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Wandering around the Kurjey Lhakhang offers a chance to witness the rituals and ceremonies of one of the largest and most active temples in Bhutan.
Named after the print left by the body of the Guru Rinpoche, preserved inside the oldest of the three buildings, the temple complex is also believed to be where he first sowed the seeds of Vajrayana Buddhism in Bhutan during a visit in the 8th century. While the oldest building dates back to 1652, the second was constructed in 1900 by the first king of Bhutan and the third in 1990 by the Queen Mother, Ashi Kesang Wangchuck, providing an interesting journey through ages.
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