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This was the largest Buddhist Monastery I have visited in a long time- much larger than the ones in Sikkim, such as Rumtek. They also have a special hall for tourists, where you can take photos. This is welcome- because normally in most Tibetan Buddhist...More
Calm and quite place, where sound of prayers around. Good place to meditate at times. Its like you reached a different world . No entry fees, only need to pay for keeping your shoes and for parking. A must see place if you are travelling...More
Namdroling Monastery in Byalakuppe is a thriving community and home to thousands of
lamas, monks and nuns, making it the largest Nyingmapa teaching center in the world. This is the second biggest Buddhist Monastery in India.
This is a big and well maintained Temple, a...More
After Dharamshala in Himachal, this place in Bylakuppe is the second largest Tibetan settlement in India.
The monastery here is a grand one . The grand gate is an indication of the place.
Buddhist monks stay here in the monastery. The Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery is a...More
Nice one. Out of few building one was open. Highlight was 60 ft tall three statues (buddha and two avatar). Photography is permitted inside. Shoe collection facility available on chargeable basis. There are some shops outside selling local and Tibetan merchandise.
On our way from Madikeri to Mysore, we took a short detour to the monastery. This is a quaint Tibetan settlement with a few shops & cafes outside the monastery, and a few of these inside also. The place oozes peace & tranquility, with the...More