Tense Tracks

In 1870, when according to a compilation of the East India Company, 15.37 lakh people lived in Jammu and Kashmir and were managed by 26975 soldiers, it was producing revenue of Rs 84.30 lakh to the Maharajas’ coffers. Then, Ladakh was the key dry port and Dr Henry Cayley (1834 – 1904), a physician and … Continue reading Tense Tracks