Kibbir Village, Spiti Himachla stock photo

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Stock photo ID:964095292
Upload date:May 28, 2018
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Kibber, in Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh, is believed to be highest motorable village in the world. The village is known for its scenic landscape and numerous Buddhist Monasteries. Situated at an elevation of 4850m, Kibber is resembles to the villages of Ladakh and Tibet. According to 2011 census, there are 77 houses in the village and about 187 men and 179 women reside here. The culture of Kibber is also to that of Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism. Key Monastery, which is the most important Buddhist pilgrimage in Spiti Valley and is located close to Kibber. The monastery is popular for preserving ancient murals, thangkas (paintings on cotton or silk), rare manuscripts, and wind instruments.