser Himalayan ranges.
    Many beautiful valleys like Kashmir, Kulu, and Kangra are situated in this range.
    Hill stations like Shimla, Mussoorie, Nainital, and Darjiling are also located in this range.
    This region is well-suited for growing crops.

    The thick forests of the Middle Himalayas consist of trees such as:
    Pine, oak, fir, walnut, spruce, and juniper. These trees are useful to us in many ways.
    This range is also famous for apple orchards and tea plantations.
    The Lesser Himalayas are the southernmost range of the Himalayas. This range is made of mud and soft rocks. It is not a continuous range like the other two ranges.

    The Purvanchal Range lies to the north-east of India.
    It covers the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Nagaland, Meghalaya, and Mizoram.
    Garo, Khasi, Jaintia, Naga, and Mizo hills lie in the Purvanchal Range.

    Terrace farming is practiced in this region. In this type of farming, the slopes of a hill are cut into steps and crops are grown on them.
    Rice, vegetables, pulses, and sugar cane are grown here.
    The Himalayas have saved us from many invasions in the past.
    They also act as a barrier to the cold winds blowing from Central Asia in winter.

    The Himalayas stop the rain-bearing clouds from leaving the country. Thus, they cause heavy rainfall in many parts of northern India.
    Many rivers originate from the Northern Mountains. These rivers bring down fertile soil to the Northern Plains.
    The Himalayan forests provide valuable wood and medicinal plants.
    These forests are home to a variety of animals such as goats, sheep, tigers, and rhinoceros.
    Many tourists visit the Himalayas for adventure sports such as river rafting and paragliding.

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  • Botticelli — Dantes hell in art | DW Documentary

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    Botticelli's paintings still fascinate people more than 500 years after his death. But the artist also had a dark side. He painted and drew hell as described by the poet Dante. The work was considered lost for centuries.

    Even during his lifetime, the works of Renaissance painter Botticelli were highly regarded - the powerful Medici family were his patrons. Today, his famous works attract hundreds of thousands of gallery visitors.

    But Botticelli, known for paintings like The Birth of Venus and Primavera, also had a dark side. He painted and drew Hell as the poet Dante had described it, and it took him more than a decade to do so. One of his works inspired American writer Dan Brown to pen a bestseller. The painting in question is the Mappa dell' Inferno, the Abyss of Hell. The work was lost for centuries, the original sketch locked away in the Vatican.

    For the documentary Botticelli Inferno, the vaults of the Vatican were opened, allowing the filmmakers to tell the story of this masterpiece. The way to paradise leads through the nine circles of hell (Inferno in Italian,) as well as purgatory. Only those who experience the torture of hell will get into paradise - possibly! Botticelli brought to life Dante’s descriptions of the nine circles of hell in a total of 102 detailed drawings. The central, lavishly colored work is the Abyss of Hell” - a kind of map through the Inferno, showing the various circles. It’s a fascinating work whose depicted cruelty makes viewers shudder, but which also arouses our curiosity about the secrets it conceals. What more does this mysterious picture still have to reveal to us? Botticelli is considered one of the most important artists of the Renaissance. He repeatedly broke with convention and brought numerous innovations to painting. More than 500 years after his death, he still influences popular culture, inspiring artists as diverse as Lady Gaga and Dan Brown.

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  • Mystery Places: The Beatles Meditation Place & a Floating House in Canada | Free Documentary

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    Mystery Places: The Beatles Meditation Place & a Floating House in Canada | Lost Places Documentary

    Mystery Places: World’s Safest Airport, Devil’s Pool in Zambia & a Tesla Tower:

    In this episode of Mystery Places, we visit an Indian retreat where The Beatles meditated, we explore the place where the Chinese people recreated huge European and American cities and attractions, and check out the Freedom Cove float house in Canada. We also travel to Green Back within National Radio Quiet Zone in West Virginia, visit the one-tree park in Brazil, and check out a glass factory in Israel.
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  • Switzerland in 4K

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    Switzerland in 4K

    Filmed in August 2019

    Featuring: Wengen, Lauterbrunnen Valley, Lucerne, Iseltwald, Schilthorn Piz Gloria,
    Mürren, Bachalpsee Lake, Oescheninsee, Zermatt, Matterhorn, Bern, First Cliff Walk, Grindelwald, Zurich

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  • The world’s most polluted river | DW Documentary

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    The Citarum River in Indonesia is the world’s most polluted river. One of the main polluters is the fashion industry: 500 textile factories throw their wastewater directly into the river.

    The filmmakers teamed up with international scientists to investigate the causes and consequences of this pollution. With the help of concerned citizens, the ‘Green Warriors’ team analyzed water samples, rice, children’s hair, etc. and discovered that toxic chemicals are endangering the lives of the 14 million Indonesians who use the Citarum water. What was once considered paradise is now a brown sludge of human waste and dangerous substances like nonylphenol, antimony and tributylphosphate. These findings prompted the Indonesian government to change its wastewater regulations. Recently, President Joko Widodo announced a new plan to clean up the Citarum. The fashion brands questioned in this documentary promised to better monitor their Indonesian suppliers.

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  • Himalaya, Land of Women | Official Trailer | SLICE

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    Himalayas Kvinnor (2008)
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  • Women of Himalaya

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    The life of women living in the upper himalaya is very tough. Many parts of himalaya are not yet connected by road. The basic need of the people are not met. The health and education facilities are very limited and poor where women have to spend over 18 hours working in the field and home throughout the year. The situation of these women is complex and cannot be explained with a single paradigm. This video presents a glimpse of women living in northern Dhading.

  • Sharon Mann | Himalaya, Land of Women

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    Director Marianne Chaud spent several years visiting this isolated community before bringing her camera. In this her debut film, we are witness to their complicity against a backdrop of hard work & vast barren landscapes. The narration in the 1st person is delicate and poetic. What a job!

    I’m Sharon Mann, an American actress based in Paris. I specialize in English language voiceovers for commercials, documentary and corporate films. I also dub feature films & cartoons.
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  • Exploring The ‘Kingdom Of Women’ In China | TODAY

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    In remote China, an ethnic minority has built a matrilineal society dubbed the “Kingdom of Women,” but the modern world’s growing reach is threatening their unique way of life. NBC’s Kate Snow reports.
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  • Himalaya | Le chemin du ciel

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    Himalaya, le chemin du ciel

    Bienvenue sur une autre planète. Un paysage minéral et désolé, d'une beauté à couper le souffle. Une vallée perdue à 4000 mètres d'altitude, la plus élevée qui soit habitée dans l'Himalaya. Bienvenue au monastère de Phuktal, dans la région du Zanskar. Les moines vivent là une existence moyenâgeuse, accrochés au flanc d'une falaise quasi inaccessible.
    La réalisatrice Marianne Chaud y est montée pour filmer la vie de cette communauté bouddhiste, et particulièrement les enfants. Dans les pas de Kenrap, huit ans dont trois au monastère, véritable héros du film, elle suit les cours de philosophie, les corvées de bois et d'eau, les jeux et les prières, l'incroyable périple hivernal pour procéder aux rituels d'abondance dans les villages de la région. Le dépaysement est total mais, autant que la rudesse des conditions de vie, l'étrangeté des moeurs ou la splendeur des paysages, c'est la qualité du regard qui distingue ce film.

  • documentary Himalayan women lifestyle Uttarakhand India | पहाड़ों की महिलाएं कैसे काम करती

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    लाइव कल्चर ऑफ इंडिया की पहाड़ों में महिलाएं कैसे काम करती है कि इस भाग में हम आपको दिखाएंगे उत्तराखंड के पहाड़ी क्षेत्र के गांव में महिलाएं किस प्रकार से जंगल जाती हैं और किस तरह से वहां पर काम करती हैं| .
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    in this video documentary Himalayan women lifestyle Uttarakhand India how women work in the mountains of Live Culture of India that in this section we will show you how women go to the forest in the hill area of Uttarakhand and how they work there.
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  • Documentary Films about Nepal | Himalayan Archives | 2020

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  • Village life of Himalaya | Ep-1 Morning of Winters | Winter in Himalay | Himalayan Documentary |

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    #VillageLifeofHimalaya #UttarakhandDocumentary #HimalayanDocumentary #MorningofWinters #उत्तराखंड_का_ग्रामीण_जीवन #सर्दी_की_सुबह
    Welocme to a small village situated in the lap of Himalayan State Uttarakhand's Pauri Garhwal district.
    This is the small documentary based on Uttarakhand.
    In this first episode of the series i have tried to capture glimpse of village life of morning of winters seasons.
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  • The Highest Roads In The World : Himalayan Mountains Documentary

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    The Highest Roads In The World : Himalayan Mountains Documentary

    The Himalayas, or Himalaya, are a mountain range in Asia separating the plains of the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan Plateau.

    The Himalayan range has the Earth's highest peaks, including the highest, Mount Everest. The Himalayas include over a hundred mountains exceeding 7,200 metres (23,600 ft) in elevation. By contrast, the highest peak outside Asia – Aconcagua, in the Andes – is 6,961 metres (22,838 ft) tall.

    The Himalayas are spread across five countries: Bhutan, India, Nepal, China, and Pakistan, with the first three countries having sovereignty over most of the range. The Himalayan range is bordered on the northwest by the Karakoram and Hindu Kush ranges, on the north by the Tibetan Plateau, and on the south by the Indo-Gangetic Plain. Some of the world's major rivers, the Indus, the Ganges, and the Tsangpo-Brahmaputra, rise in the Himalayas, and their combined drainage basin is home to some 600 million people. The Himalayas have profoundly shaped the cultures of South Asia; many Himalayan peaks are sacred in Hinduism and Buddhism.

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  • High in the Himalayas, brothers share one wife

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    In ancient times, the sons of almost every family in the remote, mysterious Upper Dolpa region of Nepal would jointly marry one woman but the practice of polyandry is dying out as the region begins to open up to modern life.Duration: 00:50

  • HIMALAYA CALLS || FULL DOCUMENTARY || BRAVE CHILD

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    Script/Cinematography/Direction : Nipesh DHAKA
    Features by Nispal Adhikari
    Voice Over : Devya Dev
    Editor : Nishan Ghimire
    Background Music : Udesh Shrestha
    A four and half year old child Nispal Adhikari interestingly did Annapurna circuit trek which includes highest pass of the world, Thorang-la pass (5416 m) and adjacent Tilicho Lake (4985 m), along with his parents in October, 2015.
    Nepal is one of most attractive tourist destinations in the world. People from all around the world, have a dream to visit Nepal and trek in this mountainous heaven on earth. After the devastating earthquake in 2015, people are concern about the current situation of the country. Therefore, the journey of this child proves that Nepal is safe for all the travels and adventure seekers. Moreover, these days the mountains are polluted due to recklessly thrown garbage on the trekking trails which has been deteriorated and depleted of Himalayan biodiversity. The documentary specifies the conservation and promotion of mountainous region which is the topmost environmental concern of the world. Moreover, the documentary goal in the basic amenities for tourists, the concerned authorities must try to promote environment and cultural friendly ecotourism.
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  • The himalayan culture of Nepal-documentary

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    The 47grams gold documentary is based on the cruel culture of northern Himalaya,Nepal.

  • A Legend from the Himalaya | The Utopian King of the Himalayas | Documentary Film

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    The Magars form the largest ethnic minority in Nepal. They are scattered throughout the whole country, but they are more concentrated in the region of Mid-Western Nepal (the area of today's Rukum and Rolpa districts). The film tells the story of the Rebel King Lakhan Thapa Magar, celebrated as Nepal's first martyr. This legend of the 19th century tribal warrior reveals the nature of the early tribal rebellions against The Hindu kings. It presents a glimpse into the long process of state formation and the cultural history of the Himalaya.


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  • This Endangered Monkey is One of the World’s Most Colorful Primates | Short Film Showcase

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    Native to Southeast Asia, the endangered red-shanked douc langur is known for its striking appearance. The 'Queen of the Primates has bright maroon fur from its knees to its ankles.
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    Similar to the grey-shanked douc, it has a golden face, white chin and dark grey to black hands and feet. Due to hunting, disease, habitat loss, and unregulated mass tourism, the red-shanked douc could face extinction in the near future. Watch the colorful primate in its natural habitat in this film by Ryan Deboodt (

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  • 150 feared dead in India after glacier avalanche hits dam | DW News

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    In northern India as many as 150 people are feared dead after part of a glacier broke off and crashed into a dam in in the Tapovan area of the northern state of Uttarakhand, unleashing flood waters and debris.
    A search is on for survivors. This region in the Himalayas is prone to flash floods and landslides. Rescue operations were underway as crews looked for survivors and tried to secure the area.
    Amateur video shows the small dam being swept away by the water and debris released by the avalanche. It then cut further through the area, hitting the Rishiganga hydroelectric power plant in the valley below.
    It's feared that people working at the power plant were perhaps swept away, as well as some villagers.
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