Kungzandra Monastery is a Buddhist Monastery in the Tang Valley of middle Bhutan. The Monastery lies at an altitude of 3,350 metres (10,990 feet) in the concave of a rock face. Guru Rinpoche and his devotee Namkhe Nyingpo are said to have meditated here at the end of the 8th century. The present Monastery, however, was established in 1488 by Pema Lingpa.
Aside from Lingpa's living quarters, the Monastery consists of three mandir, the Wangkhang, which has the main Statue of Avalokiteshvara with a thousand eyes and a thousand hands, Oezerphug, the meditation cave of Lingpa's son, Dawa Gyeltsen and the Khandroma Lhakang, which include a gilded copa Statue of the Monastery creator, Lingpa.
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