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Scenery along the road to the capital Dechen town of Dechen county ,also known traditionally as Jol and Atunzu.

Tags:   Tibet བོད བོད་ལྗོངས། 2018 ༢༠༡༨ ©Jan Reurink Tibetan Plateau བོད་མཐོ་སྒང་bötogang Amdo ཨ༌མདོ Kham ཁམས་བོད Eastern Tibet Dechen བདེ་ཆེན། county Padma Ri mountain range valley རོང་ rong valley/ ravine in the mts རི་ཁུད་ rikhü narrow rocky place/ ravine བྲག་རོང༌ drakrong narrow ravine/ canyon རོང་ཁུང༌ rongkhung mts and ravines/ valleys ལ་རོང༌ larong valley ལུང་པའི་གཞུང༌ lungpezhung narrow gorge རོང་ཁུང་དོག་ས rong khung dog sa/rongkhung doksa Tibetan Landscape picture landscape ཡུལ་ལྗོངས། yulljongs/yünjong landscape/scenery རི་ཆུ་ཡུལ་ལྗོངས richuyulljongs/richuyünjong landscape picture ཡུལ་ལྗོངས་རི་མོ yulljongsrimo/yünjongrimo Nature རང་བྱུང་ཁམས་rangbyung/rangjung nature of phenomena ཆོས་ཀྱི་དབྱིངས་choskyidbyings earth and water.naturalenvironment ས་ཆུ་ sachu

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The monastery Ganden Döndrubling (Tibetan W ལྡན་ དོན་ གླིང Wylie dga 'ldan don' grub gling or the Döndrubling Monastery (tib don 'grub gling dgon) is now a monastery The Gelug School of Tibetan Buddhism in the community of Benzilan 奔 子 栏 乡 of Dêqên (Dechen) in the Autonomous District of the Tibetan people in the northwest of the Chinese in the southwestern Chinese province of Yunnan.

It is next to the monastery Ganden Sumtseling one of the most important monasteries of the Gelug School in this region of Kham in Yunnan Province. The monastery was originally a monastery of the Kagyü school.

The monastery was originally founded in 1667 during the Qing Dynasty.

Today, it houses over three hundred monks with four incarnational lines of "Living Buddhas". [6] It is located on the road National Road 214 (G 214).

Wall paintings show, among other things, the Buddhas of the past and the Eight Medicine Buddhas.

The monastery suffered destruction during the Cultural Revolution in the 1960s, which was rebuilt in the 1980s.

The monastery has been on the list of monuments of Yunnan Province since 1987.
de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ganden_D%C3%B6ndrubling

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Trori Dorje Ziltrom ཁོ་ རི་རྡོ་ རྡོ་རྗེ་ ཟིལ་ ཁོམ་ 5.816m

Concealed valley of Rudam Kyitram, dominated to the southwest by the jagged snow peaks of Mount Dorje Ziltrom 5816 m. Enlightened Qualities Rudam Gangi Rawa (ru dam gangs kyi ra ba), aka Trori Dorje Ziltrom (kho ri rdo rje zil khom) above Dzogchen, is the main holy place of enlightened qualities. Its five aspects, all in the Derge district are: 1.Ngulda Podrang (body aspect) 2.Pema Shelpuk, above Dzongsar Monastery (speech aspect) 3.Tsadra Rinchen Drak, above Palpung Monastery (tsā 'dra rin chen brag) (mind aspect) 4.Dzongsho Deshek Dupa in Dzing ( 'dzings) (qualities aspect) 5.Dzamtok Puseng Namdrak (activity aspect) Above the valley in the Rudam Kangtro range are three sacred lakes, which can be reached in a single day`s trek. On this circuit, there is a meditation cave where Padmasambhava made medicinal myrobalan. www.footprinttravelguides.com/c/2848/tibet/&Action=pr...

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Katog Dorjeden Gompa ཀ་ ཏོག་ དོར་ ཇེ་ དེན་ དགོན་པ་

Katok Monastery (Tibetan: ཀཿ་ཐོག་རྡོ་རྗེ་གདན་, THL Katok Dorjé Den), also transliterated as Kathok or Kathog Monastery, is one of the six principal ("mother") monasteries of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. It is located in Baiyu County, Garze Prefecture, Sichuan, Katok Monastery is located 4,000m above sea level on the eastern flanks of a mountain range in Baiyu County, Garze, Sichuan. The entire monastery complex is approximately 700m above the valley floor and is accessed by a dirt road containing 18 hairpin turns. The nearest town is Horpo (Chinese: 河坡; pinyin: Hépō), 17 km to the north.

Katok Monastery was founded in 1159 by a younger brother of Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo, Katok Dampa Deshek, at Derge, the historic seat of the Kingdom of Derge in Kham. Katok Monastery's third abbot, Jampa Bum (1179-1252), whose 26-year tenure as abbot ended in 1252, "is said to have ordained thousands of monks from across Tibet, and especially from Kham region of Minyak (mi nyag), Jang ('byang), and Gyémorong (rgyal mo rong)." The original gompa fell into disrepair and was rebuilt on the same site in 1656 through the impetus of tertöns Düddül Dorjé (1615–72) and Rigdzin Longsal Nyingpo (1625-1682/92 or 1685–1752). Katok Monastery held a reputation of fine scholarship. Prior to the annexation of Tibet in 1951, Katok Monastery housed about 800 monks. Katok was long renowned as a center specializing in the oral lineages (as opposed to terma) and as a center of monasticism, although both of these features were disrupted under Longsel Nyingpo (1625–1692). According to The Tibetan Buddhist Resource Centre, disciples of Kenpo Munsel and Kenpo Jamyang compiled a Katok edition of the oral lineages (Wylie: bka' ma shin tu rgyas pa (kaH thog)) in 120 volumes in 1999: "[T]wice the size of the Dudjom edition, it contains many rare Nyingma treatises on Mahayoga, Anuyoga, and Atiyoga that heretofore had never been seen outside of Tibet. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katok_Monastery

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Pelyul County (or Pelyul) is located in Kham Tibet and is one of eighteen counties of Ganzi Autonomous prefecture in Western Sichuan Province. In Tibetan, Pelyul means “a holy and happy place.” Pelyul is on the border with the Tibet Autonomous Region and is roughly 3,000 meters above sea level. There are over 50,000 people here with 94% being Tibetan and the rest are Han Chinese and other ethnic minorities.
tibetpedia.com/kham-tibet/kham-towns/pelyul-county/

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