Pekor Monastery & Kubum Stupa – Gyantse, Tibet

 

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Pekor Chode Monastery was built in 1418 by the Dharma King of Gyantse Rabtan Kunsang Phag and the first Panchen Lama Kedrup Geleg Pesang.

Pekor Chode Monastery is  a non sectarian Buddhist center where Gelugpa, Sakyapa and Butonpa co exist in harmony and peace.

Pecor-Gate-Way

Later in 1427, the Great Stupa Kubum was erected in the pattern of the Multi door Stupa ( Tashi Gomang ), one of the eight prototype stupas of Buddhism. Kubum is of 32.4 meters high, and includes 108 altars where a hundred thousand Buddhist images are enshrined as statues and murals.

In 1996, the Great Stupa Kubum was listed in the key state-level cultural relic preservation unit.

Tharpaling-in-Pecor

Dharma Brothers and Dharma Sisters of TharpaLing Jakarta in front of the Great Stupa KubumGyantse, Tibet.

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