Wanla Monastery is located in Wanla, a small town to the southeast of Yungdrung Gompa, in Leh district of J&K. Wanla monastery was built during the time of Lama Rinchen Zangpo, in 1000 A.D.
The primary attraction here is the image of the 11-headed Mahakaruna that stands to a height of more than two storeys. The walls are graced with the paintings of Buddha, Bodhisattvas (a person dedicated to achieving complete Buddhahood) and mandalas. A hallowed image of Chovo-je-Paldan Atisha can also be found here.
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