The only moment that exists
Burning brightly behind her shy
Dominating Leh from a high, rocky ridge, this gigantic white spired pudding of a stupa was built between 1983 and 1991 by Japanese monks to promote world peace.
Link for full video in bio My attempt at capturing the beauty of Ladakh. From the snow capped mountains at Khardungla to the desert in Nubra Valley. Do leave your thoughts in comments below.
Stakna- locally known as Tiger’s Nose is a small and serene monastery, founded during the reign of King Jamyang Namgyal in 1580. Located on the left bank of Indus River and perched on a hill, Stakna monastery in Leh Ladakh offers amazing and jaw dropping views of the Indus valley.
Tso moriri lake (14,836 ft)
Khardungla pass (17,582 ft)
Last Indian village
Look how they shine for you Location: Karzok (15075 ft), shore of tso moriri lake
The sea that was crushed
Tso Kar lake (14,860 ft), a fluctuating salt lake 150 Kms from leh