GA Notes:"Main Passes of Himalayas (Part-II)" For Railway & SSC Exams 2018-19

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Main Passes of Himalayas

Khardung La:

  • Situated in the Ladakh region of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. 
  • It is the highest motorable pass in the country.
  • It joins Leh with Siachin glacier.


Khunjerab Pass:

  • Situated in the Karakoram Mountains.
  • It is a traditional pass between Ladakh and the Sinkiang Province of China.


Jelep La:

  • It is a high mountain pass between East Sikkim District, Sikkim, India and Tibet Autonomous Region, China. 
  • It is on a route that connects Lhasa to India.
  • This pass connects Sikkim with Lhasa, passes through the Chumbi Valley.


Lanak La:

  • Situated in the Aksai-Chin(Ladakh).
  • It connects Ladakh with Lhasa.


Likhapani/Pangsau Pass:

  • It lies on the crest of the Patkai Hills on the India-Burma (Myanmar) border. 
  • The pass offers one of the easiest routes into Burma from the Assam plains.


Lipu Lekh:

  • Situated in the Pithoragarh District.
  • It connects Uttarakhand with Tibet.
  • The pilgrims for Mansarovar Lake travel through this pass.


Mana Pass:

  • Situated in the Greater Himalayas.
  • It connects Uttarakhand with Tibet.


Mangsha Dhura Pass:

  • Situated in the district of Pithoragarh.
  • It connects Uttarakhand with Tibet.
  • The pilgrims for Mansarovar cross this pass.


Mulinga La:

  • Situated north of Gangotri.
  • It is a seasonal pass which connects Uttarakhand with Tibet.


Nathu La:

  • Situated on the Indo-China border.
  • It forms part of an offshoot of the ancient Silk Road.
  • Nathu-La is one of the three trading border posts between India and China.
  • After the 1962 war it was reopened in 2006.


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