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Leh Leh Land

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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.

Author Bio:

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. Vini
    November 12, 12:50 Vini

    Wonderful to read – the desire to experience the beautiful place just got rekindled! My trip to the place has been long overdue! Thanks for sharing !

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  2. Selva
    November 12, 13:54 Selva

    Awesome pictures, so well captured. Aradhuna ‘s magnificent blog makes it a must visit!!

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  3. Bhupi
    November 12, 14:41 Bhupi

    I am impressed about your wealth of knowledge about Ladakh. You have covered it so well along with outstanding pics. I ‘ve spent 9 yrs in Ladakh & I ‘ve come across many a blog writers but you are th best. Keep it up and I wish you great success. Julley

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  4. Roma
    November 13, 13:01 Roma

    Anu, your pictorial write-up has captured the pristine beauty of Leh in all its glory. It evoked pleasant memories of our own trip there. The blog is a visual delight and the captions say it all. All the best for your future endeavours. Roma

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  5. Rama
    November 13, 13:24 Rama

    Awesome pics. It’s really great to read. Amazing to see the handsome guy,Aashim.

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  6. Malu
    November 15, 06:18 Malu

    Lovely article and fab pics – makes me want to go to Leh immediately!

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  7. Kanyakaa
    November 16, 03:47 Kanyakaa

    A wonderful read, leaving you wanting to experience Leh and Ladakh and keep going back for more. The Leh Berry fruit sounds like a wonderful treat to the palate and The mention of “Silk Route and two humped bactrian camel” takes you to years gone by. The author has kept the narration simple and yet manages to stir curiosity and yearning to explore this incredible and picturesque location.

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  8. ShVish
    November 17, 12:44 ShVish

    Wonderfully written. A SImple read. Beautiful pix. Now it makes Leh at the top.of my chart for must visit destinations…
    LEHts go to Leh Leh Land.

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  9. A
    November 19, 16:38 A

    My Dear Aradhuna
    Your blog is fascinating and I keenly look forward to your updates. The photo blog on Leh makes me want to visit and venture around knowing that you too have been there. I secretly hope to run into you in these tours I follow you on.

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  10. Idnani
    November 20, 00:16 Idnani

    Great scenic environment to be in

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