Gangteng Sangna Choling Monastery
Ganteng Monastery is the main seat of Peling Nyingma tradition. It was established in 1613 by the first Peling Gyalse Pema Tinley, the grandson of the great Bhutanese “treasure revealer” Terchen Pema Lingpa.
Tingtibi Sangdopelri, Zhemgang
The depiction of the “copper-colored mountain,” the abode of the Guru Padmasambhava is built in Ting Tibi for the benefit of the community and the world at large.
Su Drang Monastery is one of the oldest monasteries of the Peling tradition.
Adhamorankar Monastery, Wangdue
Adhamorankar Monsatery, popularly know as Morankar Monastery is located in Wangdue Phodrang District, Bhutan
Trongsa-Khashung Orgyen Choling Monastery
Khashung Orgyen Choling Monastry is located in Tongsa, Bhutan.
Panbang Monastery, Zhemgang
The monastery is located in the Kheng region at Panbang, Zhemgang District, Bhutan.
Droghar Monastery, Zhemgang
Droghar Monastery is one of the monasteries under the auspice of H.E. Gangteng Trulku Rinpoche. The monastery is located in Zhengang District.
Tsheldang Ugyen Chhoeling Retreat Center is located at Nyakhar and Tsheldang village under Nangkor gewog, Zhemgang Dzongkhag which was established as the main meditational site of Lopen Drupchu Dorji (Tsheldang Lopon)
Samnang is the only nunnery among the established monastic bodies of the Peling Tradition.
Kangrab monastery is established in an architecture resembling traditional Bhutanese houses.
The monastery is considered as one of the most important establishments of the Peling Tradition.
The center symbolises the expansion of Peling Tradition beyond the boundaries of Bhutan to the world.
Khakyab Dorje Centre-Canada
The center hosts some of the most important spiritual teachings and events for the international students and practitioners.