Monastery in Ladakh

Some perched on the top hugging the hill, while others dominating the landscapes, there are oodles of tempting monasteries which showcases Buddhism cultures and stimulating religiousness, making Ladakh monastery tour remarkable and laudable. The Buddhist religion has a vital impact on tradition and cultures of Ladakh. Almost everyone in this beautiful place on earth is connected with a Buddhist group. And as a result, there are scores of monasteries all around. Most of these are world famous and apart from being culturally wise, they're an architectural delight too. In most of them, there are ancient Tibetan manuscripts, exquisitely carved wood work and icons of silver and gold. These monasteries are a rare site and must visit over Ladakh tour.

Think Ladakh and the first thought that will come to mind will be the Hemis Monastery. A famous monastery in Ladakh, Hemis Monastery was constructed by Stagchen Raschegn during the 17th century. This famous attraction of Ladakh contains many stupas, articles, lovely Thangkas and copper gilt Lord Buddha’s statue. Diskit Monastery of Nubra Valley is a treat for the eyes too. Enveloped by lofty hills, the monastery allures the tourists from all over the world with its architecture designs, peaceful environment, and the lovely Buddha statues.

Along with all these, Likir Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Phyang Gompa, Matho Monastery, Lamayuru Monastery, Alchi Monastery, Shey Monastery and Phugtal monastery should be included in Ladakh tour travel itinerary.

Ladakh Tourism at a Glance