History of the Palyul Choekhorling Monastery
The Palyul Choekhorling Monastery was established in 1980 by Venerable Rigo Tulku Rinpoche and it is one of the largest monasteries in India.
Attractions of the Palyul Choekhorling Monastery
Palyul Choekhorling Monastery is home to almost 170 monks, residing from different places like Bhutan, Nepal, Ladakh and Tibet. The calm and peaceful environments all-around of this monastery attract thousands of devotees from different part of India in the search of spiritual peace. Palyul Choekhorling monastery houses a carpet centre, an applique centre and a small tailoring shop within the premises. The entry gate of Palyul Choekhorling monastery is intricately crafted featuring various beautiful designs and within the Nyingmapa, there are six principal lineages - Kathok, Palyul, Dzogchen, Shechen, Mindroling, and Dorje Drak which attracts a number of people.
Connectivity of the Palyul Choekhorling Monastery
Baijnath Paprola railway Station is the nearest railway station.
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