Gorsam Chorten, Arunachal Pradesh
Gorsam Chorten, the oldest stupa of the region, is located in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh. It was built by Monpa monk, Lama Pradhar during 12th century.
(Last Updated on : 01/10/2019)
Gorsam Chorten is a stupa located in Zemithang village of Tawang
, Arunachal Pradesh
. It is one of the oldest stupas in the town. It is believed to have been built during 12th century by Monpa
monk, Lama Pradhar. This 100 feet long stupa is situated on the banks of Namjang Chu River.
Visiting Information on Gorsam Chroten
Gorsam Chorten stupa is located 92 km away from Tawang. Tezpur Railway Station
and Guwahati Airport
are the nearest to reach the stupa.
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