Gompa is perched atop eroded 100 meter high cliffs. It's inner
chamber is an enlarged cave with one small south-facing window and
an entrance door on its southeast, communication with an outer room.
The inner chamber contains wall paintings that may date back to
the 13th or 14th centuries of the common era. A small chorten rests
inside the inner chamber with paintings of the Mahasiddhi, great
yogin on the ceiling above the chorten. Paintings of lamas are on
the southwest wall of the inner chamber. The outer chamber, a mud
brick structure that appears to have been added to the inner chamber,
contains lesser paintings that appear to have been executed much
later and a shrine.
Gompa Photograph Pages and Wall Layouts