From the roof of the world, Delhi politics look mighty small

The spectacularly beautiful mountainous region of Ladakh, which borders Tibet, has some of the most rugged terrain in India and the highest polling station in the world, at over 16,000 feet above sea level.

This week, people came by horse and foot to vote at the Anlay Puh station, which has 85 registered voters.

The spectacularly beautiful mountainous region of Ladakh, which borders Tibet, has some of the most rugged terrain in India and the highest polling station in the world, at over 16,000 feet above sea level.

This week, people came by horse and foot to vote at the Anlay Puh station, which has 85 registered voters…read it at Quartz.

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