Tawang monastery, near Bhutan, is India's largest and maybe Arunachal Pradesh's best tourist attraction.
The Hemis monastery in Ladakh is the biggest Buddhist monastery there. Before the 11th century, the monastery was there, but it was rebuilt in India in 1652.
This large, colorful monastery was first built in Tibet in the 9th century, but it was rebuilt in India in the early 1960s.
It was built to remember the 14th Dalai Lama's visit in 1970. It took four years to finish.
The Dalai Lama lives in Tsuglagkhang Complex. The Tibet Museum, Namgyal Gompa, Kalachakra temple, and Tsuglagkhang temple are all well-known.
It is amazing that it was built at the mouth of a huge cave, down into the side of a cliff, and in front of a deep gorge.
Palpung Sherabling Monastic Seat is surrounded by snow-capped mountains on 30 acres of pine forest.
Mindrolling monastery is one of the most important Nyingma temples in Tibet. It is pronounced MINH-droh-lyng.
It's India's second-largest Tibetan settlement. The prayer hall and temple's gold and Buddha sculptures are breathtaking.
Ki, Komic, Dhankar, Kungri (Pin Valley), and Tabo are Spiti's prominent Tibetan Buddhist monasteries. They have magical, dimly-lit rooms and old artifacts.