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