Dip Tse-Chok Ling Gompa is an old-fashioned gompa enlaced with a golden roof. It can be neared by a precipitous hill, overlooking the valley. The main hall enshrines a statue of Sakyamuni. Besides this, Dip Tse-Chok Ling houses two large drums
wrapped with goatskin. The gompa is renowned for its curious custom of erecting sand mandalas and the butter sculptures during Losar (the Tibetan New Year) and destroyed again in the next Losar.
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