He had served under me before, in the winter of 1902, when I travelled from Leh to Yarkand.
It is a mart for transfrontier trade with Tibet and Yarkand.
He followed M. Schlagentweit on to Yarkand, thinking to find him there, and was himself made prisoner.
I care not if to the gates of Yarkand, if I do but get my extension of leave.
As yet the caravan of merchants from Yarkand has not arrived; but they are within five or six stages of Leh.
The goods, he said, were safe in the hands of other parties in Yarkand.
Modern wooden tumbler or pin-lock from Yarkand (India Museum).
I here met a party of merchants on their way from Yarkand to Le.
He accordingly fled from Yarkand with many followers, and retired to his palace at Kashgar.
His father was a man of Yarkand, his mother a Lamaist of Leh.