Alchi Monastery or Alchi Gompa is a Buddhist monastery, known more as a monastic complex chos khorof temples in Alchi in the Leh District, of the Indian state under the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council of Jammu and Kashmir. The complex includes 4 separate settlements within the Alchi village within the lower Ladakh area with monuments dated to at least one-of-a-type periods. Of the ones four hamlets, Alchi monastery is stated to be the oldest and maximum famous. It is administered through the Likir Monastery.
The monuments in the ones three villages are said to be of particular fashion and workmanship’, however the Alchi monastic complicated is the excellent diagnosed. The monastery complicated became constructed, in step with nearby manner of life, through the notable translator Guru Rinchen Zangpo between 958 and 1055. However, inscriptions in the preserved monuments ascribe it to a Tibetan noble called Kal-dan Shes-rab later within the 11th century.
Dukhang or Assembly Hall and the Main Temple gTsug-lag-khang, that's a 3-storied temple known as the Sumtseg, are constructed in Kashmiri fashion as seen in masses of monasteries; the 1/3 temple is known as the Manjushri Temple Chortens are also an critical a part of the complex.