Dali Monastery, Darjeeling
Built in 1971, the Dali Monastery also known as Druk Sangag Choling Monastery is located 5 km away from Darjeeling Town, West Bengal state of India.
The monastery was erected at the time of Kyabje Thuksey Rinpoche - a religious Tibetan teacher, and is famed as one of the largest Tibetan Buddhist monasteries with white buildings built in typical Tibetan style.
The Dali Monastery which belongs to the Kargyupa sect is now the head quarters and residence of Drukchen Rimpoche the XII, who is the supreme head of the Kargyupa sect of Buddhists.
How to reach:-
Nearest Railway station: Ghum Railway Station, around 4 km
Nearest Airport: Bagdogra Airport, around 68 km