Preserving the legacy of Buddha
A registered non-profit organization that works towards aiding the propagation of Buddha Dharma and the continuity of the glorious Longchen Nyingthig Lineage through various projects & initiativesGet in touch with us
Teach and uphold the Buddha Dharma
Promote and strengthen human value in sense of spirituality to realize the value of Buddha Dharma in the pursuit of universal peaceContact Us
Yarney 2022 (Summer Retreat)
The annual summer retreat also known by Vassa, the annual "rains retreat," is an annual one and half month monastic retreat practiced in Buddhist monasteries. The one and half months are determined by the lunar calendar and, usually it begin in the fifteenth day of the sixth month till the end of seventh month. During the retreat, monks remain in residence within the monastery and leave its grounds only when necessary. Monks devote their times in studying sutras and meditations. Laypeople practice meritorious activities by supporting the monks with food and other necessities. The summer retreat is timed to coincide with the monsoon seasons.Click here to learn more
What we do
A harmonious happy society that is based on core human values and Buddha Dharma
Who we are
To pay homage, uphold and widespread the teachings of Lord Buddha for benefit of all sentient beings.
To promote and strengthen human values and sense of spirituality in pursuit of universal peace and harmony as Buddha Dharma is the true source of Happiness.
Dedicate ourselves to keeping alive the light of the sacred and powerful teachings of Longchen Rabjam and Rigzin Jigme Lingpa for the benefit of all sentient beings.
Preserving the living words of Buddha and the unbroken lineage.
Our commitment for preservation of heritage monasteries of Rephel Mendrel Lhakhang (built in the 8th century), and Sangchen Lhundrub Tsemo Yogi Monastery in Samdrup Jongkhar, Eastern Bhutan.
Constructing new hostels and essential academic buildings to improve the quality of life in the monasteries.
About The Founder
Monla Khedrupchen Rinpoche Ugyen Tenzin Thinley Lhendup (also referred to as Khedrupchen Rinpoche) was recognized and enthroned as the Fifth successive reincarnation of Kyabgon Khedrupchen Jigme Kundrol who was an illustrious heart son of Rigzin Jigme Lingpa.
Sangchen Ogyen Tsuklag Monastery
The Sangchen Ogyen Tsulag Monastery also known as Rephel Midrol Lhakang is located in Samcholing village under Trongsa Dzongkhag, Bhutan. It is approximately one hour drive from Trongsa town. The main temple is a 1200 year old two-story building with notably magnificent wall paintings.
If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion. – Dalai Lama
Construction of ‘Manjushri Lion’s Roar’ Statue
Jampelyang Mra-wai Singye Jampelyang Mrawai Singye is one of the five forms of Jampelyang (aka Manjushri), Buddha of infinite wisdom and one of the eight Boddhisattvas. The lion symbolises bravery and courage, second to none. There have been accounts of people who meditated on Jampelyang Mrawai Singye for only 3 nights and achieved miraculous intelligence […]
Ogyen Tsuklag Buddhist Academy
The construction project started in 2015 under the guidance of His Eminence…
Drupdey Pelchen Khang
Drupdey Pelchen Khang is the retreat center for monks to practice meditation for whatever duration they deem fit.