|Elevation||3,497 m (11,473 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
|2011 census code||862|
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 jewellery 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 ft).
|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|
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