During the autumn one of the main drubchö held at the monastery is the Kame'i Tsogchen Düpa. During this time, five separate drubchö are held simultaneously creating a most profound environment of deepened practice and generating boundless blessings for all sentient beings. The great Sadhana of Yangdag, the Sadhana of Gyuthrul Zhiwa and Sadhana of Tsogchen Düpa were held in the three shrine rooms of the Great Stupa – the Guru Lhakhang, the Shakyamuni shrineroom and in the lineage shrineroom called the Le Lang.
The Gyuthrul Throwo was held in the main shrine room of the monastery and the Lung Lug Tshe Pag Med (Amitayus) Sadhana was held in the shrine room of the Shedra.
Venerable Tulku Gyurme Namgyal presided over the Sadhana of Yangdag, Venerable Tulku Ugyen Tenphel Nyima was the lopön for the Gyuthrul Zhiwa, Venerable Tulku Lhundrub Tengay was the lopön for the Tsogchen Düpa, Venerable Thutob Namgyal was the lopön for the Gyuthrul Throwo and the lopön for Lung Lug Tshe Pag Med was Venerable Tulku Ugyen Lhundrub.
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In 1959, at the age of twenty-nine, Trichen Jurme Kunzang Wangya's father, the Xth Mindrolling Trichen, had died. His enthronement as the XIth Mindrolling Trichen was set to take place. All these plans were shattered by the communist chinese invasion and the TIbetan uprising. His Holiness went into exile in India, fleeing Tibet along with many great masters of his generation. He left behind the monastery established in 1676 in the Drachi Valley by his predecessor the first Mindrolling Trichen, Terdag Lingpa.
After several years of tireless effort helping to establish Tibetan Buddhism in exile, his official enthronement took place in 1962. In 1976 Rinpoche was finally able to set up the official monastic seat of Mindrolling in exile. Located in the foothills of the Himalayas in Dehra Dun in North India, Mindrolling Monastery has expanded steadily to become one of the largest Buddhist centers in existence today. All the great masters of Tibetan Buddhism, and especially all the teachers of the Nyingma lineage consider Mindrolling to be an inspiring example of the practice of the pure and profound Dharma of Vajrayana Buddhism.