Gurudwara pathar sahib

Travel Story – Gurudwara Patthar Sahib

Gurudwara pathat sahib - travel story

 

The story of the differently named holy shrine is an interesting one:

During the period of 1515-18, Guru Nanak Dev was returning to Punjab through Srinagar and he thought of resting at Leh in between. According to a local legend,  a wicked demon lived in the area those days who used to terrorize people. They prayed to God to end their misery. The Guru heard the woes of people and decided to settle down for a while where the demon lived. Guru ji blessed the people with sermons and locals felt safe in his shadow. Continue reading “Travel Story – Gurudwara Patthar Sahib”

Brokpa – The last pure Aryan race and pregnancy tourism

Close to the bank of Indus river, in the high mountains of Ladakh, near the LOC (Line of Control) in Kashmir, there are some small Himalayan villages. These villages are inhabited by a tribe called Brokpa, who are said to be the last pure Aryan race. And women from different countries come to these villages just be get impregnated by men they believe to be racially pure Aryans and go back to their country with seeds of pure Aryan race. Continue reading “Brokpa – The last pure Aryan race and pregnancy tourism”