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Demul village

8 Fun facts about Demul, Spiti Valley

Ganado Demul is an Indian village located in Spiti Tehsil and belongs to Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. Spiti, Lahaul, Udaipur are the nearest towns or cities to Gangdo Demul village. As per census 2011 information, the village code of Gangdo Demul village is 012608.

From Demul, one gets a panoramic view of various peaks such as Cho-Cho Khang Namo, Cho-Cho Khang Nilda, Pin peak, Pasham range, Cho-Kula, Hull peak, etc.

The snow cock, although an elusive bird, can be sighted in this area.

From the Chamai Lapchai, a gradual walk of about three hours, with an abundance of medicinal plants and other flora of the Spitian highlands, brings one to the grazing lands of Demul village. En-route a place called Faisa Dunggo (4674 metres) is an ideal location to get a look at various medicinal plants such as Chey (Somlata), Bursay, Patish, Thama, etc.

Wildlife such as the Tibetan wolf, red fox and the snow cock can also be sighted here.

A temporary settlement called Doksa, made by the villagers for the purpose of grazing their livestock is an ideal halt for a quick bite for lunch. Just before the Doksa, is a place called Chomali Tanka, which is an ideal location for camping with a vast open area, also used at times for horse riding.

Homestays – enjoy a clean and comfortable sojourn in a Spitian house, with the opportunity to savour the local cuisine besides experiencing the traditional lifestyle.

Demul village is adorned by two langs (temples). These are not as spectacular as the ones you find in the rest of Spiti valley, though they are worth a visit. The langs are situated within the village.

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