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Norbulingka Institute

Norbulingka Institute is nearby Dharamshala, founded in 1988, by Kelsang and Kim Yeshi. Its focus on Tibetan culture.
Kavita Sood
Just another day spent by seeing the fluttering flags.The prayer flags are generally seen in the set of five colors white, yellow, red, green and blue representing the five basic elements of earth, water, fire, sky and wind.It is said that they emit positive spiritual vibrations and the prayers are carried by the wind like silent prayers.That's the reason they are put high above the roof so that they flutter in the wind....#awesomehimachal #dharamshala
Akangsha Rawat
If you love art & Architecture, then must visit this place, they have a free guided tour of artiste making various form Tibetian art, which is so colorful & facinating. It's on the way to Mcleothganj from Airport, so you can save money by stoping by for an hour or so, rather than coming back for it all the way for 45 min or see it while leaving.
Shilpi Sneha
Norbulingka Institute was founded in 1995 for preservation of Tibetan culture. In addition to having amazing restaurants which serve mouth watering food, the institute is a heaven for photographers and people who want to have a little peaceful time. The Seat of Happiness Temple and everything around is so aesthetically beautiful that I spent considerable amount of time capturing images and videos.
Shalini Garnaik
Our first monastery was the Norbulingka Institute. It has an open air garden restaurant, shady trees and prayer flags all around. The gardens are japanese style with water streams. One can experience the pure form of Tibetan culture.There is a doll museum also. The place has beautiful architecture, paintings on walls, stone structures too. One should never miss rotating the churning prayer wheels.
Raj Trivedi
Spot 3 had to be the Dalai lama temple or you can say Norbulingka Institute. Temple restricts you to take pictures and hence i was not able to take one, but i do have one from the last trip.