About Sindhu Darshan Fetival
Sindhu Darshan Festival will coming for month in June.The Sindhu Darshan Festival is organised annually on the banks of the River Sindhu, at Shey Manla in Leh. Celebrated on the full moon night of Guru Poornima in the month of June, the festival is an effort to promote unity and communal harmony in the country.
Troupes from States where the mighty Rivers of India run, brought with them water from those rivers in earthen pots and immersed the pots in the Indus, thereby mingling the waters from all over India with that of the mighty 'Indus', the river that gave India its name.
The Prime Minister laid the foundation stone of the Sindhu Cultural Center last year and also inaugurated the new office complex of Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council.
This complex will be helpful in bringing out the unique culture of Ladakh region and its people. The facilities proposed at the complex include an auditorium for seating 500 people, an open air theatre, an exhibition gallery, a music room, a small library and a souvenir shop where Ladakh handicrafts could be available to visiting tourists.
The Sindhu Darshan Festival is an iconic gesture to the brave soldiers of the country, who endanger their lives to save ours. This three-day long festival represents River Sindhu as a symbol of diverse cultural identities and peaceful co-existence in India. The Sindhu Darshan Festival is a perfect occasion for people who live in far-off regions to visit and witness the picturesque beauty of Leh and Ladakh.
The Sindhu Darshan Festival is organised annually at Leh. The first time when this Festival was organised in October 1997, over seventy people from all over India had travelled to Leh for a Darshan and Puja of the River Sindhu (Indus) which originates from the Mansarovar in Tibet.