Journey to Beyuls

Beyul is a term used in Tibetan Buddhism to refer to hidden or secret valleys that are believed to be sacred, mystical places that are believed to have the ability to bring about spiritual transformation and enlightenment.

The concept of Beyul is believed to have originated in the 8th century during the reign of King Trisong Detsen. Padmasambhava advice to king to go the different beyuls located in the Himalayas for preserving Buddhism in Tibet for the long-term and potential challenges.

These valleys are often located in remote and isolated areas of the Himalayas and are believed to be hidden from the ordinary world.There are several beyuls in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan. some of the most well-known ones include: Beyul of Kyimolung, Beyul of Namgodagam, Beyul of Rolwaling, Beyul of Yolmo and Beyuls of Khenpalung are the famous Beyuls which are located in Nepal. 


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