In numerous ways, Leh and Ladakh are different from rest of India, both culturally and geographically. The scenery that resembles paradise, the river that floats down the mountain creating the quintessential romantic paintings: Leh indeed a paradise on earth. The Leh and Ladakh Travel Package contains the breathtaking destinations that will amaze you. There are various monasteries that you will witness over there. Take a look at some of the notable ones:
Being the largest and wealthiest monastery in Ladakh, Hemis showcases some of the astonishing religious artwork. Between June and July, a grand festival is organized to worship Lord Padmasambhava. This festival is known for a masked dance performance.
Situated at the height of 11,800 feet high, Thiksey Monastery is among the most beautiful monastery across the globe. With the 12 storey structure, this place is home to more than 500 monks. Moreover, it also stores precious and rare Buddhist books, scripts, journals, statues, swords and stupas; though the main attraction of this place is the giant Buddha statue which is the highest in Ladakh.
The best part of this monastery is that it is situated in the girth of breathtaking nature. Changzem Tsera Zangpo founded this monastery in the 14th century, since then, it signifies the spirituality without any geographical and political boundaries.
When you are done with the monastery, there are still numerous breathtaking attractions are on the line. Lakes in Ladakh situated around the most picturesque sceneries. Take a look some of the most beautiful lakes not just in Ladakh but also in the nation:
Pangong Tso Lake
The infamous the lake is situated at the height of 4,350 meters and it water never freeze even in winter. The lake shares two political boundaries, India and China. But we all forget this political crisis when we see this lake wrapped with the blue sky and circled with the golden land.
Tso Moriri means the Mountain Lake. Obviously, it is situated at the altitude of 4,522 meters and gigantic in its dimension. The snow that melts from the mountain, are collected by the lake which makes it one of the finest freshwater lakes in the country.
Ladakh is among those places where every inch has its own exquisiteness; there are still many things to explore besides these lakes and monastery. Here some infamous ones:
This splendid Tibetan structures which are a quintessential example of magnificent architecture. It is a most recommended attraction by the trip planner because it never fails to entertain the visitors with its breathtaking splendour.
The perfect example of Medieval Tibetan Architecture, the construction of this royal palace was initiated by Tsewang Namgyal, but it was the Sengge Namgyal who completed the construction.