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Leh At A Glance
Leh Is The Land Of Lamas, The Buddhist Monks And Is Mainly Populated By Buddhists And Hindus. Embodiment Of Natural Beauty Leh, Picturesquely Nestled By Karakoram And Himalayan Ranges, Is The Headquarters Of Leh District In Jammu And Kashmir. As You Approach Leh For The First Time, Via The Sloping Sweep Of Dust And Pebbles That Divide It From The Floor Of The Indus Valley, You’ll Have Little Difficulty Imagining How The Old Trans-himalayan Traders Must Have Felt As They Plodded In On The Caravan Routes From Yarkhand And Tibet: A Mixture Of Relief At Having Crossed The Mountains In One Piece, And Anticipation Of A Relaxing Spell In One Of Central’s Asia Most Scenic And Atmospheric Towns. Spilling Out Of A Side Valley That Tapers North Towards Eroded Snow-capped Peaks, The Ladakhi Capital Sprawls From The Foot Of A Ruined Tibetan-style Palace – A Maze Of Mud Brick And Concrete Flanked On By Cream Coloured Desert And On The Other By A Swathe Of Lush Irrigated Farmland. Perfectly Located On The Banks Of The Renowned Indus River With All Its Majesty And Amazing Sceneries, Leh Valley Attracts Tourists From All Over The World To Its Lap All Through The Year. The Major Part Of The Leh City Is Covered By Ancient Buddhist Monuments, Mosques Dating Back To 16th And 17th Centuries And A Nine Storied Palace Sengge Namgyal Constructed In Tibetan Architectural Style.






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