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About Union Territory of Ladakh
Ladakh became a Union Territory on 31st October 2019. The Union Territory of Ladakh comprises two districts namely Leh and Kargil. It is renowned for its remote mountain beauty and distinct culture.
The Administrative setup of Union Territory of Ladakh is:
The UT of Ladakh shall comprises of two districts namely Leh and Kargil.
- Sub-Divisions – 6
- Tehsils – 8
- Blocks – 16
- Panchayat – 95
- Villages – 113
- Sub-Divisions – 4
- Tehsils – 7
- Blocks – 15
- Panchayat – 98
- Villages – 130
|Radha Krishna Mathur
||Hon'ble Lieutenant Governor
||Raj Bhawan, Leh-Ladakh
|Umang Narula, IAS
||Advisor to Hon'ble Lt. Governor
||UT Secretariat, Leh-Ladakh
|Rigzin Samphel, IAS
||UT Secretariat, Leh-Ladakh
|Saugat Biswas, IAS
||Divisional Commissioner Ladakh
||Divisional Headquarter Ladakh
Places of Interest
Lamayuru is on the Leh – Srinagar Highway, and can be visited from Leh (if you fly in) or on…
In Ladakh, you never know what surprise nature has in store for you. Pangong Lake, situated at a height of…
Major attraction of Nubra is the highest motorable road Khardongla pass (18,380ft.) majestic peaks and glaciers enchanting valleys and villages….
Two small, turquoise, high altitude lakes with camping sites, and views of the surrounding permafrost mountains are the highlights of…
Sankoo:- At a distance of 40kms from Kargil town Suru Valley is a beautiful destination with green land scape and…
Drass has become an important halting place for travellers going to Leh and Kargil. There is a Tourist compex with…
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