Tsechokling Gompa, otherwise called Tse Chok Ling Gompa is a religious landmark built on a lofty slope in McLeod Ganj. It is situated at a separation of 200 m from McLeod Ganj Bus Stand and 9 km from Dharamshala.
The Gompa is renowned for the fine Mandalas. Tsechokling Gompa is among the prevalent religious communities in the locale and is exceedingly respected for its social criticalness. This tranquil Gompa was worked in 1987 to reproduce the first Dip Tse Chok Ling Gompa in Tibet, crushed in the Revolution.
Home to a little request of Gelukpa priests, the petition lobby reveres a statue of Sakyamuni in a radiant jeweled hood. The priests who lived in the Gompa made two immense drums canvassed in goatskin and painted wonderfully.