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Hanle Monastery or Hanle or Analy Gompa is a seventeenth century Buddhist religious community of the “Red Hat” Tibetan Drukpa Kagyu branch of Tibetan Buddhism, situated in the Hanle Valley, Leh District, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir in northern India on an old branch of the old Ladakh – Tibet exchange course. The valley is home to around a thousand individuals, with around 300 individuals living in Hanle town. The cloister is home to around ten friars while another 33 or so come frequently for petitions to God. It is just 19 kilometers or 12 miles from the debated boondocks in the middle of India and Chinese-controlled Tibet.

The principle cloister, one of the biggest and best known of Ladakh’s religious communities, was worked under the support of the Ladakhi ruler Sengge Namgyal (r. c. 1616-1642 CE) with the help of the acclaimed Tibetan cleric, Stag-tsang-ras-dad. It was the first to be connected with the Drugpa school that Stag-tsang-ras-dad fit in with and which, under the support of the Namgyal family, turned out to be critical in Ladakh, genuinely equaling the changed (“Yellow Hat”) Gelug. The cloisters of Hanle, Hemis, Chemrey and Stakna all fit in with the Drukpa school.Sengge Namgyal kicked the bucket at Hanle on his arrival from an endeavor against the Mongols who had possessed the Tibetan territory of Tsang and were debilitating Ladakh.Outside gifts set up the Tashi Choeling (“Auspicious Dharma Center”) in 1983 giving backing to occupant nuns (who numbered 47 in 2003).In a January, 2004 article it is said to have had just 10 occupant ministers with 33 coming frequently for requests to God.It is likewise home to the Indian Astronomical Observatory. The area of both the town and the observatory are exceedingly delicate because of the nearby nearness of the Tibetan/Chinese fringe and unique consent is expected to visit either by the Indian Government.

How to Reach Hanle Monastery in Ladakh :

By Air – The airplane terminal at Leh is the nearest one . Flights structure here associate with Delhi, Chandigarh, Srinagar and Jammu.

By Rail – The nearest railhead from Leh lies at Jammu Tawi which is around 680 km away.

By Road – Leh can be come to from Delhi, either by means of Srinagar-Zojila pass or by means of Manali-Rohtang pass. The courses are open just amid particular months (June to October) because of climate conditions. From Leh, three transports leave for Tak Thok day by day, the first at 10.30 am, and the last at 4.00.

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