Dah-Hanu narow valley is a part of Indus river valley located about one full day trip – 100 miles (160 km) from capital of Ladakh – Leh.
Specific micro-climate helps local farmers to grow many different fruits and vegetables on the narrow slopes of this valley. Dard / Brokpa people in opposition to rest of Ladakh are Indo-European origin with unique custom of wearing hats with flowers during various festivals. Sometimes they are called “Flower people”. Brokpas from Dah are Buddhist.
I visited also neighbor village Sanjak inhabited by Muslim Dard/Brokpas. Here is a link to this gallery:
Here are some pictures of Dard people from Dah-Hanu taken during Ladakh Festival