Fire and Fury Corps in close coordination with Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) restarted the traditional cultural activity of hydrotherapy in the immediate vicinity of the Line of Actual Control at Hot Spring in Demchok village after a gap of two years due to pandemic.
The medicinal hydrotherapy at Hot Spring commenced on September 6 after the Koyul Lama had offered prayers seeking good health for all those who would visit the Hot Spring.
The event has witnessed enthusiastic participation with more than 200 people of Ladakhi community arriving from Leh, Choglamsar, Chumathang, Hanle, Koyul and Demchok villages in these medicinal and traditional community healing activities. Hot Spring in Demchok has healing properties and cures serious health issues related to migraine, backache, joint pain, gastric issues, skin diseases, blood pressure and ENT.
Traditionally the Hot Spring hydrotherapy is expected to be undertaken till October end.
This event depicts a great synergy between Fire and Fury Corps, LAHDC (Ladakh Hill Development Council) and Civil administration as the Indian Army always stands for Ladakhi community and works with Ladakhi community for harmony, peace and tranquility in this beautiful land of Ladakh (UT)