Kashmir 2014 | Day 5 Ladakh part III : Indus Civilisation

    Magnetic Hill.
    but its not real magnet anyway.
   it is purely an optical effect caused by the specific layout of hills
   and deceptive fields of reference , making cars seems to roll upwards when parked
   in neutral gear.
   i talked to a local , and he said its just a way for the army to entertain their
   higher officers when they visit Ladakh army base.

    Gurdwara Pathar Sahib . one of the holy places for Sikhs.
   The Gurdwara was built in 1517 to commemorate the visit to the Ladakh region
   of Guru Nanak Dev , the founder Guru of the Sikh faith  

    Nanak Hill

    the Zansksar River.
    the river is frozen during winter , and becomes a very interesting trekking route ,
    and a popular river rafting place during summer

    Indus River , originates from Tibet

    Sangam Point , the confluence of Zanskar and Indus River.
    the blue is the Zanskar River , and the green one is the Indus River

   Indus Valley Civilization.

   13 April - 22 April 2014
   Day 5 : Leh , Ladakh

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