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Gyangong Ani Gompa

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Gyangong Ani Gompa in Tawang Arunachal Pradesh is a good-looking Nunnery, have concerning 50 Buddhist Nuns. The Nunnery is situated on top of a attractive small hill about 5 km away in the north of Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh founded by Mera Lam Lodre Gyamtso and was so obtainable by him to his elder sister. Thus the Gyangong Ani gonpa came into existence.
This Ani Gompa is below the organize of Tawang Monastery. The Tawang monastery provide for the everyday wants of the nuns and their monastery. The Location of nunnery and the traditions being follow here by the nuns remind one of a bygone era, when Buddhism was preach in a calm and serene atmosphere under the shades of a tree.

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Interesting facts about Gyangong Ani Gompa

Gyangong Ani Gompa, balanced on the top of a attractive hillock is nunnery, is located at a distance of approximately 5 kilometer in the north of Tawang. Being home to concerning 50 Buddhist nuns, it was found by Mera Lam Lodre Gyamtso. This nunnery was subsequently obtainable to Mera Lam Lodre Gyamsto by his elder sister.
This Nunnery is under the control and organization of Tawang Monastery. In addition, the Tawang Monastery provide the thing required for everyday wants of the nuns.
This Ani Gonpa is under the organize of Tawang Monastery and the nuns of this monastery get condition from the Tawang monastery. Location of nunnery and the customs being follow by nuns remind guests of the period of Maurya Dynasty, when the Buddhism was preach in the distant hilly areas under the shade of green trees.

Interesting facts about Urgelling Monastery

Urgelling Gompa is at a distance of about 3 km from Tawang Township and is reckoned to be the birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama, Tsangyang Tashi. The monastery was built in 1487 AD here and His sanctity the 6th Dalai Lama, was born in 1683 and reside in Urgelling Village. It is a little monastery that hold great significance for the people of Buddhist faith.


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