It was constructed by the great bridge-builder Thangtong Gyelpo in 1433. It is said to have been built on the head of demoness, who was causing illness to the inhabitants. The building was restored in 1841 by Sherab Gyeltshen. . It contains beautiful ancient murals .This temple is unique in Bhutan as its paintings show the progressive stages of Tantric Buddhist philosophy as well as the most important deities and figures of the Drukpa Kagyudpa School. You may or may not be permitted inside but can walk around this three-storey Chorten-type building.