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Zong Dog Palri Fo Brang Monastery

Kalimpong, Darjeeling, India
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A nice Monastery

Zong Dog Palri Fo Brang Monastery is a nice Monastery in Kalimpong near Army Cantonment. The top... read more

Reviewed 28 November 2016
rinkidas74
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Siliguri, India
Zong Dhog Palri Fo Brang Gumpa – A landmark and tourist destination of Kalimpong

Zong Dhog Palri Fo Brang Gumpa (Monastery) is situated on the Durpin hill, Kalimpong, in Darjeeling... read more

Reviewed 4 November 2016
arghya65
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Siliguri, India
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28 Nov 2016
“A nice Monastery”
4 Nov 2016
“Zong Dhog Palri Fo Brang Gumpa – A landmark and tourist destination of Kalimpong”
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Kalimpong, Darjeeling, India
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Reviewed 28 November 2016

Zong Dog Palri Fo Brang Monastery is a nice Monastery in Kalimpong near Army Cantonment. The top view of the town Kalimpong is excellent from here. I had visited this place more than one times with my family.

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Reviewed 4 November 2016

Zong Dhog Palri Fo Brang Gumpa (Monastery) is situated on the Durpin hill, Kalimpong, in Darjeeling District. This is an old and nice Monastery near Army Cantonment. This Monastery holds important religious significance. The architecture of the Monastery is true Buddhist architectural style and its...More

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Reviewed 29 December 2013

This monastery has been listed under Darjeeling instead of Kalimpong which may prove confusing. It is definitely in Kalimpong and stands on Durpin Hill which gives it the alternative name of Durpin Monastery. It's not a particularly old monastery, opened by the Dalai Lama back...More

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