In the wake of living in Nepal and investigating Tibet and the Himalayas for over 10 years, shutterbug Hamid Sardar-Afkhami chose he would go to external Mongolia to report the traveling tribes
and their interesting lifestyle. A researcher of Tibetan and Mongol dialects who got his Ph.D. from Harvard University in Sanskrit and Tibetan Studies, Sardar was only the correct individual to
catch the Dukha individuals, Mongolia’s last traveling reindeer herders. The Dukha are an antiquated gathering of individuals of Turk drop who are reliant on reindeer for their lifestyle.
Notwithstanding drain and cheddar, the reindeer give transportation to chasing. They’re ridden to chase wild elk and hog.