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I hope you find the above information useful whenever you will be traveling to Leh – Ladakh in coming future.Please do share your views and any places or details I have missed out if you have been there in case I have missed any. Get in touch with our our handpicked & trusted Destination Specialists from the Himalayas who offer SPECIAL DISCOUNTED RATES to all the readers/followers of the Devil On Wheels website.Datun Sahib is a Meswak tree that is located close to Leh Palace or just behind the Jama Masjid in the Leh Main Baazar and holds quite religious significance for the whole Leh – Ladakh region.It is said to be the first ever tree planted by Guru Nanak ji, who blessed the town by planting it.It houses Leh Palace, Tsemo Castle and Namgyal Gompa on the same hills which houses this complex.The museum houses collection of ornaments, jewellery, thangkas and paintings about 450 year old but still look as new as it can 🙂 Built on a hilltop in Changspa region of Leh at an altitude of about 14K feet (4267 Mtrs), Shanti Stupa was built in 1991 and is considered to be the most favorite tourist destination in/around Leh.You can read more about me in detail at the link here ...
Europeans even termed him little Napolean of India.
If you want to spend a lazing afternoon, go and be there at Sindhu ghaat and just relax 🙂 About 8 KMs from Leh, at an altitude of 3300 Mtrs was built way back in 11th century.
The monastery houses about 100 monks and a giant statue of Kali which is unveiled at annual Gustor Festival held from the 27th to 29th day in the eleventh month of the Tibetan calendar. About 16 KMs west of Leh towards Srinagar was built back in 15th century.
On the 2nd and 3rd day of the 6th month of the Tibetan calendar Phyang serves as a venue for sacred dances. West of Leh towards Srinagar on Srinagar – Leh Highway, Sham Valley tour includes a day trip to Sham Valley that consists of (in order from Leh) Gurdwara Pather Sahib, Magnetic Hills, Zanskar and Indus River Confluence at Nimmu, Ruins of Basgo Palace and Basgo Plains, Alchi Monastery and Likir Monastery I will say it is a must do trip for anyone visiting Leh – Ladakh.
I will write a detailed article for the same describing all these places and link it here, pretty soon.