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was built at the village of Palyul in 1665 by the King of Derge, Lachen Jampa Phuntsok who appointed Rigdzing Kunzang Sherap as it’s first throne holder and it was originally connected with Kagyupa sect but nowadays it has a very big influence of Nyingmapa sect. The temples of Palyul were constructed on the slopes below the peak of Dzongnang and the ridge Dago Osel Lhari. Among them the most important was the Lhasarkang, constructed by Kunzang Sherap himself and containing a gilded copper image of Shakyamuni in the form of Jowo Yishin Norbu as well as the frescos of Namcho deities.

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