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Tali Dratshang

It is a three-storied Lhakhang, which was, built up with, among others, financial donation from His Majesty the King and His Holiness the 70th Je Khenpo, Trulku Jigme Choeda, who formerly headed the Zangdopelri. The lhakhangs history begins in the early 1960s when Lam Yeshey Pema Thinley constructed a small monastery in Tali and found its first dratshang. It can accommodate student of only 30 monks. Other renowned Buddhist scholars such as Penlopkhen Rinpoche, who came to teach and ordain the student in 1967, visited the monastery. Later, a winter resident was included for the Tali dratshang in Gelephu.

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