Alchi Monastery is considered as one of the most seasoned Buddhist learning focuses in Northern India. This heavenly cloister is arranged in the bank of Indus River and offers a separation of 70 km from Leh, Jammu and Kashmir. The locale in bring down Ladakh involves four settlements. Alchi is one of those villages and is accepted to be the most seasoned one. Alchi religious community is administrated by the Likir cloister.
The protected landmarks inside the cloister portray a one of a kind story. The landmarks are credited to a Tibetan honorable in the eleventh century named Kal-dan Shes-rab. The key parts of the cloister are the gathering corridor or Dukhang, Manjushri-the sanctuary and chortens. The sanctuary of Alchi Monastery has other two noteworthy sanctuaries, Lakhang Soma and Lotsabha Lakhang.