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.
Lotsawa La-khang, a Buddhist temple situated in Alchi village in Leh district is one of the temples devoted to the great translator Rinchen Zangpo. The temple houses the image of Shakyamuni, the sage from the Sakya clan and to its right a small droopy-eared image of Rinchen Zangpo is also visible. The temple's walls adorned with paintings of Shakyamuni are stunning.
Sum - Tsek
Inside the Alchi Gompa is Alchi's most celebrated temple Sum-tsek. Standing on the left of Du-Khang, this three storey mud structure has three huge figures of four armed Bodhisattvas. These Bodhisattvas are placed in alcove in the side and far walls while the middle part of the floor is in use by a 14 1/2 feet figure of Maitreya Buddha with his upper right hand in abhaymudra. To his left and right are the white Avalokiteshvara and a figure of Manjushri in a vitarkamudra respectively.
Temple Du-Khang, positioned inside the Alchi Monastery is also well-known as the assembly hall. Du-Khang is Alchi's largest and oldest structure dating back to late 11th century and is mostly used by monks for ceremonies.
The most important attraction here is the image of Vairochana. The walls of the temple, dedicated to panch tathgats are decorated with six different mandalas centering on Vairochana. Along with various Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, goddess, fierce spiritualities and guardian of dharmas, there are also lesser divinities around the mandalas.
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