(Last Updated on : 08/03/2019)
Dehra Compass is a mountain pass
, which is situated in the Ladakh region
of Jammu and Kashmir
. Dehra Compass, also known as Kompas La, is quite debatable as it falls under Chinese control according to its location but acclaimed by India. The word Dehra has been derived from the Punjabi
and Seraiki word dera, which means camp; compass comes from the name of a survey officer, Kompas-Walla. Chinese government
occupied the Dehra Compass in the year 1961.
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