Chö Dzong Chu

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Chö Dzong Chu (Wyl. chos rdzong chu), aka Chö Dzong Tsangpo (Wyl. chos rdzong tshang po) is a small river in eastern Powo and a tributary of the Parlung Tsangpo.[1]

The Chö Dzong Chu flows north to south and joins the Parlung Tsangpo at the city of Sum Dzong.

Among the Dharma places found on the Chö Dzong Chu’s banks are:


  1. Emeric Yeshe Dorje, The History of the Düdjom Tersar Lineage, forthcoming.