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Bylakuppe

Bylakuppe is a place in Karnataka which is home for the Tibetan settlements. It is situated towards the west of the Mysore region in the Indian state of Karnataka. Bylakuppe comprises of various rural settlements, provinces are near one another, and has a large number of religious communities and sanctuaries in all the significant Tibetan Buddhist customs. The twin town Kushalanagar is around 6 kilometers from Bylakuppe. Bylakuppe also imparts the outskirt to Eastern part of Coorg district. Bylakuppe is arranged on the state interstate 88 (now NH 275) and is all around joined with the vast majority of the real urban communities in south India. Transport offices are accessible from popular towns like Chennai, Bengaluru, Mysuru, Mangaluru, Panaji, etc. PAP (Protected Area Permit) is compulsory for outsiders for staying here, it can take up to three months to be issued. This place can be the best option for a short trip.
Shweta Yadav
After breakfast we headed for Coorg around 7.00 am. On the way we visited Bylakuppe bhuddhist Temple. ( from Bangalore- 5 hrs).This is the centre of Tibetan Buddhism in South India.The monastery is popularly known as Golden temple owing to the golden paintings crafted on the monastery.
Kakuli
So it was an early 7:30 AM Bus from Majestic. I reach Kushal Nagar – Book an auto and the first place I visit is the Monastery.I have personally been to Bandel Church in Kolkata, Gurudwara in Ulsoor, Bangalore, a dozen temples, and I eagerly wanted to see over 2500 monks chant in this Monastery.My hopes soared as I entered the monastery and I was not disappointed at all.
Sahil Verma
A charming Tibetan settlement. The people are agreeable and so is the food. Even while asking directions on the road you will be greeted with a smile so warm that it will throw you off. We fell in love with the beef momos at Camp 1.
We reached our destination after an hour. We went in, saw those prayers and rituals,  took some really nice pictures. After spending an hour or so, we headed our way back to Mysore, that's were we booked our room.
Vishnuram M
It's one of the Tibetan Settlement in India. It's located in the Foothills of Coorg. One can get to know the Tibetan's culture by visiting this place. It's located 33km from Coorg and 88km from Mysore. It's one of the main Tourist attraction. The serene nature makes everyone fall in love with this place. The Cleanliness and Maintenance of this place is top notch. There are many shops in which they sell Tibetan artefacts. We reached our destination after an hour. We went in, saw those rituals and prayers, took some really nice pictures. After spending an hour or so, we headed our way back to Mysore, that's were we booked our room.