Most Peaceful and Tranquilize Monasteries of Bhutan:

Being a large center of Buddhism faith, Bhutan is full of beautiful monasteries which one can find in every big and little town here. Locals visit these monasteries out of their religious beliefs, but tourists go there to experience the tranquillity and solace that can be felt here.

Every solitude seeker traveling to Bhutan visits the beautiful monasteries to find that hidden peace in the stunning vistas, Buddhist chants, and simplicity of monks. You should also go to a few monasteries of Bhutan, regardless of your religious faith, and you will never regret it! Read on to know about these tranquilizing monasteries:

  1. Tango Monastery:

Tucked in Cheri Mountains, Tango Monastery is one of the most famous monasteries of Bhutan and can be reached after an hour-long picturesque trek. Your tiredness of trekking will fade away the moment you will enter this heaven-like place!

You can meet monks, learn about the Buddhist religious teachings, and enjoy snack and tea with unparalleled vistas here! And hey, don’t forget to ask about its history and the meaning of its name while paying a visit.

  1. Paro Taktsang:

Situated on a lofty cliff in the upper Paro Valley, Paro Taktsang is yet another popular monastery that is also known with the name of Tiger Monastery. You need to take a difficult uphill trek of 2-3 hours to reach here, but it’s totally worth it!

After all, this is considered the most sacred site of Bhutan where the famous Guru Rinpoche landed himself and meditated for three months. The natural views from this ancient monastery can’t be described in words. All we can say is that its beauty will totally leave you in awe!

  1. Rinpung Dzong:

Rinpung Dzong is a very significant fort and monastery of Bhutan. It houses fourteen amazing shrines; each has a unique religious value of its own. The place is a residence of monks and also used for administration purposes.

The Dzong also features a stone-paved festival ground where main Bhutanese festivals like Paro Tshechu takes place. The historical tales associated with this place are truly amazing. The beautiful scenarios, paintings, inscription and artwork of this monastery are peace driving!

 

  1. Tashichho Dzong:

Located in the northern side of the capital city of Thimpu, Tashichho Dzong is a very ancient and sacred monastery of Bhutan. The original structure was built in 1216 by Lama Gyalwa Lhanapa, but it was ruined many times due to natural calamities. The present structure is built by Jigme Dorji Wangchuck; who was the third King of Bhutan.

Constructed in traditional Bhutanese style without any use of nails or iron, this place consists of 30 shrines and chapels that houses monks and serves as king’s office. The two-storeyed building is praised by many skilled architects and tourists alike. The place is worth paying a visit for attaining inner peace!

So, you should visit all of these famous monasteries of Bhutan to feel that tranquillity which only fortunate people can feel in their life!