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This place is really historical and near to Mcleodganj Museum, one of the best thing about this temple is round balls. If you are going there then you should visit there. It is walking distance from Mcleodganj chowk.
This place is widely visited by most people. I saw lots of monks and tourist when I visited the place. The statue of Buddha is there along with Monks doing japa (praying with mala). Nice view of mountains. The day I visited was raining and...More
Visit HH Temple if you are looking for peace and serenity ... once you step inside the premises, you will feel it.The library and the museum inside is also quite interesting but remember they both close at 5pm
When there are teachings by HHDL the place is buzzing with the friendly, reverent faces of Tibetan refugees and Western tourists alike. When there is no teaching going on (which is most of the time) it is relatively calm and peaceful, so you can take...More
Nice peaceful place.. if you are lucky you may get to see Dalai Lama as well.. the temple is on a slope and you need to climb up the stairs.. so elderly may feel a lil tired.. the temple is surrounded by mountains.. so it...More
Entrance is free to the temple. Its nice, peaceful and serene. I walked down from jogiwara road to the temple. It was a nice walk with lot of sovenier shops and stalls in between. Worth a visit. The temple brings calmness within you.
How fortunate I was to be here the 2nd time, and this time was extremely blissful, greatful, overwelmed, excited, lucky, happy...... simply speechless to express how honored to have the chance to be so closed, cheek padded, hand held by HH the Dalai Lama!