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Location: LADAKH - LEH PALACE
Leh palace, located at the ‘Paradise on Earth’– Kashmir, in the town of Leh, was built in the 17th century by King Sengge Namgyal. It was later invaded by the Kashmiri in the 19th Century. The beauty of the Leh Palace still stands in pride with a lot of ancient Buddha relics, paintings, old utensils, cutlery used by the royal family and artefacts adorning the walls of the palace. It is a treat to visit the palace, which offers marvelous panoramic views of the entire town of Leh. Sunrises and sunsets are extraordinarily beautiful and captivating scenes when viewed from the top of the Leh Palace.
The excellence of the Leh Palace despite everything remains in pride with a ton of old Buddha relics, works of art, old utensils, cutlery utilized by the imperial family and curios enhancing the dividers, the greater part of which are just about 450 years of age.
The grand royal residence is directly under the Archeological Survey of India, which is chipping away at revamping the old structures of that period and endeavoring to keep unblemished the historical backdrop of the Namgyal tradition in Leh.
Entry Fee : Indians- INR 15/-
Foreign Nationals- INR 100/-
Built In : 17th century
Built by : Sengge Namgyal
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