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Question 1: [3] The courtyard mural depicts Tsong Khapa, the Buddha, ________, Palden Lhamo and Mahakala.
PadmasambhavaAtishaTara (Buddhism)Tibetan Buddhism

Question 2: The nearest railhead to Leh is at a distance of 680 kilometres (420 mi) at ________.
Jammu and KashmirJammuSrinagarKashmir

Question 3: The highest level of the complex has a ________ (chorten).
Greco-BuddhismBuddhismStupaBuddhist art

Question 4: [8] Leh has an airport with flights operating from and to destinations like Delhi, ________, Srinagar and Jammu.
MumbaiChandigarhHyderabad, IndiaKolkata

Question 5: In the early 15th century, Tsongkhapa, the founder of the reformed Gelugpa School (the Yellow hat sect), sent six of his disciples to remote regions of ________ to spread the teachings of the new school.
Arunachal PradeshHong KongTibetTaiwan

Question 6: Road to Leh is linked to ________ via Srinagar- Zoji La Pass route and Manali Rohtang pass route.
DelhiNew DelhiChandni ChowkMumbai

Question 7: The annual festival held in the monastery precincts is known as Gustor ritual, which is held from the 17th to 19th day of the ninth month of the ________ (October-November).
Hindu calendarBengali calendarThai solar calendarTibetan calendar

Question 8: One of the main points of interest is the Maitreya (future Buddha) Temple erected to commemorate visit of the ________ to this monastery in 1970.
13th Dalai Lama14th Dalai Lama5th Dalai Lama6th Dalai Lama

Question 9: Its architecture is noted for its resemblance to the Potala Palace in ________, Tibet and is the largest gompa in central Ladakh.
Lhünzhub CountyDamxung CountyLhasaDoilungdêqên County

Question 10: One of the main points of interest is the Maitreya (future Buddha) Temple erected to commemorate visit of the ________ to this monastery in 1970.
14th Dalai Lama5th Dalai Lama13th Dalai Lama6th Dalai Lama







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