Ladakh has an
endorheic Pangong lake which is at a height of 4350 meters, being the highest
saltwater lake on the planet. The water in the lake appears to be dyed in blue with
a contrast of barren mountains surrounding it. The most astonishing thing about
this lake is that it changes its color, that is from blue to green to red.
Khardung la is a
gateway to Nubra and Shyok Valley. The pass’s beauty is magnificent, making it
a perfect location for an adventurous experience. Furthermore, it is nearly hard,
not to be dazzled by the magnificence of the colossal mountains and freezing
whirlwinds winds. This place is to just explore the nature’s genuine grandeur.
the largest gompa in central Ladakh, is a twelve-storied building, situated on
the top of the hill in Thiksey. Thiksey Monastery comprises of four main structures: The assembly hall, the guardian god
hallowed place shrine, Tara temple and Maitreyan Temple. Each of these
structures are built with an intricate meaningful purpose which makes the place
even more beautiful. The most
astonishing thing about the guardian hollow shrines is, that they are generally
hidden behind veils; the veils are only uncovered during the Gustor festival
and when there is turmoil in the hamlet.
Valley, also referred as Dumbra, is a high-altitude cold dessert situated in
Hunder Village. The vast vistas, massive mountain faces, attractive pathways, a
rainbow of hues, and melodious Shyok river flowing through the valley would
amaze everyone. It has an altitude of almost 10,000 feet. Nubra Valley makes us witness
the full splendor of Ladakh's flaming hues, with clouds floating like candy in
the blue sky.
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