Manjushri Temple, Ladakh, Manjushree Temple, Ladakh
Manjushri Temple, Ladakh, Manjushree Temple, Ladakh

Manjushree Temple, also called ‘Jampe Lha khang’. From a variety of studies of the iconography of the Manjushree temple, Alchi evaluated with that of the Sumtseg and Sumda Assembly hall. It has been incidental that the temple dates to around 1225 AD. Four pillars form the enclosure for the images. The Manjushree images are on a common pedestal, painted recently to give an overall picture of fright since the decorative scrolls are derived from the tails of Makara surrounded by images of animals, gods and symbols. The normal color endorsed to Manjushree images is orange, but in this temple they are represented with different colors.


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