Monday, 15 May 2017

Kargil Ladakh

Kargil, otherwise called the Land of Agas, is an area in the Ladakh locale of Jammu and Kashmir. The area gets its name from the way that is essentially possessed by Shia Muslims. Arranged at a separation of around 205 km from Srinagar, Kargil is situated in vicinity to the Line of Control or LOC with Pakistan and looks onto the valley of Kashmir. 

The place was the middle for the Kargil War or Kargil Conflict that occurred amid 1999 amongst India and Pakistan. The word Kargil is a mix of two words, “Khar” which means palace and “rkil” which means focus. The term, subsequently, implies a place between strongholds, an able name for the goal, which lies between the two nations of India and Pakistan. Kargil is well known for its religious communities, beautiful valleys, and residential areas. The place has a couple of imperative vacation destinations and religious habitats for Buddhists, for example, the Sani Monastery, the Mulbekh Monastery, and the Shargole Monastery.

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