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How Ladakh and Kerala are different?

Ladakh is surrounded by the Himalayas and has a cold climate. Whereas Kerala lies close to the Indian ocean and the Arab sea hence has a hot and humid climate. Ladakh is a cold desert and is one of the union territories of India. It has snow-covered mountains and deep valleys.

What is the main food of Ladakh?

Mutton and chicken are the commonly consumed types of meat in Ladakh in Ladakh cuisine. The staple food of Ladakhi people are Sku and Thukpa (made of wheat flour), Pava (made of sattu) and khambir (local bread).

What is the difference between Ladakh Food and West Bengal food?

2) The main crop is barley, which is roasted and ground into a powder called tsampa. This was a staple food of Ladakh. Other crops are wheat, vegetables, mustard, apples, and apricots. West Bengal ranks first in paddy and vegetable production in the country.

What is the difference between Ladakh and Kerala on terms of topography location rainfall vegetation occupation staple food and religion explain any three?

Explanation: Ladakh is located in the north of the country while Kerala is located in the south. Ladakh is surrounded by the Himalayas and has a cold climate. The major occupation in Kerala is agriculture and fishing whereas in Ladakh the main occupation is cattle rearing, tourism and collection of wool from sheep.

Which are the religion practiced in Ladakh?

The predominant religion in Ladakh is the Tibetan form of Buddhism, although Islamic influences are found from the Kashmir Valley as far as Kargil, and there are some Christian families in Leh.

What is the main religion in Tibet?

The main religion in Tibet has been Buddhism since its outspread in the 8th century AD.

Which God is Worshipped in Tibet?

Mahākāla also appears as a protector deity known as a dharmapala in Vajrayana Buddhism, particularly most Tibetan traditions as Citipati, and in Shingon Buddhism….

Mahakala
God of Time, Maya, Creation, Destruction and Power
Mahākāla and companions
Affiliation Form of Shiva (Hinduism) Dharmapala (Buddhism)

What is the Indian elephant god called?

Ganesha

Who are the Indian gods?

Here are just some of the many Hindu gods and goddesses:

  • Brahma, the Creator.
  • Vishnu, the Preserver.
  • Shiva, the Destroyer.
  • Ganapati, the Remover of Obstacles.
  • Avatars of Vishnu.
  • Saraswati, the Goddess of Learning.
  • Lakshmi.
  • Durga Devi.