Dorje Drak is a Nyingma monastery on the bank of the Tsangpo river in central Tibet associated with the Northern Treasures tradition. Ngari Panchen Pema Wanggyel stayed there in1540s, at the time it was known as Evaṁ Chokgar. It relocated to its present location in 1632 under the leadership of the Third Dorje Drak Rigdzin Ngakgi Wangpo. The monastery was sacked by the Dzungar army in 1717 and later restored. It is considered one of the six Mother monasteries of the Nyingma tradition.