A Serzang manuscript copy of the Tibetan Buddhist Canon written in gold, silver and copper letters is preserved in the temple. This manuscript was commissioned by King Senge Namgyal, a 17th century Ladhakhi king, as an act of merit. Serzang Temple also houses volumes of the Kandsur and Tandsur on the left and right side of the temple respectively. The figure inside the temple rises up to a box-like structure within the ceiling, which is viewed from a gallery at the top. Maitreya Temple or the Chamba Lhakhang and Chamchung Shrine are the nearby draws. Serzang Temple can be 40km from Leh by road.
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