Pangong Tso

Spring 2013 - Volume 17 Number 2

 Pangong Tso

"Pangong Tso"

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Nandini Bakshi, MD

Pangong Tso, located at an altitude over 14,000 feet in the Himalayas, is an 83-mile long lake shared by India and Tibet and is accessible for only a few months in the summer. Its Tibetan name translates to long, narrow enchanted lake. After a grueling long journey on rough mountain roads, the reflection of the stark, barren landscape on the crystal clear waters was breathtaking.

Dr Nandini Bakshi is a Neurologist at the Walnut Creek and Antioch Medical Centers.

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