The Famous Gaden Namgyal Lhatse, prominently known as Tawang Monastery was established by Merak Lama Lodre Gyatso in the year 1680-81. The religious community remains on the goad of a slope, around 10,000 feet above ocean level and has gorges in the south and west, contract edge on the north and continuous incline on the east. It offers a directing and pleasant perspective of the Tawang-chu valley.
From a separation it seems like a post as though guarding the votaries in the wide valley beneath. Tawang cloister is the biggest of its kind in the nation and is one of the larges t religious communities in Asia. In spite of the fact that it has the limit for lodging around seven hundred ministers, the real number of occupant lamas (friars) at present is somewhat more than 450. This cloister is the wellspring leader of the profound existence of the general population of this district.
The way to deal with the cloister is from the north along the edge. Simply close to the passage to the religious community there is a building lodging the manure gyur mani from where the water is gotten for use in the cloister. Toward the south of its is the kakaling, the passageway entryway. The kakaling is a cabin like structure with its two sidelong dividers made of staone. It serves as an entryway. The roof of the kakaling is painted with Kying-khors (Mandalas). The inward dividers are painted with wall painting of divinities and holy people. Subsequent to going through the kakaling there is a major entryway facilitate south which is with no entryway.
Facilitate south stand the fundamental entryway of the religious community, which is fitted with immense entryways and is set in the northern mass of the cloister. It is around 925 feet long and the tallness fluctuates from around ten to twenty feet. There is another door close to the southern and of this divider. It is fitted with a gigantic entryway. Close it there are two openings in the divider to see out through up and down the external side of the eastern divider associating this door with the kakaling. It is said that the yarn given by the Vth Dalai Lama to Merak Lama encased the region limited by the four dividers.
A cleared way keeps running from the principle entryway toward back of the religious community and prompts a stone chunks court. Religious moves and open air functions are held in this court. The whole eastern portion of the cloister is secured with sixty private quarter’s called (Sha/Hut) for lodging the occupant ministers. Each of these quarters has been built by a gathering of villagers on deliberate premise. They likewise do the repairs and are in charge of its upkeep.
Three storied building remains on the western side of the court. It is the standard khang (Library). All the holly sacred writings including. A long two-storied building flanks the southern side of the court. A piece of this building is utilized as store for the procurements of the ministers. The other part is involved by the Dra-tsang buk and his escort. A two storied working, on the eastern side of the court is called Rhum-Khang which is utilized for cooking the nourishment offerings for the customs and also refreshments for the ministers on custom days.
The most forcing working of the cloister is the get together corridor known as Dukhang. It is a three-storied building remaining on thenorthern side of the court and houses the layout and the Labrang (The foundation of the Abbot.) The internal dividers of the Dukhang. are painted with paintings of different divinities and holy people. The holy place involves the entirenothern mass of th corridor. On the left of the modify is the silver coffin wrapped in silk containing the Thankas of Goddes Dri Devi (Palden Lhamo) the guideline god of the religious community, which was given to Merak Lama by the Vth Dalai Lama. The said painting came to be known as Ja-Droi-Ma, which implies it had warmth of a winged animal, which symbolized that the Thanka was of a living sort.
An epic luxuriously plated statue of Lord Buddha involves the center of the northern side. It is situated on a stage and its body, ascending, ends in a colossal head over the primary floor. It is the biggest picture of the religious community likewise has a Center for Buddhist Cultural Studies where youthful ministers are taught Arithmetic, English and Hindi other than conventional devout instruction.