Namling Tibetan Settlements

A brief story of Namling, Bodgarnang Settlement:

Boegar Nang Namgyaling Tibetan settlement was established on 1971 and the total area of the settlement is 39 acre and Dechen Choeling is the nearest Town to the settlement. During the initial set of the settlement the Bhutan government has grant the 40 to 50 acres of land and the land were distributed among the Tibetan refugee families and legally register on the name of the head of the family.

Altitude: 8000 ft or 2400 meters above se level.
Average rainfall: MG 750 
Temperature: 25 max and 8.13 min.
No. of village: There is only one village.

Settlement population

Initial population 420
Present Population 94

Settlers livelihood:

Agriculture is the main stay of the settlement people. Apart from the agriculture, few of the settlers earn there living by small business and taxi driving.

Facilities in the settlement

School The settlement has primary school and the Department of Education supports the school with free learning and teaching materials to the students of the settlements. After class III students get admission in other Tibetan schools in India on fee concession.
Health facilities Government of Bhutan provides free medical consultant and medicines to the settlers. The Health Department of Central Tibetan Administration reimburse the medical expenditure if any emergency treatments were made in India to the poor settlers.
Monastery: one monastery.

Traveling Guide

Nearest railway station NJP, India 389 Km from settlement
Nearest Air port Thimpu 80 km from settlement
Bus and taxi services   24 km from settlement

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