Ki Monastery is the most established and the greatest religious community of Spity overwhelming Ki-Village. Around 300 lamas are accepting their religious preparing in its cloister, which houses uncommon canvases and delightful sacred writings of Buddha and different divine beings and goddesses. It is serving western populace of Spity. It is viewed as the biggest in the sub-division. It is a gathering of rooms and a maze of halls that don't take after any characterized arrangement, however appear to have become throughout the years. No unmistakable information can be credited to the development of the gompa - that acted both as a religious community and as a stronghold. In the compositional definitions given to different religious communities, Ki falls in the "Pasada" style which is portrayed by a larger number of stories than one and frequently assumes the part of a post cloister.
Ki is the archive of the uncommon "Thangka" works of art and a few old musical instruments - trumpets, cymbals and drums. Its lybrary holds the original copies of the holy Tangyur writings. Aside from the cells pccupied by the friars, the cloister has a huge 'Du-Khang', get together chamber lined by religious canvases and different councils of the incarnate abbot, the zim-chung is the most noteworthy point in the building. The town of Ki is barely shy of the religious community.