About Kye Gompa
Kye Gompa likewise spelled Ki, Key or Kee - articulated like English key is a Tibetan Buddhist religious community situated over a slope at an elevation of 4,166 meters 13,668 ft above ocean level, near the Spiti River, in the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh, Lahaul and Spiti region, India. It is the greatest cloister of Spiti Valley and a religious instructional hub for Lamas. It apparently had 100 priests in 1855.Kye Gompa is said to have been established by Dromtön Brom-ston, 1008-1064 CE, an understudy of the celebrated instructor, Atisha, in the eleventh century. This may be that as it may, allude to a now crushed Kadampa religious community at the close-by town of Rangrik, which was most likely decimated in the fourteenth century when the Sakya faction rose to control with Mongol assistance.Kye was assaulted again by the Mongols amid the seventeenth century, amid the rule of the Fifth Dalai Lama, and turned into a Gelugpa foundation. In 1830, it was sacked again amid the wars amongst Ladakh and Kulu. In 1841, it was extremely harmed by the Dogra armed force under Ghulam Khan and Rahim Khan. Later that same year, it experienced more harm a Sikh armed force. In the 1840s, it was assaulted by flame and, in 1975, a vicious seismic tremor created additional harm which was repaired with the assistance of the Archeological Survey of India and the State Public Works Department.