|State||Jammu and Kashmir|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
Hundar is a village in the Leh district of Jammu and Kashmir, India famous for Sand dune, Bactrian camel. It is located in the Nubra tehsil, on the bank of Shayok River. The Hunder Monastery is located here.
Hundar was once the capital of former Nubra kingdom. There are several ruined buildings, including the ruins of the King's palace, the Langchen Khar ("Elephant Palace"). There is a fort at the top of the hill, called Gula. Hundar also has two Buddhist temples: white temple (Lhakhang Karpo) and the red temple (Lhakhang Marpo). Between Hundar and Diskit lie sand dunes.
|Children aged below 6 years||137||54||83|
|Main workers (total)||267||169||98|
|Main workers: Cultivators||7||6||1|
|Main workers: Agricultural labourers||1||1||0|
|Main workers: Household industry workers||1||1||0|
|Main workers: Other||258||161||97|
|Marginal workers (total)||461||172||289|
|Marginal workers: Cultivators||410||143||267|
|Marginal workers: Agricultural labourers||23||6||17|
|Marginal workers: Household industry workers||1||0||1|
|Marginal workers: Others||27||23||4|
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- Prem Singh Jina (1997). Recent Researches on the Himalaya. Indus. pp. 32–. ISBN 978-81-7387-069-9.
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