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This temple can be reached through a long stair case. Locals bring their new born babies to get blessings from monks and get assigned their names by the monks. It is one of the oldest temples in bhutan and have been revered by all.
Located atop a hillock, this Dzong is one of the earlier one's in Thimphu. It is an old structure which is considered as the local deity for Thimphu. I was informed that childless couples offer prayers at this location to be blessed with an offspring....More
I heard that this temple is for children and babies. As I visited there, there were many children brought by their parents. It is not allowed to take a picture inside. The outside decoration that you can take pictures is beautiful.
This temple was indeed has very important role to play for new born babies. This local deity known as Genyen Domtshangpa is the custodian of all new borns at JDWNRH. Many births are given in this hospital. therefore, Domtshangpa has long list of new enrolment...More
Built, in 1499 by the 14th Drukpa, Ngawang Choegyel, Chimi Lhakhang stands atop a round hillock. It is also known as the fertility temple as it famous for blessing childless couples with a baby. There is a captivating history surrounding the Divine Madman, Drukpa Kinley...More