Stok Palace

Stok Palace monastery Leh Ladakh India
The Stok Palace was the second home to the Ladakh royal families after the King was dethroned by the Dogras. The Stok Palace Ladakh was initiated in the year 1814, as the safe haven to the royal clan and was positioned on the opposite side of Leh beside the Indus River Bank. This Ladakh monastery turned palace is the only colonized palace, the other two - Leh and Shey Palace are in ruins of times.

The Stok Palace is decked with more than 80 rooms with only 5 rooms being open to the public. The Stok Palace museum Ladakh has an exceptional put on show of tangkhas, old weapons, kings' armour, queens' ornaments and perak (turquoise-studded head gear), traditional clothing and silver jewellery.

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