The Treasury of Lives

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Tangpoche, originally a Kadampa monastery located in central Tibet, was founded in 1017 by a group of the Eastern Vinaya monk Lume Sherab Tsultrim's students known as "seven and a half monks." It is famous for having been visited by Atiśa at the invitation of Khuton Tsondru Yungdrung. Tsongkhapa visited the monastery in the fourteenth century and thereafter it became a Geluk monastery. 


Gyurme Dorje. 2004. Tibet Handbook. Bath: Footprint, p. 210-211.


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