|District||Lahaul and Spiti|
|Elevation||3,200 m (10,500 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
According to the 2001 census, of the town's 332 residents, 235 were male and 97 were female. Four belong to scheduled castes, and 149 belong to scheduled tribes. The village has 78 households.
The village has a helipad, a post office, and a monastery. Travellers often stop for the night here; the village has a hotel, a mountaineers' hut, and a campground. Jispa also has a small folk museum.
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- Joe Bindloss & Sarina Singh. India. Lonely Planet (2007), p. 341. ISBN 978-1-74104-308-2.
- "Jispa". Himachal Tourism (2009). Accessed 22 October 2009.
- David Abram. Rough Guide to India. Rough Guides (2003), p. 523. ISBN 978-1-84353-089-3.
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- Sandeep Silas. Discover India by Rail. Sterling Publishers (2005), p. 187. ISBN 978-81-207-2939-1.
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