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.
He graduated from Ngagyur Nyingma College, Dehradun, India in 2014. Even before the completion of his studies, the Rephel Mindrol Lhakhang monastery in Trongsa was offered to him by the local community as it was on the verge of collapsing and the community had no means of supporting it.
Sangchen Ogyen Tsuklag Monastery Trongsa
The reconstruction of Sangchen Ugyen Tsulag Monaster commonly known as Raphel Midren Lhakang located at Samcholing village under Trongsa County is to upheld the traditional Buddhist architecture equipped with modern facilities. It is approximately one and a half hours from the main Trongsa town. The temple is a further 10 minute walk from Samchoeling Middle Secondary School and temple is of 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