Pari Tashi Choling, founded in the 17th century in Amdo in the place of an earlier Kagyu monastery, is located in Drotsang County. Sumpa Khenpo Yeshe Peljor gave teachings there. It is a branch of Gonlung.
Dorje, Gyurme. 2009. Tibet Handbook. Bath: Footprint, p. 699.
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