from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A region of Jammu and Kashmir in India and Pakistan on the border of China. The site of a Tibetan kingdom during the 17th century, it was annexed by the maharajah of Jammu in 1834.
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- proper n. A predominately Buddhist area of Jammu and Kashmir, India
- proper n. A region in the north-eastern part of the disputed territories of Indian-controlled Jammu and Kashmir and the Northern Areas of Baltistan.
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