Leh Ladakh taxi rates 2017-18 | Ladakh taxi rates

Leh Ladakh taxi rates

As you all know the new season for traveling to Leh – Ladakh has arrived. In this article today, I will share you Leh Ladakh taxi rates 2017-18 which are published by leh taxi union every year in month of April  Well, to my surprise, this year Leh taxi union has decided not to increase the taxi rates. It is the second year in a row now when Leh taxi union has decided not to hike the rates. I expected around 8-10% at least but the news is a very pleasant surprise.

  • Eeco, Omni Van, Winger, Old Sumo, Bolero, etc.. (lowest price tag) – No change in rates
  • Tempo Traveller / Wingers – No change in rates
  • XUV, Innova and Aria (highest price tag) – No change in rates
  • Xylo, Scorpio, Tavera, Sumo Grande, Qualis, Safari, etc.. (middle price tag) – No change in rates

 

Below you can find the entire rate list of Leh taxi union rates for 2017 – 18 for sightseeing purposes within Ladakh, towards Manali and towards Srinagar for this current year which is same as that of the last year.

I am still enlisting below some of the most frequently visited trips in Ladakh and applicable Taxi rates for sightseeing to Nubra, Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri. This will help you quickly get rough idea of your budget for taxi in Leh – Ladakh.

  • Srinagar – Leh in 2 days = Rs 18400
  • Leh Local sightseeing = Rs 2500-3000
  • Leh – Nubra Valley 2 Day = Rs 10566
  • Leh – Pangong Tso 2 Day = Rs 10301
  • Leh – Tso Moriri – Tso Kar – Sarchu – Manali 2-3 days = Rs 29056
  • Leh – Manali 2 Days = Rs 21588
  • Leh – Pangong Tso 1 Day = Rs 8653
  • Leh – Nubra Valley 1 Day = Rs 8053

Leh Ladakh taxi rates 2017-18

I am going to confirm or update (Leh Ladakh taxi rates) the rate list as soon as it is printed by the taxi union this year. However, below updates are based upon discussions with working clerk at the union and other fellow locals and taxi guys who are using these Ladakh taxi rates for 2017-18 as well. So, please expect a refresh of images in a week or so.

Cost in Indian Rupees XUV/Aria / Innova / Xylo Qualis/ Scorpio/Tavera/Safari Echo/Van/Sumo & Others
Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Sankar Gompa 1,195 1,135 1,079
Shanti Stupa, Sankar Gompa 508 482 458
Shey, Thiksey 1,195 1,135 1,079
Shey, Thiksey, Hemis 2,904 2,614 2,352
Shey, Thiksey, Stok 1,685 1,600 1,520
Shey, 3 Idiot School – Sindhu Ghaat, Thiksey, Hemis 3,080 2,772 2,499
Shey, Thiksey, Hemis, Stok 3,344 3,137 2,980
Sangam, Hall Of Fame,Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill, Spituk Kali Mandir 2,767 2,630 2,498
Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Sankar Gompa, Sangam, , Hall Of Fame,Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill, Spituk Kali Mandir 3962 3765 3577
Khardungla Top 3,179 3,039 2,905
Khardungla, Deskit, Hunder (One Day) Nubra Valley 8,858 8,434 8,030
Khardungla, Deskit, Hunder (Two Days) Nubra Valley 9,758 9,271 8,807
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik (Two Days) Nubra Valley 11,623 11,042 10,490
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik via Warila (Two Days) Nubra Valley 14,340 13,622 12,941
Khardungla, Deskit, Hunder, Turtuk (Two Days) Nubra Valley 14,431 13,709 12,338
Khardungla, Deskit, Hunder, Turtuk (Three Days) Nubra Valley 17,622 16,763 15,259
Pangong Lake (One Day) 9,518 9,043 8,591
Pangong Lake Via Spangmik (Two Days) 11,331 10,765 10,227
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Shyok (Two Days) 15,950 15,180 14,465
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Warila (Two Days) 17,270 16,390 15,510
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Shyok (Enroute visit 3 Idiot School , Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) (Two Days) 17,545 16,775 16,038
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Warila (Enroute visit Shey, 3 Idiot School – Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) (Two Days) 19,140 18,370 17,611
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Shyok (Three Days) Nubra Valley 19,085 18,150 17,270
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Warila (Three Days) 20,405 19,360 18,370
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Shyok (Enroute visit 3 Idiot School, Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) (Three Days) 20,680 19,745 18,865
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Warila (Enroute visit 3 Idiot School, Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) (Three Days) 21,978 20,955 19,965
Pangong Lake Via Tsaga La – Tsomorari – Tsokar (Three Days) 23,851 22,658 21,516
Leh – Tsomoriri via Mahey Bridge (One Day) 12,978 12,330 11,713
Leh -Dhad-Tsokar – Tsomoriri Via Mahey Bridge (Two Days) 20,324 19,307 18,630
Leh – Tsomorari – Tsokar – Debring (Two Days) 12,895 12,251 11,638
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Shyok – Via Tsaga La – Tsomorari – Tsokar – Tangla la (Four Days) 34,375 33,550 32,857
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via warila – Via Tsaga La – Tsomorari – Tsokar – Tangla la (Enroute visit 3 Idiot School, Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) (Four Days) 37,290 36,410 35,497
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake -Via Tsaga La – Tsomorari – Tsokar (Enroute visit 3 Idiot School , Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) via Shyok (Four Days) 35,970 35,145 34,430
Likir, Alchi 3,558 3,380 3,211
Likir , Alchi, Basgo (One Day) 3,874 3,681 3,495
Likir , Alchi, Rezong (One Day) 4,852 4,608 4,378
Likir , Alchi, Lamayuru (One Day) 6,922 6,576 6,248
Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru (Two Days) 9,314 8,848 8,405
Leh – Kargil Drop 8,686 8,253 7,839
Leh – Kargil Drop via Batalik 12,639 12,008 11,407
Leh – Kargil (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru) 10,573 10,141 9,726
Leh – Kargil via Batalik (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru) 14,527 13,895 13,299
Leh – Kargil – Srinagar (One Day) 17,213 16,353 15,534
Leh – Kargil via Batalik – Srinagar (One Day) 17,215 16,357 15,565
Leh – Kargil (1/N) – Srinagar 20,240 19,228 18,267
Leh – Kargil – Srinagar (Two Days) 19,360 18,480 17,655
Leh – Kargil via Batalik – Srinagar (Two Day) 22,440 21,428 20,460
Leh – Kargil (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru – Srinagar (One Day) 19,140 18,260 17,490
Leh – Kargil via Batalik (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru – Srinagar (One Day) 21,285 20,405 19,547
Leh – Kargil (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru – Srinagar (Two Day) 22,165 21,175 20,185
Leh – Kargil via Batalik (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru – Srinagar (Two Days) 24,365 23,320 22,385
Market Transfers 250 250 250
Airport Pickup 700 700 700
Airport Drop 500 500 500
Leh – Manali (Two Days) 23,747 22,559 21,430
Leh – Tsomorari – Tsokar – Jispa (Two Days) 25,461 24,188 22,978
Leh – Tsomorari – Tsokar – Manali (2/3 Days) 31,962 30,363 28,845
Permit Fee (Pangong/Nubra/Tsomoriri) @ 700 INR per Person

Leh Ladakh taxi rates 2017-18

Cost in Indian Rupees Tempoo Traveller 12 + 1
Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Sankar Gompa 1,613
Shanti Stupa, Sankar Gompa 686
Shey, Thiksey 1,613
Shey, Thiksey, Hemis 3,920
Shey, Thiksey, Stok 2,275
Shey, 3 Idiot School – Sindhu Ghaat, Thiksey, Hemis 4,158
Shey, Thiksey, Hemis, Stok 4,514
Sangam, Hall Of Fame,Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill, Spituk Kali Mandir 3,396
Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Sankar Gompa, Sangam, , Hall Of Fame,Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill, Spituk Kali Mandir 4,841
Khardungla Top 4,292
Khardungla, Deskit, Hunder (One Day) Nubra Valley 11,959
Khardungla, Deskit, Hunder (Two Days) Nubra Valley 13,174
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik (Two Days) Nubra Valley 15,690
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik via Warila (Two Days) Nubra Valley 19,359
Khardungla, Deskit, Hunder, Turtuk (Two Days) Nubra Valley 19,482
Khardungla, Deskit, Hunder, Turtuk (Three Days) Nubra Valley 23,790
Pangong Lake (One Day) 12,850
Pangong Lake Via Spangmik (Two Days) 15,297
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Shyok (Two Days) 21,532
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Warila (Two Days) 23,314
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Shyok (Enroute visit 3 Idiot School, Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) (Two Days) 23,685
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Warila (Enroute visit 3 Idiot School , Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) (Two Days) 25,839
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Shyok (Three Days) Nubra Valley 25,765
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Warila (Three Days) 27,546
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Shyok (Enroute visit Shey, 3 Idiot School, Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) (Three Days) 27,918
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Warila (Enroute visit Shey, 3 Idiot School, Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) (Three Days) 29,670
Pangong Lake Via Tsaga La – Tsomorari – Tsokar (Three Days) 32,199
Leh – Tsomoriri via Mahey Bridge (One Day) 17,520
Leh -Dhad-Tsokar – Tsomoriri Via Mahey Bridge (Two Days) 27,437
Leh – Tsomorari – Tsokar – Debring (Two Days) 17,409
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via Shyok – Via Tsaga La – Tsomorari – Tsokar – Tangla la (Four Days) 46,406
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake via warila – Via Tsaga La – Tsomorari – Tsokar – Tangla la (Enroute visit 3 Idiot School – Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) (Four Days) 50,341
Khardungla ,Deskit, Hunder, Sumoor, Panamik, Pangong lake – Via Tsaga La – Tsomorari – Tsokar (Enroute visit Shey, 3 Idiot School – Sindhu Ghaat, Shey, Thiksey) via Shyok (Four Days) 48,559
Likir, Alchi 4,804
Likir , Alchi, Basgo (One Day) 5,230
Likir , Alchi, Rezong (One Day) 6,550
Likir , Alchi, Lamayuru (One Day) 9,330
Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru (Two Days) 12,574
Leh – Kargil Drop 11,726
Leh – Kargil Drop via Batalik 17,063
Leh – Kargil (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru) 14,274
Leh – Kargil via Batalik (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru) 19,611
Leh – Kargil – Srinagar (One Day) 23,238
Leh – Kargil via Batalik – Srinagar (One Day) 23,240
Leh – Kargil (1/N) – Srinagar 27,324
Leh – Kargil – Srinagar (Two Days) 26,136
Leh – Kargil via Batalik – Srinagar (Two Day) 30,294
Leh – Kargil (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru – Srinagar (One Day) 25,839
Leh – Kargil via Batalik (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru – Srinagar (One Day) 28,734
Leh – Kargil (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru – Srinagar (Two Day) 29,922
Leh – Kargil via Batalik (Enroute visit Basgo, Likir , Alchi, Rezeong, Uletokeo, Lamayuru – Srinagar (Two Days) 32,892
Market Transfers 520
Airport Pickup 1400
Airport Drop 1000
Leh – Manali (Two Days) 32,058
Leh – Tsomorari – Tsokar – Jispa (Two Days) 34,372
Leh – Tsomorari – Tsokar – Manali (2/3 Days) 43,149
Permit Fee (Pangong/Nubra/Tsomoriri)  @ 700 INR per Person
Conclusion

I hope the above Leh Ladakh taxi rates 2017-18 will be again useful for your upcoming Leh – Ladakh trip in the year 2018. Feel free to share it with your family & friends who are looking out for a trip to Ladakh this season. In case you have any questions or doubts, in planning your trip to Leh – Ladakh, please post them in the comments section of this article OR in “Ask a Travel Question” section of our website. (Leh Ladakh taxi rates)

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In this post we will cover all these points like Travel Guide for Leh Ladakh, Leh ladakh tour packages, Leh ladakh trip on bike, Holiday trip and tour planner, cheap holiday packages, Ladakh taxi rate.

ladakh trip by Faitra : ‘Ladakh’, situated on the banks of Indus River, is a famous tourist destination of Jammu and Kashmir State. It is also known as Last Sangrila, Little Tibet, Moon Land or Broken Moon etc. In addition to the main city ‘Leh’, there are some major tourist sites like Alchi, Nubra Valley, Hemis Lymourou, Zanskar Valley, Kargil, Ahmed Pangang Tso, and Tso Car and Tso Moriri etc. near this area. Trip paln with us with faitra and enjoy your holidays.

Beautiful lakes and monasteries, fascinating scenes and mountain peaks are attractive features. Common languages ​​spoken in the state include Ladkakhi, Purig, Tibetan, Hindi and English. Ladakh, the world’s two major mountain ranges, is situated between Karakoram and Himalayas, at an altitude of 3500 meters above sea level. In addition, parallel ranges of Janskar and Ladakh surround the valley of Ladakh.

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A look at the history of Ladakh

It is believed that Ladakh was originally a sinking part of a major lake, which became the valley of Ladakh, due to many years of geographical changes. Now it is a major state of Jammu and Kashmir. During the 10th century, Ladakh was under the rule of the successors of Tibetan kings. During the reign of King Sengi Namgyal in the 17th century, the Himalayan empire reached its peak. Later, in the 18th century, Ladakh and Baltistan were included in the area of ​​Jammu and Kashmir. After the partition of India in 1947, Baltistan became part of Pakistan.

Tourist places in and around Ladakh

Buddhism is the dominant religion in this region, monasteries or gompa, are a major feature in the list of attractions of Ladakh. Some monasteries such as Hemis Mutt, Shankar Gompa, Matho Math, Shi Gompa, Spituk Math, and Sukna Mutt are among the most notable monasteries in this region. Apart from this, Hicks Monts and Samo monasteries are also worth a look.

Festivals of Ladakh

The festival of Galdan Namhot, Buddha Purnima, Dosamoch and Losur is celebrated with great fervor throughout Ladakh and during this time the crowd of tourists is over. The festival named Dosmoche lasted two days in which the Buddhist monks dance, perform prayers and perform rituals to keep the unfortunate and evil spirits away from the area. One of the most important festivals of Tibetan Buddhism is the ‘Saka Dawa’, which celebrates Gautam Buddha’s birthday, Buddha and the end of his mortal body. It is celebrated in the fourth month of the Tibetan calendar, usually in May or June, which lasts for a whole month. Tourists can take a taxi or bike rentals to tour this area. Generally people like to visit this place with their own vehicle, which is more convenient.

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Some travel information

Due to the rugged, rugged terrain of this area, tourists are advised to keep the spare parts of the vehicle with you, it can be helpful in any emergency situation. Various restaurants and hotels in the entire area offer service to the bot or soup noodles and momo or dumplings.

Best time to visit Ladakh

Tourist can plan for a trip to Ladakh at any time from May to September. At this time the weather here is pleasant and the temperature does not exceed 33 ° C.

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How to reach Ladakh

Visitors who are planning to visit Ladakh can reach their destinations by air, rail and road.
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Mysterious places of Assam | Assam tourist places

 Mysterious places of Assam Talatal Ghar

असम के रहस्यमय स्थान | Mysterious places of Assam in HINDI and English

Here are 5 mysterious places in India that you probably didn’t know existed. Unusual Things and Places You won’t Believe Existed in India is a land of mystics and mysteries. Here are 5 places that stand out for being unusual and mysterious.

This is the 12th episode and here we will discuss about 5 Biggest Unsolved Mysterious Miracles of India or India’s 5 greatest unsolved stories India is not only the land of exotic Beach, monsoon getaways, Big Temples and Historical Monuments, it also has number of mysterious places and unusual things to know and explore and the list includes a place where birds commit suicide.

A cloak of mystery shrouds Mayong, better known as the Land Of Black Magic. Jatinga, Assam – Where Birds Commit Suicide. In this video, we are posting about some mysterious places in India’s one state i.e. Assam.

Gold River :   Mysterious places of Assam

 Mysterious places of Assam Subansiri

Subansiri known as the Gold River by the locals. This river is known all over the world for its gold dust. River Subansiri is called the River of gold. In early days, gold mining served as a major industry.

The river bed sands were scanned and identified; gold particles are then extracted and processed through certain means that were learnt through prolonging legacies. People suspect that there might be a ‘gold field ’somewhere in the course of the river. The word ‘Subansiri’ is a portmanteau word, ‘subarna’ and ‘siri’, meaning gold and flow respectively.

In the Epic Puran and Bhagavad records that, on the occasion of Pancha Pandavas Rajsuya Yagya, the Kings of Brahmaputra valley offered Yudhistira a huge load of gold shipped on elephant back. Legends claim, these tons of gold were extracted from the bed of Subansiri. During the period of Ahom Kingdom were engaged in extracting gold by washing sand of the river.

Witness proves to claim that till 1906-07 the traditional gold extracting mechanism has been applied by the peoples lives in the bank of river Subansiri. There are living eye witnesses who chanced to behold merchandisers garnering gold particles in the river sand.

स्थानीय लोगों द्वारा गोल्ड रिवर के रूप में जाना जाता है। यह नदी दुनिया भर में इसकी सोने की धूल के लिए जाना जाता है। नदी सुबनसिरी को सोने की नदी कहा जाता है शुरुआती दिनों में, स्वर्ण खनन एक प्रमुख उद्योग के रूप में सेवा करता था।

नदी के बाल रेत को स्कैन और पहचाना गया; सोने के कणों को तब निकाला और संसाधित किया जाता है, जो कि कुछ विशेष तरीकों के माध्यम से सीखा गया था जिन्हें विरासत को बढ़ाने के माध्यम से सीखा गया था। लोगों को संदेह है कि नदी के रास्ते कहीं कहीं एक ‘सोना क्षेत्र’ हो सकता है शब्द ‘सुबनसिरी’ शब्द का एक शब्द है, ‘सबर्ना’ और ‘शरि’ जिसका अर्थ है सोने और प्रवाह क्रमशः।

एपिक पुराण और भगवद में यह लिखा गया है कि, पंचायत राजस्व्य यज्ञ, ब्रह्मपुत्र घाटी के राजाओं के अवसर पर युधिष्ठिर ने हाथी को वापस भेजे जाने वाले सोने का भारी भार पेश किया। महापुरूषों का दावा है कि सुबनसिरी के बिस्तर से इन टन सोना निकाले गए थे। अहोम किंगडम की अवधि के दौरान नदी के रेत को धोकर सोने का उपयोग करने में लगे हुए थे।

साक्ष्य यह दावा करते हैं कि 1 9 06-07 तक पारंपरिक सुवर्णसिंह नदी के किनारे रहने वाले लोगों द्वारा पारंपरिक सोना निकालने वाला तंत्र लागू किया गया है। नदी के रेत में स्वर्ण कणों को मिलाते हुए व्यापारियों को देखने के लिए वहां रहने वाले आंखों के गवाह थे।

Talatal Ghar : Mysterious places of Assam

 Mysterious places of Assam Talatal Ghar

The Talatal Ghar is located in Assam. Created on 1769. By Ahom kingdom and served as its military-station. The Talatal Ghar is a palace which was initially built as an army base. It houses two secret tunnels, and three floors below ground level which were used as exit routes during the Ahom wars (and which give the structure its name).

This is made of brick and an indigenous type of cement (a mixture of Bora Chaul – a sticky variety of rice grain – eggs of hens, etc.). The Talatal Ghar had two secret underground tunnels. One, about 3 kilometres in length, connected the Talatal Ghar to the Dikhow River.

while the other, 16 kilometres long, led to the Garhgaon Palace, and was used as an escape route in case of an enemy attack.Visitors nowadays can only view the ground floor, the first floor.The floors of the Talatal Ghar below ground have been sealed off.The floors of the Talatal Ghar below ground have been sealed off. Constructed during the period of 17th century.

Largest among all Ahom monuments, the Talatal Ghar in Assam was initially built as an army base. It is located near Rang Ghar (yet another specimen of Ahom architecture) and was built by Rajeswara Singha.

Talatal Ghar has three storeys that are underground (closed for tourists) and four above the ground. The ground floor had store rooms, stables and servant quarters, while the upper floors were for the royal family.

It has been built with bricks and varieties of cement and an arched door that resembles Mughal styles of architecture. a large terrace, a temple with octagonal structure and a few small chambers form the major portion of the edifice. Recent excavations by the Archaeological Survey of India also reveal that there had been wooden structures and logs as well.

There are two secret underground tunnels that connect to Dikhow River and Ghargaon Palace respectively. They were used as routes to escape enemy attacks. You can also explore the ammunition store called ‘Khar Ghar’ situated near the palace.

In Hindi : Mysterious places of Assam

तुलताल घर असम में स्थित है। 1769 को बनाया गया। अहोम राज्य द्वारा और इसके सैन्य स्टेशन के रूप में सेवा की। ताल्लटला घर एक महल है जिसे शुरू में सेना आधार के रूप में बनाया गया था। यह दो गुप्त सुरंगों और जमीन के तल के नीचे तीन मंजिलें रखती हैं जो अहोम युद्धों के दौरान बाहर निकलने के मार्गों के रूप में इस्तेमाल की जाती थीं (और जो संरचना को उसका नाम देते हैं)।

यह ईंट और एक स्वदेशी प्रकार का सीमेंट (बोरा चॉल का मिश्रण – चावल अनाज की एक चिपचिपा किस्म – मुर्गियों के अंडे, आदि)। तल्लाताल घर में दो गुप्त भूमिगत सुरंग थे। एक, लगभग 3 किलोमीटर लंबाई में, तलाटला घर को दिखो नदी से जोड़ा गया, जबकि दूसरे, 16 किलोमीटर लंबा, गढ़गांव पैलेस की ओर ले गया, और एक दुश्मन के हमले के मामले में बच निकलने के मार्ग के रूप में इस्तेमाल किया गया था।

आगंतुक आजकल केवल देख सकते हैं भूमि तल, पहली मंजिल। जमीन के नीचे तलतल घर के फर्श को बंद कर दिया गया है। जमीन के नीचे तलतल घर के फर्श को बंद कर दिया गया है। 17 वीं सदी की अवधि के दौरान निर्मित |सभी अमोम स्मारकों में से सबसे बड़ा, असम में ताल्लताल घर में शुरू में सेना के आधार के रूप में बनाया गया था। यह रंगघर (अहोम वास्तुकला का एक और नमूना) के पास स्थित है और इसे राजेश्वर सिंह द्वारा बनाया गया था।तल्लाताल घर में तीन मंजिलें हैं जो भूमिगत हैं (पर्यटकों के लिए बंद हैं) और जमीन से ऊपर चार हैं।

भूमि तल में स्टोर रूम, अस्तबल और दास क्वॉर्टर्स थे, जबकि ऊपरी मंजिल शाही परिवार के लिए थे यह ईंटों और सीमेंट की किस्मों और आर्किड के मुगल शैलियों के समान एक कंजूस दरवाजे के साथ बनाया गया है। एक बड़ी छत, अष्टकोणीय संरचना के साथ एक मंदिर और कुछ छोटे कक्ष भवन के प्रमुख भाग का निर्माण करते हैं।

भारतीय पुरातत्व सर्वेक्षण द्वारा हाल ही में खुदाई से पता चलता है कि लकड़ी के ढांचे और लॉग भी हैंदो गुप्त भूमिगत सुरंग हैं जो कि क्रमशः दिखो नदी और घोरगांव पैलेस से जुड़ते हैं। दुश्मन के हमलों से बचने के लिए उन्हें रूट के रूप में इस्तेमाल किया गया था महल के पास स्थित ‘खार घर’ नामक गोला बारूद की दुकान भी तलाश सकते हैं।

Pyramids of Assam : Mysterious places of Assam

 Mysterious places of Assam Maidam

Maidam commonly known as pyramids of assam. Historians say that the Egyptian pyramids are their only competitors. Series of stories from localites about the richness of the place….still finding gold or silver jewels, coins under the ground, inside the ponds, wells… Yes, I am talking about ‘Maidam’, probably very few of you have heard about it. Got a World Heritage Site tag from UNESCO too.

At first sight, this attraction of Sibsagar reminded me of the famous cartoon show – Teletubbies – that I used to follow when I was a kid. It had grassy landscapes with domes and hills and the four toddlers (cartoon characters) used to hop and play around.

Established by the Ahom King Chao Lung Siu-Ka-Pha in 1228, Charaideo in Assam was the first capital of the Ahom Kingdom. A place for ancestral gods of the Ahoms, it is the burial ground of kings and queens. Also called the ‘Pyramids of Assam’, the hillocks of Charaideo have tombs (called Maidams) and the place is compared to the Pyramids of Egypt, thus proving to be a splendid example of medieval times.

There are actually over 150 maidams, but only 30 of these are protected by the Archaeological Survey of India along with Assam State Archaeology Department. Mysterious places of Assam

The wondrous architecture of Charaideo includes underground vaults with domed chambers covered by earthen mounds and thus appear like hillocks. On the top of each hillock, a small open pavilion called ‘chow-chali’ made of bricks and stones.

It is also said that besides the kings and queens, attendants, pets and even valuables were buried. Thus, the site has been encroached, robbed and thereby, damaged.

There is a nearby park called the Su-Ka-Pha Park, set up by Probah, a renowned NGO that offers amusement options for children.

In Hindi : Mysterious places of Assam

मेधाम आमतौर पर आदम के पिरामिड के रूप में जाना जाता है। इतिहासकारों का कहना है कि मिस्र के पिरामिड उनके एकमात्र प्रतिस्पर्धी हैं। स्थान की समृद्धि के बारे में स्थानीय लोगों की कहानियों की श्रृंखला …. अभी भी सोने या चांदी के ज्वेल्स, जमीन के नीचे सिक्के, तालाबों के अंदर, कुएं ढूंढ रहे हैं … हाँ, मैं ‘मैडम’ के बारे में बात कर रहा हूं, शायद आप में से बहुत कम इसके बारे में सुना है यूनेस्को से भी विश्व विरासत स्थल टैग मिला | Mysterious places of Assam

पहली नजर में, सिबसागर का यह आकर्षण मुझे प्रसिद्ध कार्टून शो – टेलिबॉइज की याद दिलाता है – जब मैं एक बच्चा था तब मैं उसका अनुसरण करता था। इसमें घोंसले और पहाड़ियों के साथ घास का दृश्य था और चार बच्चा (कार्टून पात्रों) को हॉप और चारों ओर खेलना था।1228 में एहोम किंग चाओ फेन्ग सिउ-का-पीए द्वारा स्थापित, असम में चैराइडीओ अहम साम्राज्य की पहली राजधानी थी।

आहों के पैतृक देवताओं के लिए एक जगह, यह राजाओं और रानियों का दफन मैदान है। इसके अलावा ‘असम के पिरामिड’ भी कहा जाता है, चराइडीओ के पहाड़ी इलाकों में कब्रों (मैदास कहा जाता है) और जगह की तुलना मिस्र के पिरामिड से की जाती है, इस प्रकार यह मध्यकालीन समय का एक शानदार उदाहरण साबित होता है। वास्तव में 150 से अधिक मैदाम हैं, लेकिन इनमें से केवल 30 असम के राज्य पुरातत्व विभाग के साथ-साथ भारतीय पुरातत्व सर्वेक्षण द्वारा संरक्षित हैं।

चराइडी के चमत्कारिक वास्तुशिल्प में भूमिगत वाल्ट्स शामिल हैं, जिनके साथ गढ़वाले कक्षों को कवर किया गया है, और यह मिट्टी के तने द्वारा कवर किया गया है और इस तरह पहाड़ियों की तरह दिखाई देता है। प्रत्येक पहाड़ी की चोटी पर, एक छोटे से खुले मंडप जिसे ‘चो-चाली’ कहा जाता है, जो ईंटों और पत्थरों से बना है।

यह भी कहा जाता है कि राजाओं और रानियों, नौकरियों, पालतू जानवरों और यहां तक ​​कि क़ीमती सामानों के अलावा दफन किया गया। इस प्रकार, साइट को अतिक्रमण, लूट लिया गया है और इस प्रकार क्षतिग्रस्त है। प्रोबा, एक प्रसिद्ध गैर-सरकारी संगठन जो बच्चों के लिए मनोरंजन विकल्प प्रदान करता है, द्वारा स्थापित एक सुआ का-फा पार्क नामक एक पास का पार्क है।   Mysterious places of Assam

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Top 5 mysterious temples of India

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Top 5 mysterious temples of India : When the temple was built in ancient work, Vastu and astronomy were kept in mind. King Maharaja used to hide his treasure to build a temple over it, and used to come from different ways to reach the treasure.

India is considered to be a very sacred land and it is believed that all goddess god is present in India. In this article I am going to tell you about mysterious temples of India, Let’s know about India…

1. Karni mata mandir

mysterious temples of india Karni mata mandir

Karni Mata Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Karni Mata at Deshnoke, 30 km from Bikaner, in Rajasthan, India. It is also known as the Temple of Rats.

There are about 20000 black mice in this temple.millions of Peoples come here to fulfill their wishes.And the devotees who come to the temple get the offerings made by the rats false.

The surprising thing is that even after having so many mice there is no smell in the temple at all,No disease has spread till date.

2. Kanyakumari devi mandir

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Ornate temple & pilgrimage site, dating back thousands of years, dedicated to Hindu goddess Kumari.

This is the first Durga Temple created by Lord Parasurama and is also one among the 108 Shakthi Peethas in the world.

Located in Kanyakumari, Kumari Amman Temple is one of the most sacred temples in the world.Kumari Amman temple at Kanyakumari is 3000 year old.Sunrise is very popular here.

3. Mount Kailash

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Hindus who walk around the 32 mile circumference of Mount Kailash use the term Parikrama. It is believed that Lord Mahadev is here.
It is full of secrets and miracles. Mt. Kailash lies near the source of some of the longest rivers in Asia.Mount Kailash, which forms part of the Transhimalaya in the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China.

4. Shani Shingnapur

mysterious temples of india Shani Shingnapur

Located at a distance of 65 kms from Shirdi in the Ahmednagar district, the Shani Shingnapur Temple is dedicated to Lord Shaneshwar or Lord Shanidev.

Shani Shingnapur or Shani Shinganapur or Shani or Shingnapur or Sonai is a village in the Indian state of Maharashtra.

There is no such thing that does not steal here that Shani Dev punishes himself by stealing.

5. Somnath Temple

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The principal temple of Somnath is believed to have been built in gold by the moon god Soma, in silver by the sun god Ravi. It is an important pilgrimage and tourist spot of Gujarat.

Religious travellers after paying homage in Somnath Temple can visit Dwarka that is just 95 kms away.

The Somnath temple located in Prabhas Patan near Veraval in Saurashtra on the western coast of Gujarat, is believed to be the first among the twelve jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva.

So, this is the list of Top 5 mysterious temples of India, Hope to see you again reading such more useful and interesting articles. I would like to thank you for your presence and we also hope that you found this article useful. Stay Aware with Awarepedia.

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Manali | Best places in manali to visit :

Detailed Itinerary for the route Delhi- Manali- Delhi

Soulful Manali has a lot to offer to everyone. It gives scenery to photographers, inspiration to Artists, peace to mediators, daring Activities to Adventure Seekers etc.

On the way to Manali you experience the cool breeze of Manali already taking all your stress away, soothing you from calmness in the environment and surprising you by presenting its jaw- downed landscapes.In this article I am going to tell you about Best places in manali to visit. Overall, It is an excellent place for holiday.

Let’s make a list of places:

1. Hadimba Devi Temple

Best places in manali to visit Hadimba Devi Temple

It is the chief central of interest in Manali, dedicated to the goddess Hadimba ,the Wife of Bheema of Mahabharata Fame, This is wooden temple, In the dense forest of magnificent deodar, is about 2.5 Kms from the Mall Road. It is a pleasant stroll to the temple which was built in 1553 A.D.

 2. Vashisht 

Best places in manali to visit Vashisht 

Hot Sulphur Water springs-which is widely believed as an effective  skin diseases healer and posses various  medical properties . Nearby it , is the pyramidal stone temple dedicated to vashisht Muni & lord Rama temple.

 3. Tibetan-Monastery 

Best places in manali to visit Tibetan-Monastery 

This  Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa dominates the Tibetan area builtin  1969. The main attraction of the monastery is the handicrafts of Tibetan artistry and the carpets that are woven and sold in the monastery

 4. Club House

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Club house is famous for a amusement activities like skating, Disco Theque, auditorium etc..Boating facility is also available at the Club.

5. Manali (Full day Trip to Rohtang Pass/ Snow Point)

Best places in manali to visit manali snow point Snow Point / Solang valley incase Rohtang is closed

Get ready for an excursion to visit Kothi Gorge, Marhi, Gulaba. Rothang Pass is outstandingly beautiful and is an ideal spot to view the majestic snow covered Himalayas, serene natural surrounding, pristine lake and fairy white snow round the year.

6. Manali to Kullu (45 Kms) Manikaran (80 Kms ) 

Get ready for an excursion to visit  Manikaran. Manikaran has the World’s hottest Suplhur Spring Waters and is a holy place for Hindus & Sikhs alike. Return back to Kullu town enroute visiting the famous Kullu Shawl Industry. Drive back to Manali or stay in Kullu overnight.

The glorious tour to the heavenly Manali comes to an end. Your visit to one of the paradise on earth located amidst the lofty Himalayas ends offering your glorious memories to cherish for lifetime.