Kibber Village

About Kibber Village

By Kullu Manali Trips

Situated in the Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh, Kibber is considered to be the highest road-connected village in the world. This place boasts of many features including some of the most unique, sparsely populated, wonderfully populated, serene, and secret landscaped areas of India. is. It is only 20 kilometers away from Kaza, which is a bustling area. Situated at an altitude of 4270 meters above sea level, this village is also famous for its natural landscape and many Buddhist monasteries. Especially the altitude of this village and the pollution-free environment make it an ideal place for sky gazers and photographers.
This land of gompas and monasteries is also known as Kynar, here various forms of nature are reflected. Sometimes the beautiful wildlife sanctuary in the valley and the scattered rays of the sun setting from the peaks of the high mountains to the valley make the valley wonderful. In the highest village in the world, the green crops blooming in the fields are captivating. Sometimes this valley falls into a deep sleep lurking in the snow. Sometimes the bunch of clouds is seen surrounding the fields and houses here, and sometimes this valley, which is called a flat snowy desert, offers amazing views on snowy nights with twinkling stars with twinkling lights of a few houses.
Standing in Kibber village, it seems as the sky is not far away. Just get up in the air a little bit and touch the sky. Standing here, one can get acquainted with the scattered gray rocks, sand dunes, and natural artifacts made on these dunes. It seems that some unnamed artist must have come to this earth, who gave the form of artifacts to these mounds with his artistic hands and then left after breathing life in these artifacts.
Kibber village is different from the world because of many things. The residents here lead a simple, noble, and enthusiastic life. It is very enjoyable to see the community life of the people who have lived there for thousands of years in such a serene area.
Kibber village is different from the world because of many things. The residents here lead a simple, noble, and enthusiastic life. It is very enjoyable to see the community life of the people who have lived there for thousands of years in such a serene area.
Tibetan Buddhism predominates here. About 40 houses of Tibetan architecture were built in this village. The local monastery of the village is of great importance for Buddhism. Because it was founded by Serkong Rinpoche, the guru of the Dalai Lama. He died in 1983 and spent his last many years at this place. Apart from this, there are many villages around this village which are worth visiting for the ancient culture and beautiful views.
Farming is the main profession here so that your mind will jump with joy seeing the lush fields here. Here the villagers either work in the fields or go to Kaza and do some work.
The people here are very much fond of dancing and singing at the cultural events here. And folk dances have a unique charm. When the girls of this place dance in their unique traditional dress, the viewer of the dance gets mesmerized.
The clothing of the Kibbers is also very unique. Both women and men wear tight pajamas (churidars). To avoid the cold, the pajamas are tied inside the Lham (a type of shoe). The texture of this shoe is also unique, its sole is made of leather but the upper part is made of warm cloth. The women here mainly use costumes like Hujuk, Toche, Ridhoy, Lingche, and Shams (names of clothes).
Wedding traditions are also unique in Kibber village. There has been a unique custom of marriage here since ancient times. According to this custom, if a young woman likes a young man, he meets the girl in a secluded place and presents her some amount of money, which is called 'Angya' in the local language. If the girl accepts this gift, then it is considered that she is ready for marriage. But if the girl refuses to accept the gift, then it is considered a rejection of her marriage. When tourists come to Kibber, they get acquainted with its natural beauty, unique culture, unique traditions, and Buddhist monasteries, then they find themselves in a new world. Memories of a one-time visit to Kibber are etched on his mind for a lifetime.


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