Tuesday, May 9, 2017
'Ladakh', situated on the banks of the Indus River, is a famous tourist destination of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is also known as Last Sangrila, Little Tibet, Moon Land or Broken Moon etc. Apart from the main city 'Leh', there are some major tourist sites like Alchi, Nubra Valley, Hemis Lymourou, Zanskar Valley, Kargil, Ahmed Pangang Tso, and Tso Car and Tso Moriri etc. near this area.
Beautiful lakes and monasteries, fascinating scenes and mountain peaks are attractive features. Common languages spoken in the state include Ladkakhi, Purig, Tibetan, Hindi and English. Ladakh, the world's two major mountain ranges, is located between the Karakoram and the Himalayas, at an altitude of 3500 meters above sea level.
It is believed that Ladakh was a dipped part of a large lake, due to the geographical changes, the valley of Ladakh became. It is a major state of Jammu and Kashmir. During the 10th century, Ladakh was under the rule of the successors of Tibetan kings. Ladakh and Baltistan in the 18th Century were included in the area of Jammu and Kashmir. After the partition of India in 1947, Baltistan, became part of Pakistan.
Here Gompa places a prominent place in the list of attractions of Ladakh. Some monasteries such as Hemis Mutt, Shankar Gompa, Matho Math, Sham Gompa, Spituk Math, and Sukna Mutt are among the most notable monasteries in this region. In addition, Hicks Monts and Samo monasteries are also worth a look.
Festivals of Ladakh:-
The festival of Galdan Namhot, Buddha Purnima, Dosamoch and Losur celebrates with great fervor throughout Ladakh, and during this time there is a crowd of tourists. The festival called Dosmoche takes two days in which Buddhist monks dance, pray and worship the evil spirits away from the area. One of the most important festivals of Tibetan Buddhism is the 'Saka Dawa', which celebrates Gautam Buddha's birthday, Buddha and the end of his mortal body. It is celebrated in the fourth month of the Tibetan calendar, usually in May or June, which lasts for a whole month. Tourists can take taxi or bike rentals to tour this area. People like to visit this place from their own vehicle, which is more convenient.
Due to the rough, rugged terrain of this area, tourists are advised to walk with the spare parts of the vehicle, it can be helpful in any emergency situation. Various restaurants and hotels in the entire area offer service to the bot or soup noodles and momos or dumplings.
Tourists can plan for a trip to Ladakh at any time from May to September. At this time the weather here is pleasant and the temperature does not exceed 33 ° C.
The tourists who are planning to go to Ladakh can reach their destinations by air, rail and road.
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