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Amazing Place and must visit when you are in Dharamshala or McLeodGanj, around 25Kms from Dharamshala
Handicraft Manufacturing, Local Culture, Monastery, Temple, Tibetan Museum, nature, just awesome place to be, calm and peaceful
It is a great place with a beautiful Buddha temple, a doll museum depicting life of Tibetans, a craft centre where master craftsmen teach Thangka painting, woodwork, etc , a Zen garden and a restaurant. A must to be visited in case you are in...More
This place is primarily to preserve Tibetan culture n provide vocational training to the refugee Tibetan youth. The entire place amidst a garden is serene n calm. Buddha temple on the elevated platform is so calm n blissful. Place also depicts various cultural aspects of...More
I went with a friend and found the grounds so extremely meditative, with running water and beautiful trees engulfing the hotel temple and restaurants. There were rooms with young Tibetans doing wood carvings, thanka..paintings all by hand. It was beautiful to see the intricate work...More
An hour's drive from Dharamshala, the Norbulingka Institute should figure in your itinerary as it's definitely one of the best attractions around the town. Set amidst peaceful surroundings, it's a beautiful insight into the Tibetan Arts, Culture and History. The premises are well-maintained, clean and...More
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It’s a paid visit, if I remember right it’s around Rs.40. Per person. It includes a free guide to take you through all the sections, wood craft, painting, metal craft, doll museum, the temple, cloth patch work, etc. where... More
It’s a paid visit, if I remember right it’s around Rs.40. Per person. It includes a free guide to take you through all the sections, wood craft, painting, metal craft, doll museum, the temple, cloth patch work, etc. where you can see artisans at work.