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Pangong Lake Tourism - 3 Idiot Shooting Point

Both the sunset and sunrise of Pangong are unique. In the evening, the lake looks dark blue, and in the morning brown, green, red, and then from noon to evening, the lake converts in blue color.

Pangong Lake Tourism - 3 Idiot Shooting Point

Pangong is Situated at an altitude of 14272 feet above sea level, about 225 km from Leh, the charismatic lake is formed by the sight of Pangong Tso. Its beauty attracted scientists from India and abroad for centuries, while the movement of tourists increased greatly as the location of films came here. But this lake is in the limelight due to the dispute with China at the time because the tension started from this lake.

Actor Aamir Khan's film 'Three Idiot' was released in 2009. He had a location, Pangong Tso Lake in Ladakh. Later this place became so popular, people started looking for it. Earlier in 2006, a few shots of the English film 'The Fall' and in 2008 Sameer Karnik's film 'Heroes' was taken at Pengong's location. Eleven years before 3 Idiots, Mani Ratnam filmed part of the song 'Tu Hi Tu Satrangi Re' at Pangong Lake. At that time nobody expressed a desire to know which location it is. It is possible that the minute shot of Mani Ratna may not have become the center of people's curiosity, but Ladakh Tourism also did a lot of marketing of Pangong Tso Lake on the pretext of 'Three Idiots'.

Pangong Lake Tourism - 3 Idiot Shooting Point
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Tourists who aspire to become Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor, they definitely visit this location. Three bucket chairs in red, blue, green plastic, yellow-colored scooters are definitely kept for a photo opportunity at this location of Pangong. So for a while, if you want to become like Amir Khan and Kareena Kapoor. There is a locality in the feet along the Line of Control. A permit is required to move here, for which the DC office in Leh is authorized, but the local people in the hotel where the tourist stay, arrange the permit in advance by charging some extra fee or the tourist agent sitting in Leh. If you have to do it yourself, then an additional fee of ₹ 500 and ₹ 20 per day is to be paid. So, ₹ 560 for 3 days. In Leh DC office, permit work is done in 1-2 hours. So, Tourist can enjoy there as soon as possible by having the pass. For children who are residents of Jammu and Kashmir or below 12 years, Inner Line Permit (ILP) or Ladakh Protected Area Permit (PAP) is not required.

Pangong Lake Tourism - 3 Idiot Shooting Point
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The Leh DC office is not authorized to grant ILP to citizens of Afghanistan, Myanmar, China, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. For this, permission has to be obtained from the Ministry of Home Affairs in Delhi. The Ministry of External Affairs issues a "Special Inner Line Permit" to diplomatic passport holder foreigners or UN members if they have to visit Pangong.

Pangong Lake Tourism - 3 Idiot Shooting Point

Look at the distance from Google Map, Pangong shows 224.6 kilometers from Leh. Upon leaving at 8-9 in the morning, you can experience the amazing view of the sunset. But do not forget that according to the day you have to stay Pangong, keep the food and drink from Leh. when you cover the way, it's almost sunset when you reach Pangong, looking at the Durbuk room book near She Mutt, Chantal. Some tourists leave Pangong from Nubra Valley via Wari La Pass. This path is definitely a bit long. But if you are from a four-wheel drive. Make the tank full of diesel petrol. Motorcycle riders are also advised to take stock separately. Taxis from Leh and Nubra Valley know, they have to make arrangements according to what they have to do, but public transport Ram is confident to reach the village. That's why all the trust rests on the private taxi operators. At 14272 feet above the sea level, such a natural charisma is seen in the world's lowest location. Perhaps overwhelmed by it, the Tibetans named it Pangong (magical) Tso i.e. 'lake'.

Pangong water turns into solid ice from November to March, despite having mild saline water. If you have the opportunity to go in such a way, then you can walk on the lake. Ice skating is played here in the winters. At that time - on the temperature from 15 to -50 degrees remains in Goong. Pangong is considered a tourist season between May and September. Pangong is a glacier-generated lake. A research paper was published in this issue by the University of Chicago Press Journal in the October – November 1906 issue. All the glaciers around Pangong were given by Elsworth Huntington in his research paper. A hundred and fifty years old documentary evidence indicates how much American interest has been in this socially important region of the Himalayas.

Between 1933 and 1936, the British hydrologist Hutchinson, who worked on biodiversity, did considerable research on the waters of Pangong which were published in the journal of the time. Later days also on the biodiversity in this area. A lot of research was done which made it clear that the glacier water around the lake, which came out like a bowl in the middle of Chhangthang plateau, maintains its watershed. Firoza stones are found in abundance in the Chhangthang plateau, which Ladakhis use in their jewelry and hats and sculpture. The Chhangthang Plateau is spread over an area of ​​1600 kilometers, the bulk of which extends to the Symbol Trench in northwestern Tibet. Pangong Lake has not only originated from the womb of Chhangthang Plateau but it has two more lakes. Tso-Moriri, 26 kilometers in length, and Chongthang Pathan, 22 kilometers long, is also provided to us by Chhangthang Pathan. It is both in Ladakh. 134 km long Pangong Lake has a maximum width of 5 kilometers. Its 65 km western part is under the control of India, and the remaining 69 km is in Tibet.

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