Gyalt­shab graces the Tashi Rab­ney of San­gay Ch­hol­ing Lhakang in Jarey Gewog

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H is Royal High­ness the Gyalt­shab Prince Jigme Dorji Wangchuck graced the Tashi Rab­ney (con­se­cra­tion cer­e­mony) of San­gay Ch­hol­ing Lhakhang at Jarey un­der Jarey Gewog, Lhuentse on 9th De­cem­ber (28th day of the 10th Bhutanese month) 2015, Wed­nes­day.

The Ten­drel Sungch­hog was per­formed by over 50 monks presided over by His Ho­li­ness Gangteng Trulku. The pro­gramme in­cluded Tashi Nga­soel, offering of Zhabten to His Majesty The King and His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo, offering of Tashi Dze­gay and KuSung-Thugten Men­drel to His Royal High­ness the Gyalt­shab and cul­tural pro­gramme.

His Royal High­ness of­fered prayers in the Lhakhang for the well­be­ing of His Majesty The King, His Majesty the Fourth King, the coun­try and all sen­tient beings. His Royal High­ness also in­ter­acted with the lo­cal peo­ple who of­fered Tshogch­hang.

The con­struc­tion was car­ried out start­ing in 2004 and com­pleted in 2009 with labour con­tri­bu­tions from the peo­ple of Jarey and fi­nan­cial sup­port from the civil ser­vants from Jarey com­mu­nity. As per Jarey Gup Kin­zang Min­jur, Lhakhang ben­e­fits over 150 house­holds in Jarey and other nearby vil­lages.

His Majesty The King granted the Nangtens which in­clude the Guru Tsokhor-sum (Guru Rin­poche with two spir­i­tual con­sorts, Khan­dro Yeshey Tsho- gyal and Lhacham Mend­harawa),Toenpa (Bud­dha Shakya Muni), Zhab­drung Rin­poche, Gonpo Man­ing (pro­tec­tive de­ity Haya­griva) and Palden Lhamo (pro­tec­tive de­ity Ma­hakali)

His Ho­li­ness Gangteng Trulku es­tab­lished a Zhirim She­dra in 2010. The She­dra cur­rently has one Khenpo, one Lo­pon and seven­teen monks study­ing.

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