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The monastery is located at about 11 km from the main Dehradun city. It is a very peaceful beautiful place to spend time at doing nothing - with all positive vibes around, you can just sit there and relax at any hour of the day....More
Went their with family last month. Impressive place. It was very hot but I think the best time to visit is in winter. Just sit on the grass and enjoy the peacefulness. Music in the temple is so soothing and innocent. Food and shopping options...More
I am not a devout Buddhist. But decided to go anyway.
The place was simply out of this world and very peaceful. The monks were busy chanting mantras which were the teachings of Lord Buddha's eight fold path. They were not at all bothered by...More
It's a peaceful place where you can go for a day on a visit to Dehradun. In Summer's you can go in evening. In afternoon some temples are closed. There is a Buddha statue which is the oldest.
Surrounding's of a temple are beautifully maintained...More
On my recent visit to Dehradun I happened to visit this place with friends.
I found the place to be beautiful and peaceful. The gates and the Stupa were brightly painted. The environs were clean. The interior of the Stupa was magnificent with lovely paintings...More
The monastery garden is where people sit for hours in the winter sun. The temple can be visited and one enjoys the silence and the greenery. It is a good place to reconnect with yourself. There are shops to buy Tibetan goods and also eat....More
We visited this quaint monastery nestled in Dehra dun some time back in October. An early morning visit to the monastery and the Buddhist Temple not only enhances the serenity one experiences but you also get a wonderful birding opportunity. The additional bonanza would be...More
Well spread out complex. Well maintained. Peaceful place. There are two huge statutes. One of Buddha and the other of Padmasambhavam. Both are impressive. The stupa is pretty large. There are small chortens around as well. Two large prayer wheels and many small ones...