JIRANG

Jirang is notable for greatest Tibetan Buddhist order called Padma Sambhav Mahavihara in Southeast Asia. It is arranged at Chandragiri in Gajapati territory of Odisha and 128 km from Berhampur by road. This place was named on the name of Acharya Padma Sambhav who spread the Buddhist religion to Tibet in seventh century. Jirang is generally called littler than ordinary Tibet in light of the fact that around 700 Tibetan outsiders came to Chandragiri fusing Dalai Lama in 1963. The religious network was started by Dalai Lama in 2010 January. The order is 70 ft high and has a 17 ft statue of Lord Buddha is there. There is moreover a significant statue of Acharya Padma Sambhav at the left 50% of Lord Buddha and a statue of Buddhist symbol named Avalokiteswar at the right side. Various religious painting of Buddhism, you can find in there. There are around 300 Buddhist clerics are living in all age gathering. Above all, the religious network is incorporating with green and significant forest and slants. There is an incline, which is look like a resting Elephant near the religious network.