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The kwawalung monastery is very beautiful. The monks are really nice and friendly. We stayed for 2 weeks teaching English to the 8-16 year old monks. We arranged it via InspireNepal and can recommend it very much! There were about 6-8 other volunteers so preparation...More
We have visited the Monastery. The area is so quite with great views of the mountains. We assisted to some meditations with the monks and we wanna come back!! They were very welcoming and funny. The Monastery is so beautiful and they love to talk...More
I stayed here for roughly a week just to catch a local monastery experience in Boudha. It was a wonderful experience. Basic, but incredibly cheap, the food is plentiful, and the monks - both those running the place and living here - were fantastic! A...More
This monastery is open in 2005, founded by Lama Jigme Dorjee. It includes a school for Buddhist studies and retreat. The monastery boasts many beautiful wall paintings and has rich Tibetan heritage. Do make a visit here if you are at Bodhnath Stupa or Hyatt...More
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Is this temple still standing please?
UNESCO and The Archeological Survey of India have not released a list of temples and locations, lost in the quake.
If travellers could photograph and post on the corresponding listings, of what is;
This will help the world learn of what is lost and what is not.
Loving kindness to all in Nepal.
Om shanti shanti shanti