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At an altitude of 2285 meters, the Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang with its rare golden chorten peak in the shape of an umbrella is quite a rare architectural digest in Bhutan. Chorten is a Tibetan term meaning ‘Stupa’ and is a significant religious monument built to represent the physical presence of Lord Buddha.
Nestled on the hilly edge of Paro and Dopchari valleys across the bridge on the Paro Chhu, this temple observes Tibetan Buddhism. It forms “geometric promontory” between Do Chhu and Paro Chhu and you can clearly see the confluence of the rivers en route to the National Museum of Bhutan. The temple stands as repository of Drukpa Kagyu School against the brown hilly backdrop.
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