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Rank2 out of 68 attractions in Leh
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Reviews • 9
We started our day with The Hall of Fame, maintained by the Indian Army.You need to buy the entry ticket priced at Rs. 50 and if you wish to take a camera inside then the fee is Rs. 100/-This place fills your head with pride seeing the sacrifice our soldiers partake on our behalf each day under extreme circumstances. There is a souvenir shop as well to pick some local handicrafts and mementos. There is a war memorial and the view from the memorial is splendid. You need a good 3-4 hours to visit the place in peace and not rush through it.
4. Pay homage to the martyrs of the Indo-Pak war at the Hall of FameApart from commemorating the Indian Army's role in Ladakh, the Hall of Fame museum also throws light on Ladakhi history and culture. On the ground floor of the museum, there is information about the brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the Indo-Pak war and on the first floor, the weapons used in the Kargil war are displayed. If you don't wish to go inside, the museum's exterior, with a serene Buddha statue is worth a quick photo stop!
Day 2:Place to Visit: Hall of Fame , Leh palace , Spituk Monastery and leh local Market.Here Start Actual trip. We hired a Scooty for local Sight seen. Driving Scooty on this dangerous road its self is Courage.
Visit Military Hall of Fame, a glorious museum constructed by Indian army. You can see biographies of eminent defense personalities, images and weapons used during Kargil war, Siachen and its heroes and their daily instruments and lifestyle of Ladakhi people.
At dusk, we headed to Hall of Fame- a museum maintained by the Indian army in memory of those who lost their lives in Indo-Pak and Indo-China war. We get a glimpse of their sacrifice in the chilly siachen glaciers and barren lands of the borders.
Hall of Fame is a well presented museum commemorating the various high altitude battles fought against Pakistan. The highlight being a 3D map illustrating Ladakh’s passes, mountains & lakes & a room dedicated to the lives of soldiers at Siachen displaying the extreme & tough conditions that our army men have to endure to guard us from ‘neighbourly’ atrocities.Notebooks, diaries of captured Pakistani soldiers were also at display – as I browsed through them, I so wished I could read Urdu – suddenly, there arose this immense desire to understand what actually goes through an enemy’s mind!
Hall of fame is a war memorial for all the wars fought in the region. There were war heroes and their stories since 1947-48 war with Pakistan. The feeling, as an Indian was of great pride visiting this place. There is a section dedicated to Siachen Glacier and the troops there. Just by reading and seeing the things one could understand the hardship that our soldiers go through just by being there.
This is a wonderful museum constructed and maintained by the Indian Army and is located near the Leh Airfield. We visited Hall of Fame on Day 1 and also on the last day again. It also has a war memorial and lots of information about the day-to-day lives of the heroes that guard our Motherland. The also play a documentary on the Kargil War which fills your heart with a lot of respect and national pride.
The Hall of Fame arouses the patriotism that every Indian has hidden. It shows the brutal atrocities of the Kargil War, how every soldier survives in those conditions and every aspect that makes you feel proud of being an Indian, or well generates a sense of respect in everyone who comes visit. The Magnetic hiill is just a strech leaves you wondering if its science, magic or just an optical illusion when you car moves ahead all on its own. N with the Sangam as the last stop, once again you end up relishing the sheer beauty of Laddakh. It's here that that the muddy Zankar river and the clear Indus merge and form the Indus river that flows toward Pakistan. It's also a spot for trying river rafting for the adventure seekers.