My Tryst With Mountains Of Ladakh

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January 20, 2019January 20, 2019 Posted in , , Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , 13 Comments I set out on my journey for Ladakh with photography as my primary target.

My five days trip took me to a couple of well-known places of Ladakh

I approached a number of travel agencies with a request to accommodate me with other travelers as I didn’t know how to ride a bike and for Ladakh you need one.
I found that almost all the travelers had their own bikes and cars.
Finally, one travel agency found a travelers group for me who were willing to take me in their group.

Ladakh’s beauty lies in its dramatic mountains

With different shapes and colors, the mountains continue to fascinate visitors.

I clicked hundreds of beautiful snaps with the help of my DSLR

But my heart still longs for the place and perhaps another trip is required to soak in the serenity of this enchanting place.
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October 3, 2019 at 2:59 am Visited Kanchanburi about ten years ago, the war cemetery not to be forgotten, thanks for the memory jogger :- o) Liked by Reply October 3, .

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See for a Google Earth view of the day’s walk

Previous Post: Maps: Bart Jordans’ has some useful overview maps of the many possible variations of the Snowman, as well as of other treks.
See for a Google Earth view of the day’s walk.

It helps to use the Google Chrome browser

The location marker is for Rinchen Zoe La

The lake is famous for supposedly yielding Buddhist “treasures” to (1450-1521)

He was a Bhutanese-born follower of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism

They had apparently been put there by the Himalayan Buddha, Guru Rinpoche, some six hundred years previously.

These treasures are known to  Himalayan Buddhists as terma; the one who finds them

thanks to guidance from Guru Rinpoche, is called a terton.
An hour spent reading through The Life and Revelations of Pema Lingpa turned up no mention of Om Tsho and what he found there; nor did another half-hour of internet surfing of other sources.
It is quite likely that what Lingpa is said to have hauled out of the lake included a text.
It is believed that the terma texts were written in a that only the terton could translate.

All of this brings to mind Joseph Smith

who claimed to have found a similar “treasure” [] in upper New York State.
The plates would provide the foundation of a religious movement known as the Church of Latter-Day Saints (Mormonism), an offshoot of Christianity.
Smith was able to translate them from a language that he did not know thanks to angelic help.
Coincidently, the number of believers is approximately the same – 15 million Mormons and 20 million Himalayan or Vajrayana Buddhists, an offshoot of the Buddhism of Siddhartha Gautama.
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