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Bomdila Monastery
Arunachal PradeshA prime Mahayana Buddhist monastery in Arunachal Pradesh, Bomdila Monastery is a replica of Tibet’s Tsona Gontse Monastery. Also known as Gentse Gaden Rabgyel Lling monastery, Bomdila’s Gompa comprises a prayer hall for peace prayers, a Buddha temple and residential quarters for monks along with a study center for young monks who want to pursue monastic life.

Tawang Monastery
Famous as the largest Buddhist monastery in India, Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh controls seventeen gompas in the area. The commanding part of the monastery comprises three storied assembly complex featuring the temple and the 28 ft high Golden statue of Buddha. Also known as Galden Namgey Lhatse in Tibetan meaning celestial paradise in a clear night, Tawang Monastery is mostly visited and followed by Mahayana Buddhists. The Library in Tawang’s main complex preserves an impressive collection of ancient books and manuscripts including the famous Buddhist scriptures Kangyur and Tangyur inscribed in gold.

Surrounded on the three sides by Myanmar (Burma), Vijaynagar in Arunachal Pradesh showcases the relics of Buddhist centre. Around 17th century, the tribes of Myanmar - Khamti and Singfo migrated here and developed the Buddhist centre, built stupas and monastery.

The only site of Buddhist reverence amidst the aromatic brews of Assam, Hajo has a Hayagriva Mahadeva Temple which is considered sacred by Hindus and Buddhists alike. It is believed that Lord Buddha attained Nirvana here at this place.

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