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Trace Nyingma Sect's holy ancestors (picture gallery)
Thupten Dojezhag Monastery, the ancestral monastery of Nyingma Sect or the Red School of Tibetan Buddhism, is located in Gonggar, Lhoka Prefecture of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.

Reincarnated Buddha Dezhub arrives in Lhasa 2011-04-25
Dezhub Jamyang Sherab Palden,The sixth Reincarnated Buddha Dezhub, arrived at Lhasa at April.15th
Dezhub Living Buddha visits Lhasa for Buddhist ritual practices 2011-04-22
The sixth reincarnation of Dezhub Living Buddha visited Lhasa from April 15th to 19th for Buddhist ritual practices.Dezhub's visit started from worshipping Buddha at the most famous Johkang Temple where the 12-year-old life-sized statue of Sakyamuni is shrined.
Living Buddha's blessing 2011-04-22
Dedrug-Jamyangxerabpaldan (right), the reincarnated soul boy of the 5th living Buddha Dedrug-Jampalgalsanggyatso, who passed away in March 2000, disperses his blessings on a recent day in Draipung Temple by touching people's heads. The temple is in Lhasa, capital of the Tibet autonomous region.
Buddhasattva in Contemplation 2011-01-11
The face of the statue is graceful. The hair-bun is combed high and shaped like a fan with three wisps of hair trailed behind the head. A strap of silk hangs over the shoulder of the statue.
Buddhasattva of Thinking 2011-01-11
The face of the statue is graceful. The hair-bun is combed high and shaped like a fan with three wisps of hair trailed behind the head. A strap of silk hangs over the shoulder of the statue.
Sitting Statue of Sakyamuni 2011-01-10
The statue of Sakyamuni Buddha is sitting in the lotus position* (跏趺 [jiā fū]; pallankam abhujati). The face is gilded and the hairbun is colored in blue. The right hand poses the Mandra of Granting Wishes while the left hand is grasping the lappet.
11th Panchen Lama becomes member of China's top advisory body 2010-03-01
The 11th Panchen Lama Bainqen Erdini Qoigyijabu was among 13 people who on Sunday became new members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
11th Panchen leaves Tibet for Beijing 2009-09-27
11th Panchen Erdini Gyaincain Norbu is ready to return to Beijing on September 25th after completing Bhiksu discipline, Buddhist ceremony and other social activities in Tibet.
11th Panchen Lama has important ordination in Tibet 2009-07-26
The 11th Panchen Lama on Saturday had an important ordination at the Zhaxi Lhunbo Lamasery, the largest of its kind in Xigaze, Tibet Autonomous Region.
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