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The annual Mani Dungdrub takes place over a period of three weeks during Saga Dawa (the month celebrating the birth, enlightenment and passing of Buddha Shakyamuni). Everyone is encouraged to join in the recitation of 100 million Avaloketishvara mantra, and to witness the unfurling of the nunnery’s grand Thongdrel of Thangtong Gyalpo.

Starting on the 23rd day of the 10th month in the lunar calendar, the annual Vajrakiliya Drubchen takes place over a period of one week. Rituals are conducted during the day while mantra recitation continues non-stop. The event concludes at dawn on the last day with the bestowing of Phurbai Ngedrup Lawang.