In winter, when the high mountains were covered with snow, they lived with their herds in the low hills of the Siwalik range. The dry scrub forests here provided pasture for their herds.
By the end of April, they began their Northern march for their summer grazing grounds. Several households came together for this journey, forming what is known as a kafila. They crossed the Pir Panjal passes and entered the valley of Kashmir.
Read the above passage and answer the following questions
(a) Give two reasons for the seasonal movement of Gujjar Bakarwals of Jammu and Kashmir.
(b) What value do you imbibe from the above passage?