Zangdopelri Monastery

Zangdopelri Monastery
Religion
AffiliationTibetan Buddhism
Location
LocationBhutan
CountryBhutan

Zangdopelri Monastery also known as Zangdokpalri monastery is a Buddhist monastery in Bhutan. It was built for seven years and was completed in 2009 by the support of Queen Kesang Choden of Bhutan.[1]

Name

The name zangdokpalri means copper mountain and is the heavenly abode of guru rinpoche in Tibetan legends.[2]

References

  1. ^ "MyBhutan".
  2. ^ "Zangdok Palri: The Lotus Light Palace of Guru Rinpoche, Visions of the Buddhist Paradise in the Sacred Kingdom of Bhutan". Bangkok Post.

External links

  • Official site
  • Zangdopelri Lhakhang at Kurjey consecrated


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