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Thrangu Tashi Monastery, Dhulikhel
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Take a hike to glorious Thrangu Tashi Monastery, where you can learn about Buddhist philosophy and join in some rituals. Thrangu Rinpoche founded the monastery and established the attached monastic school, which focuses on the study of Buddhist philosophy. Stand on the veranda and look closely at the richly decorated exterior, where you can see symbols of the five Buddha families decorating the curved roof in Indian style. Devoted to lasting happiness and compassion, this monastery allows you to explore its interior, where you can see a tall Buddha statue, with statues of five kneeling disciples in front of him. The profound teachings at the monastery inspire faith, with everyone welcome to join; you can meditate, join in some ceremonies, or just observe. Step outside to enjoy incredible views of Himalayan peaks and a nearby village. Make Thrangu Tashi Monastery a centerpiece of your Dhulikhel vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Dhulikhel itinerary planner.
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  • Full day tour with a private car (AC) and guide costed 110 USD and it was worth of it. The walk started in Dhulikhel and ended in Panauti (2 + 2 hours). The path went trough small villages and passed ...  more »
  • We walked from Dhulikhel to Namo Buddha. It took us about 5 hours but we stopped a lot on the way. The monastery is really beautiful, the paintings and carvings are amazing. The view is stunning, espe...  more »
  • Beautiful place. Much impressed the murals inside the monastery by its colors and its detail. I never before saw so many Tibetan flags hung as in that place.
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