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“Serene, Tranquil Monastery in the quaint peaceful surroundings”

Namdroling Monastery
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Reviewed 6 April 2018

The Dharmachakra can be seen from Miles away. Car parking is not difficult but little hassle prone, as the way to the Parking ground is a rather narrow strip. Watch the entry gate resplendent in bright Gold and Red. Once inside the main prayer hall, the statue of Lord Buddha is mesmerizing. Also the intricate carving and paintings on the doors, ceilings, columns are a must see. Liked the serene and tranquil ambience. Watch out for the Tibetan lunch houses on both sides of the approach road. They are good.

Thank Asesh_Deb
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Reviewed 6 April 2018

Peace and tranquility in the whole area. This is an amazing place that you should visit if you are visiting coorg.

Thank Govindan P
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

well maintained as expected, awe-inspiring, we visited the place as a local attraction. the only downside being we tourist with our noisy, selfie clicking, chatting selves.

there is a Tibetian market in the vicinity selling mostly Chinese nick nacks and Tibetan souveniers

adequate parking is available.

this monastery is off the highway and is a 10 min drive up a winding roading.

take caution to stow away footwear at the footwear stow and remember to pick up your coupon.

its a monastery and hence reverent silence is expected.

Thank amrit r
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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

No updates were available anywhere about it being closed for renovation. Has a canteen with varieties of tea. Check yourself as Chai's choice of taste varies person to person.

Thank ASN2015
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Largest Monastery and teaching center belonging to Nyingma Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and one of the oldest

Thank Vineeth M
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