Ringpung Dzong



Paro Dzong or Ringpung Dzong meaning ” Fortress on a Heap of Jewels, Hold its history Starting from late 8th century in times of Guru Rinpochea and in 1644 it was Constructed on its remaining ruins Foundation in the Order of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal

The Dzong Holds an Very Unique art work in Bhutanese History and remarkable hand work of bhutanese Ancestor. Fortress House to an remarkable Statue of 11 head Avalokitesvara and the Buddhist School for 200 Monks.


Beyond  the fortress locates the TA DZONG which is mainly Acts as the as watch Tower for the invader from Tibet in olden days. Today It is a Museum and it house to many valuable treasure and relics. Ta Dzong is also an remarkable art work since it was built in the shape of conch shell.


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