Tak Sang Monastery
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|Building Type||collective housing, monastery|
|Construction System||bearing masonry|
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|Discussion||Tak Sang Monastery Commentary
"The Tak Sang cave monastery is...[a] major pilgrimage site, perched precariously near the top of a 4,000-foot precipice. Within it is the sacred cave where Guru Padmasambhava is said to have meditated."
Robert Z. Apte, Ph.D. Three Kingdoms on the Roof of the World. Berkeley: Parallax Press, 1990. p29.
|Resources||Sources on Tak Sang Monastery|
Robert Z. Apte. Three Kingdoms on the Roof of the World - Bhutan, Nepal, Ladakh. Photographs by Robert Z. Apte. Berkeley: Parallax Press, 1990. ISBN 0938077333. aerial photo, p8. Available at Amazon.com
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