Palden Tashi Chholing Shedra

Palden Tashi Chholing Shedra is situated on a nice setting overlooking Phuentsholing town and Toorsa River. Shedra is a Tibetan word meaning “place of teaching” but specifically refers to the educational program in Tibetan Buddhist monasteries and nunneries. It is usually attended by monks and nuns between their early teen years and early twenties. Consecrated in 2014, this Shedra in the west of town offers education to around 70 students aged 6 to 25 and has some fine murals in its new central Tsug lhakhang.

Palden Tashi Chholing Shedra is situated on a nice setting overlooking Phuentsholing town and Toorsa River. Shedra is a Tibetan word meaning “place of teaching” but specifically refers to the educational program in Tibetan Buddhist monasteries and nunneries. It is usually attended by monks and nuns between their early teen years and early twenties. Consecrated in 2014, this Shedra in the west of town offers education to around 70 students aged 6 to 25 and has some fine murals in its new central Tsug lhakhang.