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Lamayuru, Ladakh A. H. Francke states that, "according to popular tradition," it was originally the foremost Bonpo monastery in Ladakh and was called gYung-drung Monastery (from Tibetan: gYung-drung - a swastika - a popular symbol in Bon, Buddhism, and other religions); also gYung-drung-bon is the name of the Bon religion

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Lamayuru Gonpa. . .

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Ladakh pangong lake! Amazing view

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Ladakhi gompa

-->LADAKH (India): The "Little Tibet"

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Prayer Flags in Ladakh, India. From the book A Simple Path by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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Khardungla - world's highest motorable road at 18380 ft - here can be found a lot of native herbs that are found in the highest parts of the country in Australia as well. . . in the Tasmanian Highlands in particularly. . not a lot, one has to go further up the valley this pass goes over to get to abundance of herbs...

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Lamayuru gompa and village in Zanskar valley. . . the collapsed lake is over the Gompa out of sight... underneath the Gompa is peppered with retreat caves in total darkness...

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Phuktal Monastery, Zanskar valley, Ladakh. Its quite a walk to get to here. . but down the road (90 mins walk) is a Ladakh version of a backpackers. . . and the whole family are delightful. . .

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Lamayur, ladakh, this is the down stream side of the Monastery . . .was once a huge lake that burst and the edge of the lake was the rim of hill in the upper centre of the picture. . . its more colourful in real life. . .

moonland... by Charungroj Bunphabuth | 500px

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    Roads Less Travelled

    Capture ladakh through your lens with us. :)

Lamayuru, Ladakh (obviously a montage. . .its not like this there. . .the black I mean. . ) :))

Between Earth and Sky

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Zanskar and Indus Confluence, Ladakh, India . . . just a few hours drive west of Leh (the capital). . . . . :))

Indus & Zanskar river confluence. Winter by Peter Wolledge

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