India is a place that is known for charming astonishments. It has an interminable cluster of occasion goals, for example, slope stations, sea shores, deserts, backwaters and so on. All these beguiling spots draws in a huge number of vacationers consistently from around the world. India has likewise an extraordinary assortment of slope stations for example slope stations which are well known as an undertaking site, slope stations which are prestigious as Hindu journey site or slope stations which are renowned for their Buddhist cloisters.
Ladakh, Dharamshala, Lahaul and Spiti, Darjeeling and Tawang are a portion of the slope stations in India which are worshipped as a Buddhist Pilgrimage site. These well known slope stations has some lovely religious communities which are constantly packed by Buddhist priests and Buddhist devotees.
Ladakh:- Ladakh which is frequently called as "Little Tibbet" is a fruitless bumpy district arranged at an elevation of 9800 ft above ocean level in the territory of Jammu and Kashmir. Maajor segment of Ladakh's populace is sharp adherent of Buddhism. The biggest town of Ladakh is Leh which makes them extraordinary cloisters of noteworthy noteworthiness, for example, Hemis gompa, the biggest religious community in Ladakh, Shanti stupa, Sankar gompa, Namgyal Tsemo gompa, Alchi gompa, Lamayuru cloister, Shey Monastery, Likir cloister, Spituk religious community and Thiksey cloister. These religious communities are fine archives of Buddihist thangkas works of art, workmanship and relics.
Dharamshala:- Dharamshala is one of the stunning slope stations of Himachal Pradesh. It is arranged in the Kangra valley in the Dhauladar mountain. Dharamshala is likewise called as "Little Lhasa" and it is the headquarter of Tibetan Government estranged abroad. Dharamshala is one of the most mainstream Buddhist journeys site in India. It is likewise the living arrangement of His Holiness of Dalai Lama. Consistently he spreads his lessons from this Dharamshala as it were. A portion of the devout religious communities in Dharamshala are Namgyal Monastery,Tse-Chok Ling gompa, Dip Thekchen Choeling Monastery, Tashijong cloister, Sherabling religious community, Bir cloister, Norbulingka religious community.
Lahaul and Spiti:- Lahaul and Spiti are two far off and infertile Himalayan valleys of Himachal Pradesh. These two spots are lying on the Indo-Tibet outskirt and renowned for their lovely Buddhist religious communities. They have unequaled excellence of high mountains, snow-topped mountain tops, rough shakes, passes, enormous ice sheets, lakes and bumpy streams. Both the valleys are renowned for impressive Buddhist craftsmanship and culture hill stations in himachal himalayas. The religious communities of Lahaul-Spiti has rich assortment of old wall paintings, thankas, woodcarving and brilliant pictures of Padmasambhava. A portion of the acclaimed cloisters of these valleys are Tabo Monastery, Dhankar Monastery, Tashigang Gompa, Kye Monastery and Khardung Monastery
Darjeeling:- Darjeeling is one of the beautiful slope station arranged in northern West Bengal roosted at a stature of 7000ft above ocean level. Because of its calm atmosphere this slope station is constantly packed with heaps of sightseers all through the yaer. Darjeeling is acclaimed for two of the world's most charming things to be specific Darjeeling tea and Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. It is additionally celebrated for a portion of the enchanting Buddhist religious communities, for example, Guru Shakya Monastery, found 8km from Darjeeling at a spot called Ghoom. The Guru Sakya Monastery is an old cloister of the Shakya Order. Druk thubten sangag, Bhutia Busty religious community, Yiga-Choling cloister, Yolmowa Buddhist Makdhog cloister.