|State||Jammu and Kashmir|
|Elevation||3,497 m (11,473 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|2011 census code||862|
The village is home to the 14th century Stok Monastery, with its seated Buddha statue, built in 2015. Stok's 19th century palace is the current residence of the former royal family of Ladakh. Within the palace, a museum contains the shrine, crown, ceremonial dress and jewelry of the Ladakhi king. Siddhartha School is located at the northernmost edge of the village.
Stok is located at  It has an average elevation of 3,364 metres (11,037 feet)..
|Children aged below 6 years||151||72||79|
|Main workers (total)||529||345||184|
|Main workers: Cultivators||209||136||73|
|Main workers: Agricultural labourers||2||1||1|
|Main workers: Household industry workers||6||6||0|
|Main workers: Other||312||202||110|
|Marginal workers (total)||60||44||16|
|Marginal workers: Cultivators||24||17||7|
|Marginal workers: Agricultural labourers||5||2||3|
|Marginal workers: Household industry workers||1||1||0|
|Marginal workers: Others||30||24||6|
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Stok Monastery.|
- "Blockwise Village Amenity Directory" (PDF). Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council. Retrieved 2015-07-23.
- Falling Rain Genomics, Inc - Stok
- "Leh district census". 2011 Census of India (Directorate of Census Operations). Retrieved 2015-07-23.
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