Thermopsis inflata Cambess., V.Jacquemont, Voy. Inde 4: 35 (1841) ;
Pakistan to Himalaya and W. China: East Himalaya, Nepal, Pakistan, Tibet, West Himalaya, Xinjiang as per POWO;

Camb. in Jacquem. Voy. Bot. iv. 34, t. 39 ; finely downy, leaflets obovate-cuneate, corolla yellow, pod broad-oblong. Benth, in Hook. Lond. Journ, ii. 431.
Himalayas of Tibet and Kunawar, alpine region, alt. 15-17,000 ft. General habit of the last, but not more than half a foot high.
Rootstock woody, widely creeping. Leaves sessile ; leaflets fleshy, glaucous, 1/2-3/4 in. Stipules like the leaflets in shape and texture. Racemes close, 6-10-flowered. Flowers short-stalked, in twos or threes. Calyx finely silky, the three lower teeth as long as the tube. Pod short-stalked, 6-10-seeded, oblong, an inch or more thick, more membranous and flexible than in T. barbata, and dehiscing less readily.
(Attributions: IBIS Flora (Flora of British India))

For I’d 110722 JM2: 7 images.
On 18.6.22 while coming down from Chang La (17600 ft) towards Leh, Ladakh.
Seen alongside road on the rocky side.

Very happy to see innumerable postings (of various species) by …

Could be thermopsis? T inflata?

I guess you are right … !

You are right.
Attached high res. cropped images.


POWO  Catalogue of Life  GBIF (High resolution specimens) Flora of China  FOC illustration  Flora of Pakistan  India Biodiversity Portal  IBIS Flora (Flora of British India)
Tibetan Medicinal Plants edited by Christa Kletter, Monika Kriechbaum