Palpung Monastery Printing House
The Palpung Monastery Printing House is one of the principal sources of Buddhist texts in Eastern Tibet.
• A two-year grant (2005-2006) to fund the carving of the many woodblocks missing or destroyed during the past years of religious confusion and, in particular, to carve the woodblocks for the collected writings of Tai Situ Pema Nyinje.
• A four-year grant (2007-2011) to fund the carving of Jamgön Kongtrul's Treasury of Instructions, Collected Works of the Eighth Karmapa Mikyö Dorje, and Collected Works of the Seventh Karmapa Chödrak Gyamtso.
Dergé Printing House: sample woodblock prints