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Tambis Village

2.Churon Waterfall

2.Churon Waterfall

Tambis village | By: Aeejaz iryzak | Last Updated: May, 15, 2020

Churon waterfall by Qalbe Shah Million years ago, this waterfall existed in the area, thousands of people used to see this waterfall in every year. It is about 3km away from the head office of Shangrila Tour and Travel. The water is falling about 8...

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3.Pretroglyphs in Chorun

3.Pretroglyphs in Chorun

Tambis village | By: Aeejaz iryzak | Last Updated: May, 15, 2020

Pretroglyphs in Chorun: By Qalbe Ali Just ½ km before of Chorun Waterfall, there is a dwelling place of ancient Mon people. Where we do found many scripts and rock carvings, which are representing ibex and hunting scenes. In my journey to Tambis ...

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4.Churon Spring

4.Churon Spring

Tambis village | By: Aeejaz iryzak | Last Updated: May, 15, 2020

Churon spring By Qalbe Shah This spring is very historically and religiously significant. People never left take water from it, because this water is very beneficial for health and diseases. People of Ladakh used to come every year to this spring fo...

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5.Keser’s footprint

5.Keser’s footprint

Tambis village | By: Aeejaz iryzak | Last Updated: May, 15, 2020

Keser’s footprint (Tibetan Himalayan epic or mytho-historical King) By Qalbe shah This footprint of Kesar is just ½ km away from the head office of Shangri la Tour and Travel agency. It’s an epic that Kesar who reached the Place Kargil, on evi...

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6.Naran Shukpa

6.Naran Shukpa

Tambis village | By: Aeejaz iryzak | Last Updated: May, 15, 2020

Naran Shukpa (Sacred Cypress Tree) By Qalbe Shah This is not a common ‘Shukpa’, it has known in the Buddhist world as a sacred tree. The Tibetan name “Lhashing Shukpa” or ‘Sacred cypress tree”. It has spiritual significance for thousands...

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7.Archery in Tambis

7.Archery in Tambis

Tambis village | By: Aeejaz iryzak | Last Updated: May, 15, 2020

Archery in Tambis(culture of Ladakh) By Qalbe Ali In Kargil Ladakh, archery is called Da-fangs and Dar-tses, played in Nouroz season (1stMarch) and is still practiced in Kargil Ladakh during the spring season. As on above, the petroglypghs depicting...

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