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In the Mid Of a Jungle

Labrang Monastery ( Gumpa) was constructed after having shifted the capital of Sikki from Rabdentse... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2016
savio_pinto12
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Mumbai, India
Centre For The Monks

Tumlong Monastery is a small monastery located in the tiny, sparsely-populated village of Tumlong... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2016
renthlei_tetei
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Mumbai, India
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26 Aug 2016
“In the Mid Of a Jungle”
26 Aug 2016
“Centre For The Monks”
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Reviewed 26 August 2016

Labrang Monastery ( Gumpa) was constructed after having shifted the capital of Sikki from Rabdentse to Tumlong , North Sikkim in 1826 AD and completed in 1843 AD. It is situated 38 kms away from gangtok and located on the flat ground on the hill...More

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Reviewed 26 August 2016

Tumlong Monastery is a small monastery located in the tiny, sparsely-populated village of Tumlong near Kewzing. It is a 2-hours' drive from Ravangla. In the beginning of the 19th century, the capital of Sikkim was shifted from Rabdanste to Tumlong, which then remained the capital...More

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Reviewed 1 September 2014

Someone said rightly "A vacation is what you take when you cannot take what you've been taking"..and then if you get a chance to visit this place as part of your vacation, you'll be refreshed and ready to take, whatever you were not able to...More

Thank Satarupa C
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