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If you can find some time, you must do this. If you are more than a tourist you must do this. FInd... read more

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Buddhist Pray palace

this a way of pray by Buddha people. we stay here just 10 minute, can explore there culture. during... read more

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Fort Road, Leh, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you can find some time, you must do this. If you are more than a tourist you must do this. FInd time to observe the prayer wheels of the main bazaar. it is such a mesmerising and calming sight to see monks, locals, and...More

Thank AdvisorAV
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

this a way of pray by Buddha people. we stay here just 10 minute, can explore there culture. during pray, roll with hand this rolls.

Thank mimi_mechosem
Reviewed 13 October 2017

During our vacation in Leh, we have come across multiple big and small prayer wheels which are very popular with the religious minded local community here. This prayer wheels have religious inscriptions all over them and it is considered auspicious to rotate this prayer wheels....More

Thank Kaushik G
Reviewed 3 October 2017

you will find these everywhere. some monasteries and a long line of them, has religious significance

Thank Shoeabs
Reviewed 17 September 2017

The prayer wheels can be found anywhere in leh. From big prayer wheels which are present beside road to smaller one present in market. Do say "Om Mane Padme Hum" while rotating it clockwise. People at leh do so wherever they see it.

Thank Chiragjain17
Reviewed 15 September 2017

There is no specific location you need to go to see Prayer Wheels. Inscribed with mantras these wheels are present all over the town (near Old Bus Stand, Moti market, Tibetean market). As per Buddhist tradition, spinning these wheels will have the same meritorious effect...More

Thank Deepak C
Reviewed 21 August 2017

I almost touched every prayer wheel I saw in Leh and monasteries. Got excited whenever I watch them. It gives you peace and makes you calm. It has mantra written and one round means one mantra was said and hence your prayer.

Thank ruchi_smile
Reviewed 18 August 2017

the most common rituals one would find in the region. And tourist generally buys the stuff for family and friends. It has been written with the mantra "OM MAA NI PADME HUM" which isi very similar to "OM NMAH SHIVAY"

Thank Siddharthg86
Reviewed 5 August 2017

This place is worth visiting only because of its depiction of local culture and traditions. Simple and peaceful.

Thank rjain2029
Reviewed 1 August 2017

As soon as you enter the Leh you see many many Prayer Wheel, you should spin the wheels from Right to left, in some places we can see very big size prayer wheels, according to the locals if you wish something in your mind and...More

Thank Rajashekhar K
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