Hall of Fame, Ladhak

Let’s travel today to Hall of Fame Ladhak. I heard about this place time to time when I was in Pune. These places have emotional bonding for an Army brat like me. Hall of Fame is a little yet sublime historical centre built and kept up by Indian Army in Ladakh. It is situated on the Spituk-Kargil street.

It displays things identified with Ladakhi social legacy. The key fascination of the historical centre is that it has shown on memorabilia, seized arms and courtesies of Pakistani Army, life stories and photos of the overcome fighters, and so on. This gallery was worked to recognize the souls of every single incredible trooper who lost their lives in noteworthy Siachin front lines amid Indo-Pak war.

I got little emotional after visiting the memorial and the name of the Army Personals lots their life in Kargil War on the stone carved. Leh and further high altitude areas are very difficult to live with oxygen supply at its lowest level. This place displays how our military personnel have done their best to protect our high altitude frontiers.

it’s the place where our heroes rest. It’s the great place to pay our tribute to all our heroes and pray for their soul to rest in peace forever. I like to request you guys when you visit to remove a good amount of time like 3 to 4 Hours for this place as you get to see a lot of arms and history. I cant describe the army’s glory but this place definitely does. Not only you find a sneak peak of Kargil war, 1971 you also find the wars and battles Ladhakhi people fought for this reason. It gives us a sense of what our soldiers do for our country. Also, its a memorial has been built for our martyrs. This place showcase Ladhaki culture, there struggle, Army achievements and so on.

There is a good stock of Kashmiri art and woollen cloths/shall/sweaters etc at a reasonable price. You can get Comics related to our Heroes who achieved India most respected Pram Veer Chakra and Ashok Chakra etc. do collect and share these stories with the coming generations. Do visit this place once you in Leh City. Cheers!!!

Rohtang Pass





At a rise of 13,054 ft, Rohtang Pass fills in as the entryway to Lahaul and Spiti valleys in Himachal Pradesh. Around 53 km from Manali, it interfaces Kullu valley with Lahaul and Spiti which thusly give access to Leh. Other than Lahaul and Spiti, Rohtang Pass likewise fills in as the passage to Pangi and the valley of Leh. Like the Zojila Pass, Rohtang likewise fills in as the portal to Ladakh.

Known for its grand magnificence, Rohtang Pass holds vital significance for India. The Pass offers excellent sights of icy masses, tops, Lahaul Valley and the Chandra River. The twin pinnacles of Geypan are additionally unmistakable from Rohtang. The pass is on the watershed between the water bowls of the Chenab River and the Beas River.

The name Rohtang signifies ‘ground of bodies’ because of the number of individuals who lost their lives attempting to cross it. The Rohtang Pass is on the Pir Panjal Mountain Range of the Himalayas. The Rohtang Pass is a characteristic partition of the damp Kullu Valley, which has transcendently Hindu culture and the bone-dry, high height Lahaul and Spiti Valleys which basically has Buddhists.

Rohtang stays open from June to October. Be that as it may, trekkers do set out toward the pass even before it opens for vehicular activity. Rohtang Pass figures high on schedules of sightseers going by Manali, Kullu, Leh and close-by territories. The street remains to stick pressed and delays are unavoidable. Other than touring, visitors can likewise appreciate sledge rides and skiing. Ski equipment’s and sledges are accessible on a lease.

There are no convenience alternatives in Rohtang Pass unless you bring your own tent and set up camp by the roadside. Manali, which is the nearest enormous town, offers an extensive variety of settlement which incorporates extravagance resorts, riverside bungalows, select lodgings and 3-star spending properties. Manali additionally offers homestays which are a decent alternative to appreciate the nature and culture of local people.

There is no nourishment slows down or diners at Rohtang Pass. You should convey your own particular nourishment while crossing Rohtang Pass.

So folks appreciate the lovely pass and remain safe and continue exploring.

Naina Peak (Nainital)



Naina Peak Previously Known As ‘China Peak’

View Of Nainatal

“Never measure the height of a mountain until you have reached the top, & then only you will see how low it was.”

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So, guys, here I am, back again, all set to share this write-up on Naina Peak previously known as China Peak.

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After reaching Nainital, the China Peak was always on my mind just to test the fitness level as the peak is situated at an altitude of 2,615m (8,579 Ft). Tanveer, my friend, stays in Nainital,  so, I visit this place every year and two guys with nothing to do in the beautiful City of Nainital always steal some time to make a day’s outing plan to this peak.

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Since 2008, I have visited  Nainital 7 times and tried this peak for 5 times and successfully reached the top on all 5 times with my dearest friend. The feeling and sense of joy were always different after reaching the top of the peak.

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So today, I would like to share a few words with you guys about this place.

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Before starting, I would like to let you people know that this is the first time I saw snow fall so good in Nainital which made this adventure even more energetic and mesmerising in the lap of nature.

 

I am in Nainital almost every year since 2008 probably during the months of Feb or March. We are smitten by the travel bug & adore it like anything   & that’s why after roaming around India when we are back, we try to observe and see the beautiful Nainital.

Snowfall

 

This Peak of Nainital provides a very panoramic birds-eye view of the town. The distance from Tallital is approximately  9 Kms and 6 Kms from Mallital to the top of China Peak. The walk from the town to reach the starting point of the trekking is so beautiful which you people must see with the help of these beautiful images & just imagine what an enchanting place we have been to!

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The road to Naina Peak (China Peak) takes you to the wilderness. The Deodar and Cypress cast a different spell on you giving a bit of spooky feeling. One side of the road is the side of the mountain and another side lays  the deep ditch.

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This time around, because of the snowfall, the road has turned out even more dangerous and slippery but the same road during the dry season is very nice.

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Whenever you reach the top of the peak you can see the beautiful town of Nainital on one side and the panoramic view of mountains on the Tibet border on the another side. It gives a 270-degree view of the Himalayan mountains range. The best part of this place is that it’s  accessible only by foot, so carrying water and little food while enjoying &  sitting on the top of this peak would not be a bad idea! Mind you, this peak gives a scintillating view of the Nainital town & you have to be there to experience what I am saying now!

We all live in a concrete world these days always looking to find some serenity & this place is very quiet and is indeed bliss for people who love walking & sitting alone or spending some quality time with loved ones.

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What’s more, one can go for long walks, breath fresh air and enjoy the scenic beauty.

If you have some time or looking to rejuvenate yourself, this is the place to visit & recharge your energies!

Until I share my next experience with you people, enjoy the images & enjoy the nature’s beauty!

Cheers!