GRL Gompa Monastery- Bomdila

Feb 19, 15 GRL Gompa Monastery- Bomdila

GRL Gompa Monastrey- Bomdila:

“Genste Gaden Rabgyel ling” Monastery which is popularly known as GRL Gompa located in west Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. This Monastery seems to be like “Tsona Gontse Monastery” in South Tibet and this Gompa Monastery was constructed in 1965-66, by 12th “Tsona Gonste Rinpoche”. It is also recognised as one of the famous Lamaistic faith of Mahayana Buddhism.


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Tawang Monastery

Feb 18, 15 Tawang Monastery

Tawang Monastery:

This elegant Monastery is called as Gaden Namgyal Lhatse, which is popularly known as Tawang Monastery, becuase of the birth of sixth “Dalai Lama” at  that place . This Monastery was founded by “Merak Lama Lodre Gyatso” in the year 1680-81.

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Parashuram Kund temple

Feb 18, 15 Parashuram Kund temple

Parashuram Kund Temple:

Parashuram Kund Temple is a very notable temple, that which attracts so many devotees which is located in Arunachal Pradesh, India.

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Malinithan Temple

Feb 18, 15 Malinithan Temple

Malinithan Temple:

The Malinithan temple is called as Akashganga Temple which is located 12-km from Malinithan, West Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh is one of the best temple in India.

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Temples in Arunachal Pradesh

Feb 18, 15 Temples in Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Tourism

Arunachal Pradesh, this beautiful northeastern state in the country is called as the ‘ Land of Dawn-Lit-Mountains’ because it is here that the rising sun is first sighted. Arunachal pradesh has many tourism places.




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Temples in Arunachal Pradesh:

Malinithan Temple

Parasuram Kund Temple

Tawang Monastery

GRL Gompa Monastery- Bomdila



 

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Varadvinayak Temple

May 11, 13 Varadvinayak Temple

The Varadvinayak Temple is located at Mahad village of Raigad District of Maharastra. The temple is east facing and is bounded by figures of 8 elephants on the entire region. The northern side of the Varadvinayak Temple marks the mouth of a cow and is known as Gomukh. There is an oil lamp in this shrine which is said to be burning always since 1892. This temple also has the idol of Mushika, Navagraha Devtas and Shivalinga. There are 4 elephant idols

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