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Tashi Lhunpo Monastery has begun the construction on the state-of-the-art library on the monastery ground. Upon completion, it will be twice as large as our present library. Our intent is to fulfill two important missions. First, the library will become a modern educational center for the growing numbers of monks. Secondly, it will serve as a preservation center to maintain our Tibetan and religious heritage as well as a restoration place for our Tibetan Buddhist religious works. 

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Presently, Tashi Lhunpo Monastery is constructing a coffee shop near the new temple.

Since its completion, the new temple has become a popular destination, attracting visitors and religious pilgrims from all over the world. Seeing the frequent influx of visitors daily with no place on the monastery ground for them to rest during their visit, the monastery governing council has decided to build a coffee shop where these visitors can refresh themselves in a beautiful and comfortable environment. We plan to offer several kinds of refreshments and sweets at a reasonable cost. 

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Proposed Design of the Main Mrayer Hall Project

While not overly extravagant in size, the new Prayer Hall will comfortably accommodate the full community of monks, while the existing Prayer Hall will become the home of the monastery's Tantric College, the Ngagpa Tratsang.

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Tashi Lhunpo Monastery is still one of the smallest and the poorest of the Tibetan monasteries in exile. The Main Prayer Hall, built in 1972 when the monastery was re-established, is unable to hold the monstery's current population of just over 350 monks, and as a result the preservation of the monastery's unique Tibetan Buddhist scholarship remains at risk.

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