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Rangdum Monastery

Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Julidok, Ladakh, India / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Rangdum Monastery is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery belonging to the Gelugpa sect, situated on top of a small but steep sugarloaf hill at an altitude of 4,031 m (13,225 ft) at the head of the Suru Valley, in Ladakh. It is next to the tiny village of Julidok (Zulidok), and about 25 km north of the 4,400 m (14,436 ft) Pensi La (pass), which leads into Zanskar.[1] It is on Padum-Sankoo-Kargil Road, 103 km northwest of Padum, 87 km southeast of Sankoo & 196 southeast of Kargil. The monastery was electrified using solar energy in June 2017 by Global Himalayan Expedition (GHE) [2][unreliable source?]

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Rangdum Monastery seen from the north
AffiliationTibetan Buddhism
LocationSuru Valley, Ladakh, India
Rangdum Monastery is located in Ladakh
Rangdum Monastery
Location in Ladakh, India
Geographic coordinates34°3′36″N 76°21′0″E
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