All Shangpa sites for Operating Status Ruined

Shomara Monastery

sho ma ra (‘phan yul sho ma ra’i dgon)

ཤོ་མ་ར་དགོན

Early site visited by Khyungpo Naljor. Now in ruins.

  • Site Type: Monastery
  • Site Location: Lhündrup
  • Mokchok Lhaphu Monastery

    rmog lcog dgon (lha phu rmog lcog)

    རྨོག་ལྕོག་དགོན། ལྷ་ཕུ་རྨོག་ལྕོག་གི་དགོན།

    Monastery established by Mokchok Rinchen Tsöndrü.

  • Site Type: Monastery
  • Site Location: Shang - Namling
  • Kuklung / Kuluk Monastery

    lha phu lkugs lung gi dgon pa / sku lugs dgon pa

    ལྷ་ཕུ་ལྐུགས་ལུང་གི་དགོན། སྐུ་ལུགས་དགོན་པ།

    Ancient Shangpa Kagyü monastery located in the tibetan autonomous region

  • Site Type: Monastery
  • Site Location: Shang - Namling
  • Jakpa Monastery

    ‘jag pa dgon (‘jag chung dpal dgon)

    འཇག་པ་དགོན།

    Early Shangpa site of Jakchen Gyaltsen Bum, Jakchen Jampa Pel, and Khedrup Shangton. The primary seat of the Jakpa transmissions the Shangpa.

  • Site Type: Monastery
  • Site Location: Shang - Namling
  • Cheka Monastery

    ‘chad kha dgon (jog mda’ – ‘phan yul ‘chad kha dgon)

    འཆད་ཁ་དགོན།

    Early Shangpa Kagyu site visited by Khyungpo Naljor. Founded by Kadam master Chekhawa Yeshé Dorjé (‘chad kha ba ye shes rdo rje), known to have composed one treatise on Lojong entitled The Seven Point Mind Training (blo sbyong don bdun ma). Documented by Jonang Foundation in 2014.

  • Site Type: Monastery
  • Site Location: Lhündrup
  • Samding Monastery

    bsam sdings dgon (pa snam bsam sdings)

    བསམ་སྡིངས་དགོན།

    Early Shangpa site founded around the time of Khetsun Zhonu Drup; seat of the Nyangme Samding (nyang smad bsam sdings) transmission line of the Shangpa.

  • Site Type: Monastery
  • Site Location: Panam