Spiti Valley is a Heaven on the Earth surrounded by most beautiful snowy mountains, Rivers and religious remembrance.
Spiti Valley is the most beautiful tourist destination; Spiti Valley is bordering with Leh – Ladakh & Tibbet. However the area cuts off for six month every year due to heavy snowfall on Rohtang Pass Mountains. Because the Spiti Valley located beyond Rohtang pass, 196 kilometer from Manali and there is approachable road to Spiti Valley going only via Rohtang Pass. Usually it closes around mid of November till 15th of May. However a “Tunnel road” has been made from Solang Valley of Manali to Lahaul – Spiti, it completed in 2018, but it is not publically allowed yet. Despite heavy snowfall every year in winter season, the place attracts the tourists from all over the world. That’s why families, Student Groups, couples can be seen all around in Spiti Valley. Spiti Valley is on Himalaya Pervata so the greenery is seen rarely in the area. There is cold desert all around and white snow capped high mountains magnifying its beauty.
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History of Spiti Valley
It believed that local rulers were ruled on Spiti Valley for many centuries. They were known as their name “Nonos”. Spiti was given to the son of the Kink of Ladakh in 10th century. They ruled on Spiti for long time. Spiti got freedom in 16th century after the war of Tibbet and Ladakh in 1685. Later Spity ruled by local ruler again for long time. Hindu and Bodh religion peoples are living in the Valley, this is the reason that many ancient Hindi Temples and Bodh Monasteries still exists in the region. But there is majority of Bodh religion people so it called land of Lama’s. Now the Spiti Valley is a part of District Lahaul if Himachal Pradesh made after independence of India.
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