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Leh & Ladakh


Till 17th century, Ladakh was ruled by King Sengge Namgyal and was prone to frequent attacks by the Kashmiri Muslim. When Leh was accorded the status of regional capital, it soon flourished into a prosperous town with a market on the famous Silk Route. It is said that in 1920s and 1930s, the vibrant bazaar, still present used to receive camel -trains and a dozen pony every day. When the Chinese border got closed all of a sudden, the fate of Leh changed as the Sunni Muslim merchants who were responsible for bringing fortunes for Leh went through financial stability. Ladakh, a part of Jammu & Kashmir State in north of India consisting of two districts Leh and Kargil. At a distance of 434 kms from Srinagar and 474 kms from Manali, Leh is situated on the banks of the river Indus, at a height of 11,000 feet. The land of majestic mountains, Leh is a complete beauty in itself.

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