Gyangong Ani Gompa, Arunachal Pradesh
Gyangong Ani Gompa is a nunnery located in Tawang District of Arunachal Pradesh. It houses almost 50 Buddhist nuns. The ani gompa was founded by Mera Lam Lodre Gyamtso.
(Last Updated on : 30-09-2019)
Gyangong Ani Gompa located in Tawang District
of Arunachal Pradesh
is a nunnery, which houses almost 50 Buddhist
nuns. The nunnery is located on the top of a hillock about 5 km away in the north of Tawang. It was founded by Mera Lam Lodre Gyamtso and was offered by him to his elder sister. This ani gompa is controlled by the Tawang Monastery
Visiting Information to Gyangong Ani Gompa
(387 km) and Rangapara Railway Station
(383 km) are the nearest to reach the Brahma Dung Chung Ani Gompa. National Highway
27 connects Tawang to other parts of the country.
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