“Nepal Sutras originally written on cloth banners was transmitted to the other religious as a prayer flags”.
According to legend describes that prayers written on battle flag for Gautham Buddha, according to local story the prayer about devas against the asuras.
The Indian monk Atisha (980–1054 CE) introduced the Indian practice of printing on cloth prayer flags to Tibet & Nepal.
Many traditional designs have been lost. Currently, different styles of prayer flags can be seen all across Peak of victory.
These flags are with bright colors and beautiful and their colors of flags are not show off.
Always these flags start from the left to right
The five colors are Blue, White, Red, Green, Yellow.
Blue represents the Sky, White represents the Wind, Red represents the Fire, Green represents the Water, Yellow represent the Earth.
Ladak Flag Faith Mountain is always open,but see the sun light view need to go at 5.30Am.
There are two main roads that connect Ladakh with the rest of the country, NH1 connecting Srinagar to Kargil and NH3 connecting Manali to Leh.
A third road to Ladakh is the Nimmu–Padam–Darcha road, which is under construction.
There is an airport in Leh, Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, from which there are daily flights to Delhi and weekly flights to Srinagar and Jammu.
There are two airstrips at Daulat Beg Oldie and Fukche for military transport.