Dzongkar Choede monastery was razed to the ground and monks had to escape. Of the original 600 monks of the monastic community of Zongkar Choede before the destruction, less than 5% survived to tell the tale. A decade and a half elapsed in this historical twilight to alive in exile. Reconstruction began in the lush green forests and farmlands of coastal South India near the Arabian Sea in 1972 under the auspices of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Government of India. Mud and bamboo thatches became living quarters, community kitchens and prayer halls for the new Zongkar Choede in exile.
Gyurmey Monastery Abbot his kind visit to our monastery
Dzongkar Choede monastery expresses its deepest sympathies for all living beings suffering due to the recent floods in Vietnam
Australia Order of Australia Meda prize for Venerable, Geshe, Tashi Tsering Rinpoche la.
Distribution food ration to the needy ones, made by the monastery yesterday, is published in Kannada news paper...