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One interesting thing that I found in Ladakh was the Prayer Wheels. Either there will be a big prayer wheel where one would do a clock-wise pratikrama praying for something or there will be several small wheels (like the one shown in the photo) where you would just pass through and touch / rotate the wheels praying for something. Whenever... 更多
You will see very colourful prayer wheels everywhere in Leh. Even you will see locals carrying and rotating in the hands. They have to be rotated in the clockwise direction. You will find so many prayer wheels of all sizes just outside all the monasteries. We can rotate them even when we walk. God Bless. At hotels and cross roads... 更多
Though not a mind boggling place, nevertheless , its a place that one must visit as it is very close to the Airforce strip and the take off of planes being sighted from this place is a great experience
This place is not far from the main market and you can even walk. You will see a row of prayer wheels and see people doing prayer. Good experience for us
Along the roadside, but such a nice reminder that you are in the land of the Buddha, where prayer is woven into the landscape! Just go past turning the wheel, and you may come upon some unexpected insights.
I went to Leh on 24th April and with in a weeks time I have visited almost all the monasteries in and around Leh and Ladakh, everywhere we can see these prayer wheels in different sizes, we have to pray and rotate the wheel clockwise, it's a absolutely blissful feeling, when we sit in silence after doing all the formalities,... 更多