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Ladakh is a region administered by India as a union territory  and constitutes an eastern portion of the larger ashmir  region that has been the subject of a dispute  between India and paskistan  since 1947 and India and china since 1959.Ladakh is bordered by the tibet autonomous region  to the east, the Indian state of Himachal Praaesh  to the south, both the Indian-administered union territory of Jammu and kashmir and the Pakistan-administered Gilgit-Baltistan  to the west, and the southwest corner of Xinjiang  across the karakoram pass  in the far north. It extends from the Siachen Glacier  in the karakoram  range to the north to the main Great Himalayas  to the south. The eastern end, consisting of the uninhabited Aksai chin plains, is claimed by the Indian Government as part of Ladakh, but has been under Chinese control.


Ladakh isthe highest plateau in India with most of it being over 3,000 m (9,800 ft) It extends from the Himalayan to the ulunranges and includes the upper indus river valley.


Ladakh food has much in common with tibetan food, the most prominent foods being thukpa (noodle soup) and tsampa, Ladakh as ngampe (roasted barley flour) Edible without cooking, tsampa maes seful trekking food.


There are about 1,800 km (1,100 mi) of roads in Ladakh of which 800 km (500 mi) are surfaced. The majority of roads in Ladakh are looked after by the Border Roads organisation. There are two main roads that connect ladakh with the rest of the country, NH1 connecting srinagar to kargil and leh, and NH3 connecting manali to leh. A third road to Ladakh is the Nimmu-Padam-Darcha road, which is under condtruction.




Arrive in Leh, the capital of Ladakh, and take it easy to acclimatize to the high alititude. spend the day exploring Leh town, visiting Leh palace, browsing local markets.

Head towards Phyiang monastery, which is about 15 kilometer west of Leh. Explore the monastery complex, known for its ancient wall paintings and artifacts. Enjoy the Scenic views of the surrounding landscape.

Visit Shanti stupa, a buddhist white-domed stupa on a hilltop in chanspa. Take in panoramic views of Leh town and the surrounding mountains. Spend the rest of the day exploring any remaining attractions in Leh, such as the hall of frame, magnetic hill, or Shey palace

Drive to stok village, located about 15 kilometer south of Leh. Visit stok palace, the residence of the royal family of Ladakh, which now houses a museum showcasing royal artifacts and cultural exhibits. Explore the quaint village and interacts with locals to learn about their way of life

Head towads thiksey monastery, one of the largest and most visually impressive monasteries in Ladakh, located about 19 kilometer southeast of Leh. Explore the monastery complex, including its various temples, assembly halls. Witness the morning or evening prayers, which are particularly atmospheric experiences.



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