Contact Information – Khandro-la Thrinlay Chodon Rinpoche


Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time if you have any questions or would just like more information about Khandro-la, her activities and the Khachodling Projects.

Our email address is

Worldwide Khandro-la’s Contacts


Khachodling Head Office
205 Bharat Chambers,
70-71 Scindia House
Connaught Circus
New Delhi 110 001

Telephone – 91-11-23738359

When in New Delhi please pay us a visit and say hello.

We share an office with Druk Expeditions, Himalayan Travel Agency and should you need assistance with Indian travel we can ask them. They are experienced, reliable and trustworthy. Druk Expeditions offers a percentage of its profits to Khachodling Trust India.

Our small office is easy to find near where the inner circle of Connaught meets Janpath. From this intersection ask and find Ringo Guesthouse, which is quite well known, and when there ask again for Druk Expeditions or Bharat Chambers, which is at the back of the huge area which is Scindia House.


Communities are practicing and engaging in Khachodling activities in these areas –
Sydney – Canberra – Melbourne – Perth – Hobart – Hervey Bay – Lake Macquarie

Khachodling Incorporated
c/- Jen Fox
+61-2-9799 3387

Khachodling Dakini Sanctuary
6 Long St
Point Vernon
Hervey Bay
Queensland 4655


Alex and Margo

Hong Kong

Jan Chow
+852-3175 3860


Nyingje and Karma
+82 10 24691404


Nancy Yang
+886 97-8080643

New Zealand

Roz Brownlees

Argentina – Norway – Singapore – Sweden – Taiwan – USA

Khandro-la has also visited these countries and has friends and supporters there.

Write to us at and we may be able to put you in contact with these people.

Khandro Thrinlay Chodon

Contact Information – Sey Rinpoche

Sey Rinpoche from Shakya Shri's tradition
Sey Rinpoche from Shakya Shri’s tradition


Monastery of Apho Rinpoche
Vill. Chidiariy, SPO Vashist
Manali 175131 Dist. KULLU
Himachal Pradesh, India

Phone 0091-1902-253323
Mob 0091-94180-71059


Sey Rinpoche’s Monasteries

Chimed Drupay Gastel Monastery

Monastery of Apho Rinpoche
Vill. Chidiariy, SPO Vashist
Manali 175131 Dist. KULLU
Himachal Pradesh, India

Pangi Monasteries
(Pangi, Dist. Chamba, HP, and Dist Kargil, Jammu & Kashmir, India).

There are five small monasteries in Pangi, and a new Dharma Institute is also now being built at the meeting point of the five different valleys. The Monasteries are:

Hilu towal Gompa
– Sural Gompa,
– Parmar Gompa
– Hunar Gompa
– Gyinar Gompa
– Killar Institute

Ladakh Retreat Centers
(Leh Ladakh, J&K, India)

Apho Rinpoche devoted a lot of energy and time in Ladakh where he built several Three Years Retreat centers. Today, Sey Rinpoche has become the main Drukpa master there to train the yogis and to provide advanced spiritual guidance to practitioners of the lineage, especially the Six Yogas of Naropa. Beside, His Eminence has the general responsibility to take care of these retreat centers, especially :

  • Gostang gompa, (Hemis)
  • Khaspang gompa (Chemdray)

Lahaul (Garsha) Monasteries

Apho Rinpoche spent several years in Garsha (called Lahaul in Hindi language) with his family. It is in Lahaul that his younger daughter, Thrinlay Chodron, was born. Apho Rinpoche guided the practitioner’s community of Lahaul, training them especially in the advanced yogas during their Three Years Retreat. Today, Sey Rinpoche has become the main Drukpa master to provide spiritual guidance not only to the practitioners of the lineage, but also to the Buddhist community as a whole. In 2004, he encouraged Lahauli people to invite His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa in Lahaul and since then, His Holiness has been visiting Lahaul every year. Sey Rinpoche is the spiritual advisor of the new Drukpa Young Association of Lahaul (DYAL).
His Eminence has the general responsibility to take care, especially of:

  • Kardang Gompa (PO Keylong 173275, Dist. Lahaul and Spiti, HP, India)
  • Chuktra Gompa (PO Dist. Lahaul and Spiti, HP, India)

Baddha Gompa
(Kullu district, HP, India)

Around 2005, the community of the Drukpa lineage followers who live near Kullu, comprising mostly people coming from the neighboring high valleys of Kinnaur, Lahaul, Ladakh, etc. decided to build a temple which was completed a few years later. During the consecration, they asked HE Sey Rinpoche to accept the monastery as an offering. Rinpoche gently refused, saying that he had already too many monasteries to take care of, yet he also added that he accepted to be their advisor if such was their actual wish, and he promised that he would always be there to grant all the guidance needed for the local monastery and community. Moreover, he gave them one of his monks from Manali Monastery, who had be trained in advanced practices under Gegen Khyentse, as a permanent resident and care taker of their religious needs. Still, Sey Rinpoche remains in close contact with the Baddha Gompa.


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  1. Margus Nurk says:

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