Damusi Monastery in Biru County, Nagqu
Chinese Name: 达尔木寺
English Name: Damusi Monastery
Location: Located in Chaqu Village of Biru County, Nagqu
Admission Fee: Free
Opening Hours: All Day
About Damusi Monastery in Biru County, Nagqu
Damusi Monastery, also called Damo Monastery or Damu Monastery, is located in Chaqu Village of Biru County, 33 kilometers away from county seat. Damusi Monastery belongs to Gelug sect. The main buildings of Damusi Monastery includes halls, pagodas and celestial burial. Damusi Monastery is dedicated to Shakya Muni and Dpal-ldan-lha-mo(班丹拉姆). Different from other monastery, Dpal-ldan-lha-mo(班丹拉姆) here has two faces of good and evil. The celestial burial was built by living Buddha Baima Baizha(白玛白扎). Facing the south, there are three Nepalese style pagodas with colorful flags.
Damusi Monastery is located in Chaqu Village of Biru County, 33 kilometers away from county seat. Visitors can take long-distance bus or choose self-driving. Please pay attention to weather conditions. In the rainy season (July & August), cars often get struck in the mud and delays happen frequently.
• Traveling Seasons: All seasons