Zanskar is a pageant that perches in the Himalayan ranges of Jammu & Kashmir that is the closest neighboring mountain range near Ladakh. The main hints of human movement in Zanskar appear to do a reversal to the extent the Bronze Age. Petroglyphs credited to that period recommend that their makers were seekers on the steppes of focal Asia, living amongst Kazakhstan and China.
Zanskar is a high height semi-betray lying on the Northern flank of the Great Himalayan Range and experiences high snowfall during the winters. During the summers the snow melts but temperatures remain pleasant. This makes Zanskar a haven for the trekkers that want to measure the soaring heights of snow clad peaks.
The majority of population is a follower of Buddhism and houses numerous alluring monasteries like Rangdum, Phugtal, Karsha and Stongde. The serene and soul calming ambiance of these monasteries is something that cannot be described using words.