Mount Gya

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Mount Gya (simplified Chinese: 6795高地; traditional Chinese: 6795高地 ; Standard Tibetan: ???32°32′14.4″N 78°23′37.3″E / 32.537333°N 78.393694°E / 32.537333; 78.393694),is a 6795 m high peak at the tri-junction of Tibet (China), Ladakh (India) and Himachal Pradesh (India). ‘Gya’ meant many things including ‘Hundred’, ‘White’, ‘Long pointed Chinese beard’ etc.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sqd. Ldr. A. K. SINGH (2009-01-04). "THE CONTINUING STORY OF GYA". himalayanclub. Retrieved 2009-01-04.