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  • Sani Monastery

    Sani Monastery

    Sani Monastery is situated towards the west of Padum, on the road that leads to Kargil. This monastery is a significant shrine of the Drukpa Kagyupa School of Tibetan Buddhism and belongs to its southern branch. A unique thing about this monastery is that it has been constructed in different ...

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  • Lamayuru Monastery or Yuru Gompa

    Lamayuru Monastery or Yuru Gompa

    Lamayuru Monastery, also known as Yuru Gompa, is amongst the biggest and oldest Buddhist shrines in Ladakh. This Kagyupa monastery is situated in Kargil, on the national highway that leads to Leh. Perched atop a big rock, this shrine offers a beautiful view of the Indus River that drains the ...

  • Mulbekh Monastery

    Mulbekh Monastery

    Mulbekh Monastery is a revered shrine, which consists of two ancient monasteries – Drukpa and Gelugpa. Situated in Zanskar, this gompa is nestled atop 200 m high hillock that offers a perfect view of the surrounding region.

    Both the shrines constituting this monastery are accessible by an ascending steep ...

  • Phuktal Monastery

    Phuktal Monastery

    Nestled in Zanskar's secluded Lungnak Valley, the Phuktal Monastery is an ancient Buddhist shrine that is associated with Gelug – the Yellow Hat sect of Tibetan Buddhism. This shrine is situated in a cave that was frequented by sages and scholars in the past.

    The present shrine was established ...

  • Rangdum Monastery

    Rangdum Monastery

    Rangdum Monastery is an old Buddhist shrine and monastic home, which is situated more than 130 km away from Kargil. Perched atop a mountain, it looks like a citadel that overlooks and guards the serene valley.

    There is ambiguity associated with the origin of this shrine – accounts suggest ...

  • Shargole Monastery

    Shargole Monastery

    Shargole Monastery is a small gompa near Kargil, which is perched in the heart of a granite cliff. The monastery follows the lineage of the Gelug that is a Yellow Hat sect of Tibetan Buddhism.

    An idol of Avalokiteshvara – the Mahayana god of compassion and mercy is present ...