(“Dambadarjailin” means “developing religion”). According to the religious rulers, first and second leaders of Buddhism in Mongolia were chosen from Mongolia. They both were descendants of Chinghis Khaan and were proclaimed as a Bogd Khan or Javzandamba Khutagt. The first leader was named G. Zanabazar (1635-1723) and the second was Luvsandambiidonme (1724 -1758). In Mongolia, Manchu Emperor did a big ritual to saint Second Bogd Khaan at his age of 5 and declared leaving First Bogd Khaan’s all power and privileged Second Bogd Khaan for continuing and developing the religion throughout the country. A monastery was built for the commemoration of the Second Javzandamba Khutagt. By the order of the Manchu Emperor, in 1759 after the second Bogd khaan death, the monastery was named “Dambadarjailin Monastery”.

Construction of the monastery was built in 1761 at the confluence of the River Selbe in the northern part of the city and was completed in 1765.  In 1937-1938, political repression covered the monastery and a number of monks were executed. Moreover, the temples were closed, and valuable relics, sutras were burnt. The buildings of the monastery were used as resort and hospitals during the socialist Mongolia. After Democratic Revolution in Mongolia, Dambadarjailin Monastery was started to restore by some monks. The government celebrated the 240th anniversary of the establishment of the monastery in 2005.  Today, over 50 monks are running the everyday religion activities.