Dudjom Tersar Places of Activity

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The following are among the most important places of activity of the Dudjom Tersar lineage

Tibet

Amdo (Eastern Tibet)


Kham (Eastern Tibet)


Ü-Tsang (Central Tibet)


Ngari (Western Tibet)

India

Nepal

Bhutan

  • Bartsham Drubdra
  • Rangjung Woesel Choeling Monastery
  • Thegchhog Kunzang Chhodon Nunnery
  • Yonphula Lhakhang

Singapore

  • Dudjom Dharma House

France

USA

  • Chagdud Gonpa, Junction City, California
  • Orgyen Dorje Den[2]
  • Phurba Thinley Ling
  • Tashi Choling [3]
  • Yeshe Nyingpo

Brazil

  • Chagdud Gonpa, Três Coroas

Notes

  1. Awo Sera Monastery, known officially as Sera Tegchen Chokor Ling – The Abode of the Mahayana Dharmacakra at Sera – was founded by the First Sogan Rinpoche, Boom Schul Lama Sonam. He established the monastery in the Sera district of Serta in the year 1736. After this, the Second and Third Sogan Rinpoches continued to develop the monastery in that place.
  2. Gyatrul Rinpoche founded Orgyen Dorje Den in 1978 to support the study and practice of Tibetan Buddhism in the San Francisco Bay Area, USA. In 2001 the group established the the current center in Alameda and it has developed into a stable resource for the local Buddhist community.
  3. Tashi Chöling was founded in 1980 by Gyatrul Rinpoche. For over 20 years, students have gathered here to study and practice the ancient spiritual tradition of Vajrayana Buddhism under the guidance of Gyatrul Rinpoche.