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Gyuto Monastery

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Gyuto Monastery

179 Reviews
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Head up into the Himalayan foothills with this full-day hike up to Triund a stunning alpine meadow and viewpoint, just outside of McLeod Ganj, Dharmasla. Your guide will meet you at your local hotel and escort you on the three-to-four-hour hike through thick pine forest. After a lunch at Triund, you’ll make your descent into town, with your guide on hand the entire time to keep you safe and on track.
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Atinder singh Virk wrote a review Mar 2020
30 contributions2 helpful votes
This place is a must watch you can skip the stadium but not this. This place is known to hardly a few tourists so you don’t have to worry about the queues. It also has a small cafe where you can have Tibetan food and teas
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Edwina P wrote a review Dec 2019
Sydney55 contributions30 helpful votes
The Gyuto monastery is a tantric college based on the Tibetan Tantric Wisdom. The monks relocated to Southern India in 1959. They often travel the world to bring their magical tantric chordal chanting to a wider audience. The bright yellow buildings make a stunning contrast to the majesty of the Himalaya which sits behind the monastery. The monks are exceptionally welcoming and allow visitors to wander through the beautiful temple and surrounds.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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raajwin wrote a review Nov 2019
Hyderabad, India13 contributions2 helpful votes
This monastery is a hidden wonder . though the Mcleodganj Monastery is well known because of the Dalai lama factor , this is awesome in its grandeur and and fully practicing monastery . It is a must visit monastery .
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Chris Maanas wrote a review Oct 2019
Miami, Florida57 contributions20 helpful votes
We were fortunate to arrive the monastery is the perfect time to join the monks on their prayer and chanting in the early morning, it was still dark outside at 5am in the morning, we were sitting at the end of the room, not allowed to sit on the monk benches, they were very warm giving us bread and tea and even some peanut butter for the bread. The most beautiful part was the chanting, it is an unbelievable experience, the vibration is so high that is hard to not feel you are levitating. We left 6:10am but the chanting were still in play. Recommendation: bring a pillow because it may be uncomfortable to sit long time on meditation posture.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Karthik Dharmapuri wrote a review Sep 2019
New Delhi, India13 contributions1 helpful vote
The architecture is truly amazing. Peaceful temple with many rows of buddha. when you walk around the temple, the locale is amazing with picturesque landscape
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Date of experience: September 2019
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