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The village is etched in the annals of Ladakh as the summer capital of Ladakh in the 15th century.

The historic treaty called “Tingmosgang Treaty “was signed in this village between the king of Ladakh and the emissary of Tibet in the 16th century that settled the boundaries between the two countries as it stands today. The village is guarded by the Tingmosgang castle fort situated on a hillock, a 10-minutes climb from Namra.

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