Noromchoimpellin khiid

Read in Mongolian

Name(s) of Temple :
Noromchoimpellin khiid,

Rinchen Number :

Rinchen Name :
Delgerkhany khuree, Argalintyn khuree

Type of Temple :
Monastic School

Aimag Temple located in :

Sum Temple located in :
Delgerkhaan soum

Old Aimag Name :
Tusheet Khan

Old Sum Name :
Mishig gunii khoshuu

Description of location :
The temple base is in a forest steppe zone and near the southwest edge of the Delgerkhaan sum centre. At its north, there is a sacred owoo called Children’s Owoo.

GPS readings :
North 47° 13’  East 104°  31’

Revived temple on site :

Status of site at time of survey :
At the site, the previous Norovchoimpeliin Khiidiin Tsogchin Dugan (main temple used for performing big ceremonies) has been restored with its previous name. At its west, the living quarters of two monks named Maanba and Jud are still intact but privatized by the locals who reside in the area.

Date of founding the monastery/temple :

Date of closing and destroying the monastery :
Огноо хаагдсан: 1937 - Ярилцлагын дугаар:
Огноо нураагдсан:: 1940-1950 - Ярилцлагын дугаар:

Old monastery/temple revived:

Revived temple register number:
ТӨДХ 002

Үүсгэн байгуулагч хүний нэр болон цол хэргэм (мэдэгдэж байвал):
Нэр, цол хэргэм : Zasag noyon Lkhasurendorj - Ярилцлагын дугаар:
Нэр, цол хэргэм : B.Manal - Ярилцлагын дугаар:
Нэр, цол хэргэм : Luvsanjantsan - Ярилцлагын дугаар:
Нэр, цол хэргэм : Dorjsuren - Ярилцлагын дугаар:
Нэр, цол хэргэм : Dagvadorj - Ярилцлагын дугаар:

Date of Reviving:
Year : 20 September 1990 - Ярилцлагын дугаар:

Monks in Old Temple :
about 600 monks

Notes :
In the area, there used to be temples called Tsogchen (1823), Lamrin (1836), Makhgal Altar (1843) and Khailangiin Khural (1851). Also there were about 10 big temples built named Maidar, Choir, Ulaan Deity, Manba, Jud, Gunreg, Duinkhor and Zochiin, with about 600 monks occupying these temples The two-story Big Deity temple had its ground floor devoted to religious study and prayers for around 500 monks. Lattice style mirrors are fixed along the left wall and 4 doors secure the south of the temple. The temple frontage is deemed to be noble and beautiful with a marquee- shaped, sloping ceramic roof. Its pillars and the ceiling were adorned with dragon murals in its fine detail,presenting the temple. Inside the temple, the pillar tops were spire-shaped and decorated with brass antelope sculptures. It had rich reading materials, long copper trumpets, shell trumpets, varieties of flutes, and cymbals played by skillful musicians.

Form Number :
ТӨДХ 005

Survey Team :
Team F

Жамъяндорж, Доржсүрэн нар

Oral History :


Oral History :

Газрын зураг / Map

Additional Material / Нэмэлт материал

ТӨДХ 005