Japuk Dongak Dargye Ling was likely a Kadam monastery in Lhorong in Chamdo, Kham. In the fourteen century, Lobpon Galeb and Takleb Jangchup Gyeltsen joined this monastery. It is now a Geluk monastery connected with the Tatsak or Kundeling estate. Japuk was established in 1469 by Tanak Khenchen.
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