Welcome to the Golden Pagoda
The Golden Pagoda is built on plateau overlooking the plains at the foothill of the last fringes of Eastern Himalayas of patkai Range in Arunachal Pradesh.
It is built in Burmese architectural design and style. The Golden Pagoda complex is spread over 20 Hectares of land and the main shrine stands on a plinth area of 4272.58 sq ft.
The height of Pagoda is 17.60 m. The Pagoda CONSISTS OF 12 sub domes and the main and the largest dome is placed over middle portion of the main shrine.
Events at Golden Pagoda
The fairs and festivals in Arunachal Pradesh are a fine way to understand the state’s rich culture and traditional practices. An extension of the lives of the people of the state, the Arunachal Pradesh fairs and festivals are characterised by a lot of colour.
The Tai Khamti are one of the major tribes of Arunachal Pradesh inhabiting the lush green district of Namsai. The word ‘Khamti’ means ‘a land full of gold’. They have a distinct, rich and unparalleled cultural heritage which has till now remained unexplored in its total
Religion, mythology, and classical literature form the basis of most of the performing arts of the Tai Khamtis. Unlike some dance forms of Arunachal Pradesh, the Khamti dance is a dance-drama that reflects the rich culture of the Buddhists in the territory
Our Daily activities
Buddham Saranam Gacchâmi. Dhammam Saranam Gacchâmi. Sangham Saranam Gacchâmi.
Summary of the class and/or teachings of Buddha can be presented here.
Buddhist meditation techniques have become increasingly popular in the wider world, with many non-Buddhists taking them.