Tibetan Buddhist Temple in Dehradun

Tibetan Buddhist Temple Overview

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The Tibetan Buddhist temple is one of Dehradun’s famous landmarks and is known for its beautiful architecture, impressive interiors and peaceful surroundings. The wall paintings inside the temple depicting the life of Lord Buddha are simply spectacular. The temple was constructed in 1965 by the Tibetan community in India as an imitation of a Tibetan Monastery. Built with the aim to preserve and promote Tibetan culture in India, the Tibetan Buddhist Temple is built in a Japanese architectural style and the temples main stupa is 220 feet high. Spread over five floors, the Tibetan Buddhist Temple contains statues of Buddha and ethereal wall paintings. The temple also has an open air viewing platform from where you can enjoy 360 degrees view of the city of Dehradun. Another major attraction of the temple is a 130 feet tall statue of Buddha, which was dedicated to the Dalai Lama. The temple complex also comprises of a beautiful garden and a bookstore which stocks Tibetan books.

  • Opening Closing Time 7 am to 7 pm. The shops and temple gardens are open all days of the week, but the interior of the temple is only open on Sundays.

  • Entrance Fee Entry is free and open to all.

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Dehradun, Subhash Nagar, Clement Town