A Tibetan Residence in Bir, Kangra
Adventure Travel Blog Magazine
A magnificent building stands near Chowgan Chowk in nondescript Tibetan Colony in Bir, Kangra. I have tried to capture highlights of the building that showcases many traditional Tibetan architectural features. Check the mini photo gallery.
Behind the black door lies a beautiful residential complex with cemented and open green spaces around soft orange and white color buildings embellished with several Tibetan signs, symbols, and arts.
Open spaces inside the Rajmahal complex
Sacred stones featuring mantras
A private shrine
The shrine is surrounded by sculptures on three sides. (L to R) A dhol (double-headed drum) player. A manjira (cymbal) player. A flute player.
(L to R) An artist from Bhutan at work in the gompa. A traditional Tibetan window.
The pond separates the residential area and the shrine.
Two different types of victory banners: one on the flag and other on the building
This structures houses the prayer drum that contains mantras.
Prayer flags within the residential complex
The statue of the sage