Tabo Tourism & Travel Guide

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Tabo Monastery

Tabo MonasterySitting peacefully on a hill is where the Tabo monastery is built. The most important monastery in Spiti, it still does not attract as many tourists as any other monastery would. To stay in the big rooms of the monastery in the winters is just an out of the world experience. The monastery looks over a small village that is as quiet and lost as it seems to be. Walls of the monastery are adorned with exquisite silk paintings called thangkas and precious Buddhist texts. The closest to the village of Tabo is Kaza, an emerging town due to its expansive horizons. Peace in abundance and solitude are just a few words that are still an understatement to the experience from this adventure.
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Tabo Gompa

What seems like a dull place from the exteriors is indeed a very beautiful place and one should pay a visit to Tabo. Located 40 kilometres from the Indo-Tibet border, this place is home to around 9 temples, shrines and holy caves and is extremely scared and popular among the Buddhist community. This place is said to be founded by the King Yeshe Od who belonged to the Purang – Guge dynasty and is said to have hailed from West Tibet. Tabo was set up straight at the crossroads of two trade routes that were used during the ancient times. The place is deceptive and is a beauty to behold for those who take their chances and travel here.
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About Tabo

What seems like a dull place from the exteriors is indeed a very beautiful place and one should pay a visit to Tabo. Located 40 kilometres from the Indo-Tibet border, this place is home to around 9 temples, shrines and holy caves and is extremely scared and popular among the Buddhist community. This place is said to be founded by the King Yeshe Od who belonged to the Purang – Guge dynasty and is said to have hailed from West Tibet. Tabo was set up straight at the crossroads of two trade routes that were used during the ancient times. The place is deceptive and is a beauty to behold for those who take their chances and travel here.

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Between October and March
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