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Monasteries

Gangteng Sangna Choling Monastery, Wangdue

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 Monastery, 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.

Subdrang Monastery

Subdrang 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

Khashung Orgyen Choling Monastery, Trongsa

Khashung Orgyen Choling Monastry is located in Tongsa, Bhutan.

Trashi Rapten Ling Monastery, Panbang

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 Monastery

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 Nunnery

Samnang is the only nunnery among the established monastic bodies of the Peling Tradition.

Kangrab Monastery

Kangrab monastery is established in an architecture resembling traditional Bhutanese houses.

Sangay Choeling Shedra Nunnery, Tormashong

The monastery is considered as one of the most important establishments of the Peling Tradition.

Sershong Trashichoeling Shedra, Mongar

Kangrab monastery is established in an architecture resembling traditional Bhutanese houses.

Kaptang Monastery & Retreat Center, Samdrup Jongkhar

Kaptang Monastery also serve as the retreat Center. It is located in the souther district of Samdrup Jongkhar in Bhutan

Gomphu Pema Kuensel Ling

The village’s name is  Gongphu, in Trong Gewog, Zhemgang dzongkhag; originally it was called Gomphu, a high meditation place. It is believed to be the place where Guru Padmasambhava meditated in a cave near the village. The temple is thought to be one of the oldest in the region, it was started by Beyul Lama called Shakya Ozer.

The village community sponsors all the social and cultural events at the temple. The lay practitioners and sometimes monks of Gangtey Tulku Rinpoche perform the rituals in the temple. Village people sponsor a yearly Tsechu and various practices to bring merit and to benefit the living and the dead. 

Starting in 2021 twice per month Tsokhor offerings are made.

Nay Monastery

The monastery is considered as one of the most important establishments of the Peling Tradition.

Peling Centre-Canada

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.