I agree with Dr Rawat that it must be a *Corydalis* but given the 
difficulties identifying the genus from photos esp. those not showing 
close-up detail of the floral parts,
one would at best be highly speculative....I had similarities to several 
species.   Specialists in the genus would say they need a quality pressed 
specimen to be sure.

On Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 4:19:12 PM UTC+1, raj wrote:

> Dear Members,
> Wild flowers for ID. Photo taken after crossing Lipulekh pass - Indian 
> side. Height around 14000 feet. Rocky terrain. Aug 27, 2016.
> -- 
> With Regards,
> Narendra Joshi

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