Lost in inviting, alluring and charming Ladakh

Updated: Jun 14, 2014 14:06 IST

Like a utopia for those wanting to be close to nature, Ladakh is unique and special for its ­scenic beauty dotted with bonnie, white mountains, wherever you run your eye. From visiting the most ancient and famous ­monasteries of the region — Thiksey, Hemis and Spituk to crossing the Changla pass, where snow seems frozen ­forever, Ladakh is a ­picturesque sight all along. Seeing Magnetic Hill, Ladakh Hall of Fame, the simple and pleasing Druk Padma School, Khardung La pass (one of the highest motorable passes in the world) and Sangam (a ­confluence of Zanskar and Indus rivers), will make your trip a replete, marvellous ­sightseeing experience. Here's more. (Text: Mahim Gupta | Pics: HT Photos)
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Like a utopia for those wanting to be close to nature, Ladakh is unique and special for its ­scenic beauty dotted with bonnie, white mountains, wherever you run your eye. From visiting the most ancient and famous ­monasteries of the region — Thiksey, Hemis and Spituk to crossing the Changla pass, where snow seems frozen ­forever, Ladakh is a ­picturesque sight all along. Seeing Magnetic Hill, Ladakh Hall of Fame, the simple and pleasing Druk Padma School, Khardung La pass (one of the highest motorable passes in the world) and Sangam (a ­confluence of Zanskar and Indus rivers), will make your trip a replete, marvellous ­sightseeing experience. Here's more. (Text: Mahim Gupta | Pics: HT Photos)

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