Jang Dong Palriffo Brang Gompa or Durpin Monastery is amidst the picturesque Himalayan ranges.
Established in 1976, this place is the brainchild of none other than the great Dalai Lama himself.
The Gompa is an excellent example of the intricate Buddhist architectural style, and the paintings on the walls makes an impression. What steals the show is the sacred Kunguyar here is also a massive draw for the visitors.
However, the cherry on the cake is the three-dimensional mandala in the main prayer hall.
This place has got something for everyone, even non-Buddhists. It’s a haven for those looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of life. The serenity and peacefulness of this place can instantly calm down any wanderer’s mind.
But, hey, don’t just stop at the Gompa! If you’re a wildlife enthusiast, you can head over to the Neora National Park or check out the flower nurseries if nature’s your thing.