Lower Gompa Bomdila

Location: Main Market Road, Cona County, Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh 790001

Google Map:  https://goo.gl/maps/Am1ZRGQitHe6CLwp9

Lower Gompa Bomdila
Lower Gompa Bomdila

If you are God and nature loving then we got a perfect place for you. It is one of the best places to get a spiritual connection with God and to view mesmerizing natural sights. People also believed that if you spin the prayer wheel all your wishes will come true.  

What is Lower Gompa Bomdila?

This temple is one of the divisions of Gontse Garden Rabgyel Lling monastery or the Bomdila Monastery. It is a very much popular and a Holy place for the visitors and devotees. It is believed that if anyone spins the prayer wheel of the monastery all wishes will come true.

Who is the founder of Lower Gompa Bomdila?

The Bomdila Monastery belongs to Mahayana Buddhism. It was constructed by the twelfth reincarnate of Tsona Rinpoche. And the Lower Gompa Bomdila is a division of the Bomdila Monastery.

What is the history of Lower Gompa Bomdila?

This temple is a division of the Bomdila monastery or the Gaden Rabgyel Lling Monastery. The Bomdila Monastery is the replica of the Tsona Gontse Monastery located at the Tsona in southern Tibet. Mahayana Buddhism is practiced in this monastery, those people are locally called Monpa. The Bomdila Monastery was founded by the twelfth reincarnation of the Tsona Gontse Rinpoche in the year of 1965. He was born in Morshing, West Kameng and died in 1966.

Later, the thirteen reincarnation, Tsona Gontse Rinpoche reconstructed the Bomdila monastery by building a huge prayer hall.

The Bomdila Monastery was blessed by the 14th Holy Dalai Lama in 1997.

What is the inside view and outside view of the Bomdila?

This temple is not so big. It will take several minutes for the visitors to visit the whole temple. There is a huge prayer hall where visitors and monks came to worship. The main attraction of this monastery is the amazing Tibetan architecture and a prayer wheel. It is believed that whoever spins the wheel all wishes will come true. The outside view of the Bomdila is stunning. It is also attractive to the visitors for its incredible natural sights. The snow capped Himalayan view from the monastery gives a heavenly feeling to the visitors. 

Lower Gompa Bomdila
Lower Gompa Bomdila

Why are people attracted to the Bomdila?

This temple is one of the most visited tourist spots. People from all around the globe visit this marvellous monastery. Many devotees and monks came to worship in the prayer hall. Beside people come with a belief to spin the prayer wheel to make their wishes fulfil. Near the temple there are the main divisions of Bomdila Monastery and also the Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum. People get a mesmerizing view from the monastery. The outside view of the monastery cannot be expressed in words. it is that much amazing. And by visiting the monastery visitors will get a spiritual connection with God they came here with a firm belief in heart and this place is so sacred to them.  

Those who love God want to get close to God and accept that God will fulfil all their wishes, photogphry fanatics and want to experience the historic architecture of Tibetan, the temple is the perfect place for them and they are mostly attracted by it. 

Is it safe to visit the Bomdila?

Yes it is safe to visit the temple. Many people and devotees visit the monastery.

Bomdila Police Station

Are there any visiting places near the Bomdila?

After visiting the temple visitors can visit the Upper Gompa, Middle Gompa with R.R Hills and Bomdila Viewpoint. Travellers can also pay a visit to the Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum which is close to Lower Gompa Bomdila. 

What is the best time to visit the Bomdila?

The best time to visit the temple is during October to April. During that time the weather remains pleasant and it is a perfect atmosphere for visiting. 

What are visiting times of the Lower Gompa Bomdila?

The visiting time of the Lower Gompa Bomdila  is flexible. You can visit the monastery anytime. The monastery visiting timing is from 8am to 8pm.

What is the entry fee of the Lower Gompa Bomdila?

There is no entry fee in the Lower Gompa Bomdila. 

How many days this Bomdila remains open in a week?

The Lower Gompa Bomdila remains open everyday in a week. 

Is photography allowed in the Lower Gompa Bomdila?

Yes photography is allowed in the Lower Gompa Bomdila. 

What is the Temple timing of the Bomdila Monastery near the Bomdila?

The temple timing of the Bomdila Monastery is:

Day 

Morning 

Evening 

Monday – Sunday 

4:30am – 1:00 pm

3:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Lower Gompa Bomdila
Lower Gompa Bomdila

Are there any festivals in the Lower Gompa Bomdila?

Yes there are festivals in the Bomdila Monastery. The monastery  celebrates numerous festivals. Losar Festival is the major festival in the Bomdila monastery which is celebrated during the new year. The festival took place for 15 days. Besides there is another festival Saka Dew which is held in the fourth month of the Lunar calendar. This festival is celebrated to enlighten the Buddhas. 

Torgya, Dukpa Tse-Shi, Lhabab Duechen and many other festivals in the Bomdila monastery. 

If you visit the Lower Gompa Bomdila you can take part in the fascinating festivals of the Bomdila Monastery . 

Near Restaurants:

These are the few best restaurants near  Lower Gompa Bomdila.

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How to reach:

The Lower Gompa Bomdila is nearer to Bomdila. Visitors can take a taxi to reach the Bomdila Monastery from Bomdila. 

By Air: Tezpur Airport is the nearest airport of Bomdila . It is only 160km away from the airport .

By Road: There are many roadways to reach Bomdila from Guwahati and Tezpur . Visitors will get bus or other transport to reach Bomdila from Guwahati and Tezpur .

Bomdia is 154 kms away from Tezpur and 338 kms away from Guwahati .

By Train: Rangapara North Junction is the nearest station to Bomdila. It is 144 kms from the station. 

We wish you all the very best for your journey.
Happy Travelling!!!

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