6 Night 7 Days
Ladakh is the new favorite destination for most travelers. It doesn’t matter if you are an adventure lover or someone who travels rarely but Ladakh has something for everyone. It never breaks anyone’s expectations. Ladakh has scope for trekking, sight seeing, hiking and many more activities. For the same but we have brought the best of Ladakh in this 6 Nights 7 Days Srinagar to Ladakh to Srinagar trip.
The major attractions in this trip are Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa, Leh Market, Museum. They are constructed by India Army, Hemis monasteries, Thiksey, Sindhu Ghat, Pangong Lake, Gurudwara Pather Sahib, Magnetic Hill and last but not the least Khardungla Top (The Highest Motorable Pass in the World), Changthang Valley.
Although there are a couple of indications that the Chinese knew of a trade route through Ladakh to India. Since as early because the Kushan period and positively by Tang. Therefore little is really known of the history of the region. Then before the formation of the dominion towards the top of the 10th century by the Tibetan prince. Skyid lde nyima gon, a grandson of the anti-Buddhist Tibetan king. His army originally numbered only 300 men but still conquered western Tibetan.
Nyima gone found several towns and castles. He apparently ordered the development of the most sculptures. He says he had them made for the religious advantage of the Tsanpo (the dynastical name of his father and ancestors), and of all the people of Ngaris (Western Tibet) in an inscripton. This shows that already during this generation Langdarma’s opposition to Buddhism had disappeared. Shey, just 15 km east of recent Leh, was the traditional seat of the Ladakhi kings.