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Hemis Gompa existed before 11C. It was re-established in 17C by Ladakhi king Sengge Namgyak & is Ladakhi's wealthiest & best known monastery.

Fading courtyard paintings

Credit: Diana Mayfield
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Hemis Gompa existed before 11C. It was re-established in 17C by Ladakhi king Sengge Namgyak & is Ladakhi's wealthiest & best known monastery.
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