Did you Know?
- Tabo monastery is one of the most famous Buddhist monasteries, regarded by a large number of followers as only next in importance to the Tholing gompa of Tibet.
- With its exquisite murals and stucco images, Tabo is often called 'The Ajanta of the Himalayas'.
- Tabo Ancient Monastery, Spiti valley, is situated on the Indo-Tibetan border of the western Himalayas in north
- Tabo is 33 km away, and a slow 2 hour drive by bus form Kaza.
- Tabo took the advantage and threw his small weapon at the priestess, while diving for the cover of the table.
- Details of a Tabo, note that the rig is imported as evidenced by the Australian sail number, this was used for testing as the local rig has not yet been developed.
- Tabo, a medium-size village (population 540, altitude 3280 metres) in the lower Spiti valley, is famous for its monastery.