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Ladakh, the Land of High Passes, is a pursuit of paradise and has mesmerised one and all since time immemorial. Aradhuna, planned a trip to Ladakh recently, and shares the beauty of this holiday destination, through her lens. Have a look!

The Leh Berry, special to this area, full of Vit C and antioxidants. Pop into your mouth for a burst of tartness- or just admire!

The Leh Berry, special to this area, full of Vit C and antioxidants. Pop into your mouth for a burst of tartness- or just admire!

Not grown in this area, but may admire all the same!

Not grown in this area, but may admire all the same!

Betwixt Leh and Nubra and Beyond, lies a pass 'La' and many photo ops.

Betwixt Leh and Nubra and Beyond, lies a pass ‘La’ and many photo ops.

Reminiscing about trade along the Great Silk Route, puts a smile on the face of the two- humped Bactrian Camel!

Reminiscing about trade along the Great Silk Route puts a smile on the face of the two-humped Bactrian Camel!

'Edward Scissorhands' meets 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag'! Silver sand dunes of the Shyok Valley, where parts of the film were shot.

‘Edward Scissorhands’ meets ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’! Silver sand dunes of the Shyok Valley, where parts of the film were shot.

Many hued mountains look on at the meeting of the Indus with the Zanskar. And Atlas shrugged.

Many hued mountains look on at the meeting of the Indus with the Zanskar. And Atlas shrugged.

Enjoyed these pictures? Now it’s your turn to plan a holiday to this rocky paradise.

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Aradhuna

Aradhuna

 

 

Despite an alarmingly absent sense of direction, Aradhuna is a happy traveller with a quirky sense of the absurd! She delights in exotic destinations, creative cooking, curling up for midnight reads and quality comforts, which she describes in her impressionistic style.

 

 

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42 Comments

  1. Dee
    November 20, 02:33 Dee

    Wonderful read. Leaves you wanting to visit Leh!! Awesome pics! 🙂

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  2. Ajay
    November 21, 13:19 Ajay

    What a beautiful place. Super photos which capture the essence of this magical land. Aradhuna rocks!

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  3. YS
    November 22, 07:22 YS

    Love the place and pictures…another visit to Leh needs to be planned.

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  4. Krish
    November 22, 07:30 Krish

    Wow !! Very Nice ! Makes me want to take that trip I’ve been putting off the last couple of years.

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  5. Gen Sherlekar
    November 22, 08:32 Gen Sherlekar

    An excellent photo album.
    Enjoyed seeing it.

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  6. Joy
    November 22, 09:22 Joy

    Fabulous pictures.Have been there but your travellogue of makes so attractive that one feels like closing shop & run to
    *Khardungla*Will have to take Jyotsna now since she has NOT been there.

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  7. Om Gulia
    November 22, 10:12 Om Gulia

    I have been to Leh a couple of times on business n pleasure trips both but never knew it’s so beautiful as captured through the lense of Aradhuna. Splendid n mesmerizing. Kudos

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  8. Pikeman
    November 24, 20:20 Pikeman

    Great intro to the beauty of Leh. A few more pics would be welcome

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