monastery is famous in Tibet, for the place of peacock
(auspicious bird in Tibetan Tantra) spread its tail and
the Wara River goes around here as twins golden fish.
The great Founder Guru Chogyal Phagpa had turned wheel
of Dharma here and left the statue of Protector Gampo
with knife and other precious gems.
Wara Monastery is one of the main monastery of Sakya
lineage. It was belonged to White Bon Religion and
transformed into Sakya Tradition by Chogyal Phagpa, who
bestowed several supreme Buddha status and guardian
statues here.It had been the ancestral monastery of Dege
H.E. Dangqu Denpa became monk here in his childhood.
Several generations of Sakya Trizin and Sakya Khenpos
used to spread Dharma and benefit beings here.
The Dharma teachings in Wara monastery are Sakya Lamdre
chiefly, and the Non-sectarian teachings of Dzogchen,
There are over 200 monks presently.