Taken at the Dalai Lama’s Temple (Tsug la Khang) in McLeodganj on June 22, 2015
In the Dalai Lama Temple complex, Tsug la Khang, there’s a monument to Tibetan self-immolators that is located right across from The Tibet Museum (which, incidentally, has its own memorial wall inside.)
This Anglican church dates to 1852 and was built for British troops stationed here back when Dharamsala was a British garrison town. (FYI: Dharamsala retains a large military base to this day and thus is still a military town in a sense, though I doubt there is a significant number of Anglicans among the officers or enlisted troops these days.)
This hand-cut granite structure was said to be one of the few that survived a major earthquake in 1905. It features a bell that has survived damage and attempted thievery.