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Dranang Jampa Ling is a Geluk monastery in Dranang, central Tibet. It was established in the fifteenth century by Lhundrub Tashi, a descendent of Tonmi Sambhota. It was well known for a large stupa, which is said to have been the largest in Tibet. It contained murals by Jamyang Khyentse Wangchuk who established the Khyenri style of painting. Badly damaged in the 1960's in recent decades the complex has been reconstructed. It was affiliated with Drepung Gomang College

Sources

Akester, Matthew. 2016. Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo's Guide to Central Tibet. Chicago, IL: Serindia Publications, pp. 275-277.

Gyurme Dorje. 2009. Tibet Handbook. Bath: Footprint, pp. 201-202. 

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