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The Chamna Temple

The Chamna Temple is located in Tiechung Ling of Chamna township in Menlin county, about one kilometer away from the local government. The temple covers an area of 5088 square meters, with the floorage of 7542.2 square meters. At present there are nine monks in the temple. In 15th century, the temple was built in a valley in Chamna, belonging to the Kagyu Sect. Later because of the earthquake, in 1953 it was moved to the present place, and turned to follow the Geluk Sect. Till now the statue of the head of the Pig and the statue of the Chamba Buddha of his childhood are worshipped in the temple.
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