of the ancient monasteries of Mongolia Shankh was established on the bank of
Harzan River, in Harhorin soum of Uvurhangai province in 1650. Before
named Shankh it was named Baruun Huree, where Mongolian first
enlightened Bogd Khan Zanabazar spent his childhood. During the hard times, the
monastery was destroyed but rebuilt in 1990. There are currently 3 temples
saving the creations, clothes of Zanabazar, valuable cast of Buddhas, other
religion relics and over 30 monks in the monastery.