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Kawasumdo ཀ་བ་སུམ་མདོ་ county

Kawasumdo is the traditional name given to the grasslands in the bend of the Ma chu རྨ་ཆུ་ ( Yellow River) to the south of Mangra. As the name suggests, it lies at the junction of three main routes : northeast to Trika and Ziling, west to Tsigortang and Chabcha, and south to Tsekok and Machen. There are 14 monasteries in the county, 10 Gelukpa and 4 Nyingmapa. The county capital Kawasumdo (Ch Tongde) is in a sheltered defile. Area: 5.331 sq km. www.footprinttravelguides.com/c/2848/tibet/&Action=pr...

Tags:   Tibet བོད བོད་ལྗོངས། 2018 ༢༠༡༨ ©Jan Reurink Tibetan Plateau བོད་མཐོ་སྒང་bötogang Amdo ཨ༌མདོ Kham ཁམས་བོད Eastern Tibet Kawasumdo ཀ་བ་སུམ་མདོ་ county 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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Tibet, denied by some, embraced by all.

Mount Khyung-ngon (Blue Garuda) is a broad cliff behind Rabgya monastery to the north, to the south the river Ma chu རྨ་ཆུ་ ( Yellow River). There is a walk to the hilltop shrine (3570 m) and passes several smaller shrines and caves, giving a good view of the river.

Rabgya Monastery (locally pronounced Rabja) is a small enclave on the north bank of the river Ma chu རྨ་ཆུ་ ( Yellow River) belonging to Machen rather than Kawasumdo county.Rabgya Monastery formally known as Tashi Kundeling, is an important branch of Sera monastery, founded on the advice of the Seventh Dalai Lama in 1769 by a Mongolian from Kokonor named Arik Geshe (1726-1803).

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Tags:   Tibet བོད བོད་ལྗོངས། 2018 ༢༠༡༨ ©Jan Reurink Tibetan Plateau བོད་མཐོ་སྒང་bötogang Amdo ཨ༌མདོ Kham ཁམས་བོད Eastern Tibet Machen རྨ་ཆེན། county Kawasumdo ཀ་བ་སུམ་མདོ་ county Rock Face Khyung-ngon 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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Kawasumdo is the traditional name given to the grasslands in the bend of the Ma chu རྨ་ཆུ་ ( Yellow River) to the south of Mangra. As the name suggests, it lies at the junction of three main routes : northeast to Trika and Ziling, west to Tsigortang and Chabcha, and south to Tsekok and Machen. There are 14 monasteries in the county, 10 Gelukpa and 4 Nyingmapa. The county capital Kawasumdo (Ch Tongde) is in a sheltered defile. Area: 5.331 sq km. www.footprinttravelguides.com/c/2848/tibet/&Action=pr...

Tags:   Tibet བོད བོད་ལྗོངས། 2018 ༢༠༡༨ ©Jan Reurink Tibetan Plateau བོད་མཐོ་སྒང་bötogang Amdo ཨ༌མདོ Kham ཁམས་བོད Eastern Tibet Machen རྨ་ཆེན། county Kawasumdo ཀ་བ་སུམ་མདོ་ county 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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Rabgya Monastery (locally pronounced Rabja) is a small enclave on the north bank of the river Ma chu རྨ་ཆུ་ ( Yellow River) belonging to Machen rather than Kawasumdo county.Rabgya Monastery formally known as Tashi Kundeling, is an important branch of Sera monastery, founded on the advice of the Seventh Dalai Lama in 1769 by a Mongolian from Kokonor named Arik Geshe (1726-1803). Even today there are sevaral monks from the Sogwo Mongolian prefecture just to the east. The second preceptor of the monastery, Shingza Pandita Lobzang Dargye (1753-1824), is seen as an incarnation of Tsongkhapa`s mother, Shingza Acho, and his subsequent incarnations have presided over the monastery. The complex has been substantially rebuilt during the last 13 years, and reconstruction continues even now. www.footprinttravelguides.com/c/2848/tibet/&Action=pr...

Tags:   Tibet བོད བོད་ལྗོངས། 2018 ༢༠༡༨ ©Jan Reurink Tibetan Plateau བོད་མཐོ་སྒང་bötogang Amdo ཨ༌མདོ Kham ཁམས་བོད Eastern Tibet Machen རྨ་ཆེན། county Rabgya monastery Rabgya Gonpa རྭ་རྒྱ་དགོན་དགའ་ལྡན་བཀྲ་ཤིས་འབྱུང་གནས། Ragya Gön Ganden Trashi Jungné monk གྲྭ་བ། grwa ba great sacred place གནས་ཆེན nechen monk's robes/ buddhist religious robe/ three robes of a bhiksu monk's robes ཆོས་གོས་གསུམ chos gos gsum/ chögösum tibetan nationality/ Tibetans བོད་རིགས། bod rigs tibetan nation/ tibetan people བོད་ཀྱི་མི་བརྒྱུད bökyi migyü

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Rabgya Monastery (locally pronounced Rabja) is a small enclave on the north bank of the river Ma chu རྨ་ཆུ་ ( Yellow River) belonging to Machen rather than Kawasumdo county.Rabgya Monastery formally known as Tashi Kundeling, is an important branch of Sera monastery, founded on the advice of the Seventh Dalai Lama in 1769 by a Mongolian from Kokonor named Arik Geshe (1726-1803). Even today there are sevaral monks from the Sogwo Mongolian prefecture just to the east. The second preceptor of the monastery, Shingza Pandita Lobzang Dargye (1753-1824), is seen as an incarnation of Tsongkhapa`s mother, Shingza Acho, and his subsequent incarnations have presided over the monastery. The complex has been substantially rebuilt during the last 13 years, and reconstruction continues even now. www.footprinttravelguides.com/c/2848/tibet/&Action=pr...

Tags:   Tibet བོད བོད་ལྗོངས། 2018 ༢༠༡༨ ©Jan Reurink Tibetan Plateau བོད་མཐོ་སྒང་bötogang Amdo ཨ༌མདོ Kham ཁམས་བོད Eastern Tibet Machen རྨ་ཆེན། county Rabgya monastery Rabgya Gonpa རྭ་རྒྱ་དགོན་དགའ་ལྡན་བཀྲ་ཤིས་འབྱུང་གནས། Ragya Gön Ganden Trashi Jungné Pilgrim གནས་བསྐོར་བ་ nekorwa / སྐོར་མི kormi pilgrimage གནས་བསྐོར nekor on pilgrimage གནས་སྐོར་པ nekorpa great sacred place གནས་ཆེན nechen


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