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Ladakh has become ‘pure Aryan sperm’ factory

Ladakh's village, where European women come to India, chooses the man of their choice and stays with him until they get pregnant after conception.

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India is known for Bollywood tourism, nature tourism, business tourism, entertainment tourism, and health tourism, and now it is also known for sex and pregnancy tourism. Brown men are famous for the quality of their sperm. In the high mountains of Ladakh Close to the bank of the Indus River, near the Line of Control in Kashmir, there are some small Himalayan villages. These villages are populated with a tribe called Brokpa, who are believed to be the only pure Aryan race. And women from different countries come to these villages just to get permeated by pure Aryans and go back to their country with the sperm of the pure Aryan race.

The Aryan men are regarded as the most handsome men. They are tall, have blue eyes, blonde hair, superior intelligence, and live with high values. Dah, Hano, Darchik, and Garkon are the four famous villages for pregnancy tourism. The Brokpa also have blue eyes and lighter skin, and they stand taller than residents of adjacent areas. They are believed to be the pure bloodline of the Aryans and there is a myth that they have genetic linkage to the members of Alexander’s army who stayed back. Unlike the majority of the Ladakhis with Tibeto-Mongol looks, the Brokpas have Indo-Aryan features.

During the invasion of India by Alexander the Great in the seventh century, many of Alexander’s men are believed to have remained in the Indus Valley after he left. Unfortunately, there is no legitimacy to their claim of being a pure Aryan race. Neither DNA or genetic testing nor any scientific measures were taken to authenticate their claims. They claim to be pure Aryans just on the basis of their physical appearance and some inherited stories, folklore, and myths about their being pure Aryans.

The 1800-strong Brokpa community has preserved their way of life and genetic uniqueness using strong social authorizations and rulebooks. They take pride in their ancestors and genetic exclusivity. There are online agents who arrange this tour for women who want to get pregnant. The interested woman is provided with the pictures and credentials of eligible men. There are price differences depending on the looks and appearance of the man, and most of the women also take hospital help for sperm donation. When foreign women arrive in a particular city, they indulge with local men in hotel rooms and get pregnant. Earlier, there was no such craze for these men but with the advancement of the internet, Brokpa community men came into the limelight. There was a documentary of German women coming to the villages of Ladakh that grabbed all attention. German women went to the Brokpa villages for ‘pure Aryan seeds’; she paid the men to receive sperm.

In 2007, filmmaker Sanjeev Sivan’s 30-minute documentary “Achtung Baby: In Search of Purity” was another attention-seeking sensation. A German woman confesses on camera in the documentary that she has come to Ladakh in search of ‘pure Aryan sperm. Then foreigners were not allowed to enter the village easily. In the documentary, that woman tells her story of traveling so far to give birth to an Aryan child. A babymoon is an excellent time for expecting parents to reconnect and relax before a new baby arrives. So, whether you’re able to get away for a few days or longer, check your budget to see what kind of pre-baby vacation happens before your due date.

Ladakh’s village, where European women come to India, chooses the man of their choice and stays with him until they get pregnant after conception. Local women take it as business because their men are paid heavily for making that foreign woman pregnant. In a way, this has become their source of income. Foreign women believe in these men for pure sex and receiving sperm until they conceive. Once the lady becomes pregnant, she returns to her country. These days, many single mothers from India are also visiting Ladak in search of pure seeds. In India, surrogacy is on the rise; on the other hand, sperm donation is also a big market but Ladak has its own uniqueness for pregnancy tourism.

Initially, the Brokpas men used to impregnate the ladies coming from foreign countries. Later, they started charging a hefty amount from them for their services, which kicked off a small-scale tourism industry. Women started coming to Leh to get impregnated by the Brokpas men. The population of the Brokpas tribe is just 4000 around the world, while the Leh region alone has a population of 1900. One pregnancy costs lakhs of rupees for women; the men charge somewhere around 4 lakhs to 6 lakhs, depending on the duration of the conceive. The tourism agents exploit these men by taking handsome commissions. This business is flourishing in Ladakh and now there is advance booking for it.

Ladakh was established as a union territory of India on October 31, 2019, following the passage of the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Act. Prior to that, it was part of Jammu and Kashmir. Ladakh is both the largest and the second-least populous union territory in India. On February 8, 2019, Ladakh became a separate Revenue and Administrative Division within Jammu and Kashmir, having previously been part of the Kashmir Division. As a division, Ladakh was granted its own Divisional Commissioner and Inspector General of Police.

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Vaidehi Taman
Vaidehi Taman
Vaidehi Taman an Accredited Journalist from Maharashtra is bestowed with three Honourary Doctorate in Journalism. Vaidehi has been an active journalist for the past 21 years, and is also the founding editor of an English daily tabloid – Afternoon Voice, a Marathi web portal – Mumbai Manoos, and The Democracy digital video news portal is her brain child. Vaidehi has three books in her name, "Sikhism vs Sickism", "Life Beyond Complications" and "Vedanti". She is an EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker, OSCP offensive securities, Certified Security Analyst and Licensed Penetration Tester that caters to her freelance jobs.
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