Daughter of the Spituk monastery and residence of the Abbot of Spituk, it’s a short walk from town at about 20km. Relatively modern, only a handful of monks are regularly stationed here. It’s well-lit, and the rooms are well decorated with painted frescoes of the Tibetan calendar, mandalas and rules of worship for the monks.
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Historical, Heritage, Pilgrimage