According to the history, Sangyn Dalai Monastery was created in the 19th century by the order of Mongolian Buddhist Head for the Tibetan Lama’s first arrival in Mongolia. The monastery was located at the center of Erdenedalai Soum of Dundgovi province, not far from Sangyn Dalai Lake. The Tibetan Lama welcomed and got a relaxing there. The lama Chobondorj led the temple construction, and the wood, dirt and lime were prepared by local man Dendev from the local place and decorated by blue bricks, blue ceramics and special decorations. The temple was offered to the 8th Bogd Jebtsundamba who gave the name Dambadarjaalin to the temple. The meaning of the temple name is to spread the religion. The Sangyn Dalai monastery had a complex with a big library and nearly 20 temples same as two main temples or Tsogchin Dugan, two Guardian Spirit temples and 4 temples for four main Mongolian provinces and there were more than 500 Buddhist lamas.

The Tsogchin temple decorated by the wheel and unicorn that gilt with gold is a rectangle shaped 2 storied building. Also it has a wall of blue brick and 64 wooden columns and a roof of blue ceramics. An exterior and interior of the temple are decorated by the national patterns, making the monastery one kind of the national architectural art. The monastery was protected by the state in 1994. Only Tsogchin temple is only one temple that was not destroyed during the 1930s purge of Buddhism. The whole monastery was reconstructed in 1990-1991. The reconstructing project was carried out by the Reconstruction Organization of the Historical and Cultural Heritages by 1989 and made a survey and a scheme. The religious activities had restarted since 1991.