Sang, Uttarakhand

Sang (Jadhang) is a small hilly village in Uttarkashi District, Uttarakhand, India, and claimed by Zanda County, Ngari Prefecture, Tibet, China. A tributary of the Jadh Ganga, itself an important tributary of the Bhagirathi River, flows through this place.

Sang
सांग
Jadhang
village
Sang is located in Uttarakhand
Sang
Sang
Location in Uttarakhand, India
Sang is located in India
Sang
Sang
Sang (India)
Coordinates: 31°09′31″N 79°03′38″E / 31.15861°N 79.06056°E / 31.15861; 79.06056Coordinates: 31°09′31″N 79°03′38″E / 31.15861°N 79.06056°E / 31.15861; 79.06056
Country India
StateUttarakhand
DistrictUttarkashi
Elevation
3,727 m (12,228 ft)
Languages
 • OfficialHindi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registrationUK
Websiteuk.gov.in
Jadh Ganga

Mana Pass and some of the nearby villages are Tirpani, Nelang and Pulam Sumda, which all lie in the valley of the Jadh Ganga.[1]

GeographyEdit

See geography of Dhumku, Nelang, Pulam Sumda, Sumla and Mana Pass area and geography of Mana.

HistoryEdit

Territorial disputeEdit

The valley of the Jadh Ganga is claimed by China.[2]

CultureEdit

This area is are inhabited by the Char Bhutia tribe who practice Tibetan Buddhism.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "India's border dispute with neighbors". aa.com.tr. Retrieved 18 July 2020.
  2. ^ 采编 (26 November 2005). "中印边境自卫反击作战史". 中国国防资讯网. Archived from the original on 26 June 2009. Retrieved 26 November 2005.