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‘Juley!’ The first word that one learns the moment they arrive on this land of high passes, mystery in every alley and an extravaganza of cultural history. As welcoming and joyous the word ‘Juley’ is, so is this land and its people. However difficult life is in this Trans-Himalayan desert, the laughter and the sense of intense happiness among the people never subsides. And the same happiness and the feeling of contentment flows across all the hearts who come for a visit to this magnificent distant land of extensive beauty. The terrain and the hamlets nestled in the nooks and corners of it makes Ladakh an unending journey to its core. Every path is taken to be walked, every mountain chose to be explored, paintings of every monastery and the variance in the landscape throughout gives a feeling that it’s a completely fresh journey every time. The exorbitant colours of the rugged and arid mountains make the journey so much of an ‘out of the world’ experience, that the word ‘Moonland’ gets the absolute significance in all its aspects.

 Sikkim, a state in North east India, is a mini paradise with a dramatic variety of landscapes. A juncture between the magnificent Nepal in the west and the beautiful kingdom of Bhutan in the east, the state takes excessive pride in its green alpine meadows, magical forests, breathtaking snow fields, huge glaciers and most importantly the third highest peak in the World, the glorious Mt. Kanchendzonga (8,586 meters), the abode of Gods, as they say. It is only from here, that you can venture into its core, to reach the very base of this mighty peak from the Indian side. The 1800 sq. Km Khangchendzonga National Park, varying from an altitude of 1400 meters to 8586 meters, is a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site for its outstanding universal value of both its natural and cultural heritage. Apart from KNP, there are 7 Wildlife Sanctuaries and the amazingly diverse state is home to 144 mammals, over 450 birds and 400+ butterflies and moths, most of which are either endangered or endemic species. It doesn’t really stop here. Sikkim is a paradise of flowers with over 450 varieties of orchids, more than 40 species of rhododendrons and over 4000 flowering plants. No wonder why Sikkim has been always a dream and hotspot for naturalists, wildlife enthusiasts and travelers throughout the globe.
 Sikkim, a state in North east India, is a mini paradise with a dramatic variety of landscapes. A juncture between the magnificent Nepal in the west and the beautiful kingdom of Bhutan in the east, the state takes excessive pride in its green alpine meadows, magical forests, breathtaking snow fields, huge glaciers and most importantly the third highest peak in the World, the glorious Mt. Kanchendzonga (8,586 meters), the abode of Gods, as they say. It is only from here, that you can venture into its core, to reach the very base of this mighty peak from the Indian side. The 1800 sq. Km Khangchendzonga National Park, varying from an altitude of 1400 meters to 8586 meters, is a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site for its outstanding universal value of both its natural and cultural heritage. Apart from KNP, there are 7 Wildlife Sanctuaries and the amazingly diverse state is home to 144 mammals, over 450 birds and 400+ butterflies and moths, most of which are either endangered or endemic species. It doesn’t really stop here. Sikkim is a paradise of flowers with over 450 varieties of orchids, more than 40 species of rhododendrons and over 4000 flowering plants. No wonder why Sikkim has been always a dream and hotspot for naturalists, wildlife enthusiasts and travelers throughout the globe.

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Kanchendzonga

It was 2:30 am on the morning of 6th Nov 2015 and we were walking on the Prek Chu valley surrounded by gigantic mountains of the Greater Himalayas lit up dimly by a star studded sky. Mt. Pandim (6691 m) rose high above to our right as our torch lights guided us through the darkness on the land and up the flimsy trail that could barely be separated from the rest of the valley. Up ahead, at quite a distance, a chain of headlamps of fellow trekkers snaked its way towards Goecha La.
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City. Leh Palace is a former royal palace overlooking the Ladakhi Himalayan town of Leh. Modeled on the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet.
The construction of the palace on the Tsemo Hill was initiated by Tsewang Namgyal, the founder of the Namgyal dynasty of Ladakh in 1553 and was completed by his nephew Sengge Namgyal.It is nine storied high; the upper floors accommodated the royal family, while the lower floors held stables and store rooms.
Panoramic views of city Leh floats into huge Indus valley guarded by the Zangskar mountain range to the south and the Ladakh mountain range rising behind the palace to the north.Also Namgyal Tsemo Gompa sparks like the brightest stone into Ladakh range. This was founded in 1430 by King Tashi Namgyal. It has a three-storied high gold statue of Maitreya Buddha know as future Buddha, also as the laughing Buddha.

 
 

 

 

 

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