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[[Image:Draksum Lha Tso Kongpo 2.jpg|thumb|400px|Draksum Lha Tso — also called “the Tsogo lake” — is a famous sacred lake located in Kongpo Gyamda county, 55 km to the east of Kongpo Gyamda and 300 km from Lhasa. Built in the middle of the lake, the [[Nyingma]] temple Tsodzong Gongba was built in 17th c.]]
 
[[Image:Draksum Lha Tso Kongpo 2.jpg|thumb|400px|Draksum Lha Tso — also called “the Tsogo lake” — is a famous sacred lake located in Kongpo Gyamda county, 55 km to the east of Kongpo Gyamda and 300 km from Lhasa. Built in the middle of the lake, the [[Nyingma]] temple Tsodzong Gongba was built in 17th c.]]
'''Kongpo''' (Tib. ཀོང་པོ་, [[Wyl.]] '' kong po'') is one of the three main regions comprising '''South Eastern Tibet'''. Over 50% of Kongpo is made of forest, and its climate is mild and humid.
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'''Kongpo''' (Tib. ཀོང་པོ་, [[Wyl.]] '' kong po'') is one of the four main regions comprising '''South Eastern Tibet'''. Over 50% of Kongpo is made of forest, and its climate is mild and humid.
  
==Three Regions of South Eastern Tibet==
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==Four Regions of South Eastern Tibet==
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*[[Dakpo]]
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*'''Kongpo'''
 
*[[Powo]]
 
*[[Powo]]
*'''Kongpo'''
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*[[Pemakö]]
*[[Dakpo]]
 
  
 
==Masters==
 
==Masters==

Latest revision as of 16:13, 25 February 2021

Draksum Lha Tso — also called “the Tsogo lake” — is a famous sacred lake located in Kongpo Gyamda county, 55 km to the east of Kongpo Gyamda and 300 km from Lhasa. Built in the middle of the lake, the Nyingma temple Tsodzong Gongba was built in 17th c.

Kongpo (Tib. ཀོང་པོ་, Wyl. kong po) is one of the four main regions comprising South Eastern Tibet. Over 50% of Kongpo is made of forest, and its climate is mild and humid.

Four Regions of South Eastern Tibet

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