(Last Updated on : 28/02/2019)
Clement Town Stupa is situated in Clement town of Dehradun district
. This Tibetan settlement is the largest stupa
of the world. It is a part of the Mindroling Monastrey
of Tibet. Clement Town Stupa was inaugurated in 28th October in the year 2002. Clement town stupa is popularly known as the Great Stupa, which was constructed for world peace
Structure of Clement Town Stupa
The stupa is 185 ft in length and 100 sq ft in width with a two-acre lush green garden around it. The architecture
of the stupa is a magnificent example of Buddhist art
. Shrine rooms with elaborate murals
are executed in the finest tradition of Tibetan Buddhist art. There is a 103 feet high statue of Buddha
which is dedicated to Dalai Lama.
Visiting Information to Clement Town Stupa
and Dehradun railway station
are the nearest to the spot. Clement Town Stupa can also be reached by road via National Highway
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