In the religious land of Lo widely influenced by the benevolent Buddhist masters universally known as Zangpo Namsum, Lowo Monthang Dragkar Thekchen Ling is one of the thriving Buddhist monasteries. At the behest of the noble being Ngorchen Dorje Chang Kunga Sangpo during the reign of the religious king Ame Pal and Kalon/ minister Tsewang Sangpo, the people in the region laboured collectively to establish four great monasteries in the four directions of Khachoe, the ancient palace. To the south lies Dragkar Thekchen Ling, established in the fifteenth century and has since been consistently engaged in the preservation of Buddhism for the benefit of every individual and for universal peace.
The monastic school established in 1994 for novice monks one of the many noble activities of the visionary Late Khen Rinpoche Jampa Tashi Tenzin, the former abbot of Monchoe... Continue Reading
The community based clinic managed by Mon Choe Dragkar Thegchen Ling monastery has been operating for the past six years. The clinic provides free health service to the monks... Continue Reading
Our guesthouse is situated inside the 15th century wall city of Lo Manthang. It is the perfect place for those who love to be in a very quiet and relaxed atmosphere. You will have the opportunity... Continue Reading
The monastery building to the southern part of the monastery compound was severely damaged by the Nepal earthquake of 2015. Read More
For many years before this winter residential monastic school was built, all the young and elderly monks of the monastic community had... Read More
Tenpa Chirim (bstan pa spyi rim) is colloquially known as Tiji, which is a corrupted version of the word Tenchi (bstan spyi)... Read More