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Dakpo Shedrup Ling Monastery: Unique Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center

Dakpo Shedrup Ling Monastery (dwags-po-zhag-grol-gling), located in Gyaca County’s Dabu Zhongba, is a revered center for Tibetan Buddhist studies. The name “Shedrup Ling” translates to “a place for learning and practicing Dharma,” reflecting the monastery’s dedication to the spread of Buddhist teachings and spiritual development.

In the year 1300, during Emperor Dade’s reign, Lobsang Drakpa, the Living Buddha, established the monastery as “Karma Shedrup Ling Monastery,” relocating the White Ding Monastery to its current location in Dakpo Dongpa.

The 9th, Karma Wangchuk Dorji, was instrumental in transitioning the monastery from the Kagyu to the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism in 1669. This significant shift led to the monastery’s renaming as “Dakpo Shedrup Ling Monastery,” aligning it with the philosophical and spiritual practices of the Gelug tradition.

Dakpo Shedrup Ling Monastery stands out as a significant center of learning in the Tibetan Buddhist community, renowned for its emphasis on scriptural study and debate. The monastery venerates important figures such as the “Nengren Wang” and two protector deities, Jiqin Gama Chire and the Auspicious Goddess. Its influence in the realm of Buddhist philosophy and debate has solidified its status as a respected institution in the region.

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