Last year in Keylong, on a whim I had decided to trek all by myself to Zanskar. Upon reaching Purne, my tattered state was realised and I decided to take it slow and explore the remote cave monastery of Phugtal (also sometimes spelt as Phuktal). The path was treacherous and a swaying bridge had almost blown me away.
Read : Stunning experiences from the most remote monastery in the world
A collection of candid moments with the cool monks of Phugtal Gompa.
As always, one of the best for the last.
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12 thoughts on “Lamas at Phuktal (Phugtal) Monastery”
One of the amazing stories… Super like!
Thanks Inder. Glad you like it. Did you end up going to Kheerganga?
fabulous pictures! <3 Love the cap too 😀 The monastery looks so idyllic and serene! 🙂
Yayayaya, dancing! Thank you D. I am so glad I went all by myself had a memorable experience. Where are you heading now?
as of now no travel plans. taken a voluntary break. using this time to document pending blogs 🙂
Pose in hat ?
Hahah, the lamas are cool like that!