Friday, December 5, 2014

BUDDHA AT KARGIL

RARE PIC OF MAITREYA THE FURUTE BUDDHA AT KARCHAY KHAR ...KARGIL...
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RARE PIC OF MAITREYA THE FURUTE BUDDHA  AT KARCHAY KHAR ...KARGIL

9 metre high Rock Carving at Karchay Khar village at Suru Valley. Near Sankhoo at Kargil District of J&K State, Dist Kargil, India.

In ancient time, the major part of present Kargil was named as Purik. This name has been given by the Tibetan scholars as the people living in this part of the land have the features of Tibetans.  Drass is inhabited by the people of the Dard race and Zanskar has Ladakhi – Tibeto stock. The racial stocks of Kargilis are Aryans, Dard, Tibetans and Mongoloids. Kargil is a place where people of multi- ethnic, multi-languish, multi- cultural are living in.  The types of people are Brogpas, Baltis, Purik, Shinas and Ladakhi. The languages spoken are Shina, Balti, Purig , Ladakhi ec.  

ISLAM came here in 15th century ...As the Balti and Shina languages are written in Urdu script, Urdu is   common   in the area NOW.

The approach is very narrow, taking a snap of such large sculpture was great challenge. The entire place is carefully hidden inside mountains. 9 metre high Rock Carving at Karchay Khar village at Suru Valley. Near Sankhoo at Kargil District of J&K State, Dist Kargil, India.
In ancient time, the major part of present Kargil was named as Purik. This name has been given by the Tibetan scholars as the people living in this part of the land have the features of Tibetans. Drass is inhabited by the people of the Dard race and Zanskar has Ladakhi – Tibeto stock. The racial stocks of Kargilis are Aryans, Dard, Tibetans and Mongoloids. Kargil is a place where people of multi- ethnic, multi-languish, multi- cultural are living in. The types of people are Brogpas, Baltis, Purik, Shinas and Ladakhi. The languages spoken are Shina, Balti, Purig , Ladakhi ec.
ISLAM came here in 15th century ...As the Balti and Shina languages are written in Urdu script, Urdu is common in the area NOW.
The approach is very narrow, taking a snap of such large sculpture was great challenge. The entire place is carefully hidden inside mountains.