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Coronation Throne Of Norbugang

Norbugang Park, Yuksam, India
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One of the most important locations in Yuksum

Simple monastery complex with very old relics & building. Its a must visit and take a guide along... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
ramrex
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Mumbai, India
Ancient spot right in the middle of town

Yuksom is the ancient capital of Sikkim. Norbugang hosted the coronation throne so the place has... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
shouches
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Pune, India
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Norbugang Park, Yuksam, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Simple monastery complex with very old relics & building. Its a must visit and take a guide along with you to know the history of the place. Listen to what they say about the stupa, the old tree and about sikkim.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Yuksom is the ancient capital of Sikkim. Norbugang hosted the coronation throne so the place has historical significance. The coronation throne is a short distance away from the center of the town and now there is a jeepable road. It is a quiet place hosting...More

Thank shouches
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The complex has a prayer wheel in a room - the actual coronation throne is outside (opposite the Chorten that dominates the space). The Buddha statue at the back seems new - there are no signs so we don't know who he was maybe a...More

Thank eghose
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Reviewed 14 May 2018

Similar to the Scottish Stone of Scone. Four (three in person+ 1 in spirit) Lamas came from four directions and installed the 1st Chogyal ( Choe + rgyal , dharma king) named Phuntsog Namgyal ( Rnam+rgyal, all directions King). You feel like a witness to...More

Thank ajitdas h
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Reviewed 8 May 2018 via mobile

Lovely place with historical importance. Coronation throne of the king of SIKKIM. It's a slight trek uphill but was doable.Do wear sports shoes fit for climbing.

Thank Cooltraveler18
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Reviewed 17 February 2018

Very ancient place,you could see how the First king of Sikkim ruled. Old pine tree ,chorten, stupa,foot print of Lama,prayer flags,prayer wheels,stone made throne,totally ancient and Holly.

Thank ooliver220
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Reviewed 6 December 2017

Very tranquil, beautiful, serene place specially just before sunset. The atmosphere including monuments there leave you in very peaceful state of mind

Thank analytic10
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Reviewed 19 June 2017

Coronation throne is also called the meeting place of 3 monks. This place has a lot of history as it was also the 1st capital of Sikkim. We had to buy tickets to enter here. It was a quiet and calm place, very sacred to...More

Thank RaKs24
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Reviewed 5 May 2017

The ancient history of Yuksam is here at this spot when the first King of Sikkim was coronated in 1642. A foot print in a stone is from one of the lama's that crowed the King. There are two ancient pine trees are adjacent to...More

Thank Kciff
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Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

Gud to know about the history of sikkim and there kings But very much silent place But we loved it with the big dharma chakra for rotating I think the government is improving or planning to Overall a peaceful place for some time

Thank kamal a
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