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Capital
Leh and Kargil are the joint Capitals of Ladakh. The Union territory of Ladakh is sub-divided into two districts, namely Leh district and Kargil district. Leh town is the headquarter of the Leh District, and Kargil town is the district headquarter of Kargil. Historical facts Before 1947, the summer capital of Ladakh was Leh, while...
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SNow leopard in hemis national park
The Hemis High Altitude National Park is located in Eastern Ladakh. The park is spread over 4400 sq. km and is famous for harboring the highest population of snow leopards globally. The park houses a variety of flora and fauna, including the endangered species of animals and birds. The Hemis National Park is situated in...
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Snow on Ladakh road
If you are planning a trip to Ladakh, then the first question that popped into your mind would be, how to reach Ladakh? The first-time traveler often finds it challenging to plan a trip to Ladakh, not knowing where exactly is Ladakh and how to reach Ladakh? Well, the answer is not so complicated. Ladakh...
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Zorawar fort museum
General Zorawar Singh Fort, or simply Zorawar Fort Leh as it is popularly known, is situated on the Skara Road, Leh, in Ladakh. It is a prominent attraction of Ladakh built by Zorawar Singh in 1836 during Maharaja Gulab Singh’s era. General Zorawar Singh constructed this fort as a military post for the Dogra soldiers...
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Kargil war memorial
The Kargil War memorial was built in 2000 by the Indian Army in the town of Dras, commemorating the historic success of Operation Vijay in the year 1999, when the Kargil War was fought between India and Pakistan. It was later renovated in 2014. It is located on the Srinagar-Leh National Highway, about 5 km...
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Pangong lake in Ladakh
Being one of India’s most renowned tourist places, Ladakh makes many people wonder what Ladakh is famous for? And why a lot of tourists visit Ladakh every year? Ladakh is famous for many reasons, including but not limited to: the pristine natural beauty, the cold desert Landscape, beautiful valleys, magnificent blue lakes, spectacular mountain hugging...
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Ladakh desert
Ladakh is the Indian northernmost territory with high passes and deep valleys. It is known for its large-scale deserts, vast steppes, and unique animal species including snow leopards, Bactrian camels, and yaks. The word “cold desert” came about because of its desert landscape features and it is a place where there are very little humidity...
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Hall of Fame leh - statue of buddha
The Hall of fame Leh is a museum built to commemorate gallant soldiers who sacrificed their lives to defend their motherland in the Indo-Pak wars. It was created to serve as a repository of information about the history of the Kargil war, a living memorial to veterans, and an educational resource for those wishing to learn...
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Changthang
Changtang Changthang, basically meaning Northern Plateau in Tibetan, is a high height level in western and northern Tibet reaching out into South Eastern Ladakh, with huge high countries and monster lakes. From Eastern, Ladakh Changthang extends around 1600 km east into Tibet, to the extent the territory of Qinghai. Every last bit of it is...
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From the month of May, the climate gets pleasant and Ladakh begins to receive visitors from all parts of the world. So, the best time to visit Ladakh is in summer, from mid-May to late September to get the best possible weather and the most spectacular scenery. During these months the pristine natural beauty of...
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