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These are two pillar stones found at Tseten monastery

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Resource #: 67406 (URL for reference)

Collections: Photos-for-Qinghai-Monasteries-Documentation

Location: Tseten Gön Ganden Shedrup Ling


by Rinchenkhar

Tseten monastery is located in a small valley that is 45.5 kilometers away from Chuankou Tonwshop. Minhe County, Haidong Region, Qinghai Province. According to Chinese history, this monastery was built during Min dynasty, around 1623 and during Qing dynasty King Kangxi has built Jokang temple in the year of 1666. And the assembly hall was built in 1798. Specifically, this is a pillar stone of old Tseten monastery that uses to support the pillars.

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This resource was provided by Qinghai Normal University (Qinghai Monastery Documentation Project). The copyright holder is Gya ye Drabo (only private uses permitted).

Resource type: Image

Photographer: Gyayé Trabho (རྒྱ་ཡེ་བཀྲ་བྷོ།)

Photograph Date: 11/Oct/2011

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