Crossborder > Whose Himalaya is it?

A view of Kanchenjunga from Darjeeling. The corpus of knowledge on the Himalaya, especially from indigenous scholars, has been growing, yet Western narratives continue to reflect a limited worldview. Photo: agefotostock / IMAGO

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