Pema Ts’al, Nepal

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Pema Ts’al

Where Nepal
Founder and Spiritual Lead H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama / H.H. the 41st Sakya Trizin
Lineage Nonsectarian



Pema Ts’al School System promotes the full potential of young Tibetans in an environment dedicated to their academic and personal development. It is a place where the youth of Tibet grow in spirit and mind to become responsible, principled and actively engaged citizens of a diverse and changing world. Pema Ts’al School System was established under the blessings of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and under the auspices of His Holiness the Sakya Trizin in 1995.


Pema Ts’al Sakya Monastic Institute

Address: Pokhara 33700, Nepal
Phone: +977 61-401209

The Pema Ts’al Sakya Monastic Institute was founded to provide young Tibetan Buddhist monks with all that ancient traditional monastic and modern education can offer. It was established:

  • To create a model for the community, where education is highly valued, by providing a better opportunity for learning through discipline, dedication, and hard work
  • To inspire an awakening among the community and ethical values in this changing world
  • To awaken a consciousness in the heart of the students as they become a responsible part of the larger community and uplift all humanity through prayers and blessings
  • To establish this institution in all fields of study as the future Mustang University


Pema Ts’al School

Email: pemats’

The Pema Ts’al School fosters the full potential of its young Tibetan students by pursuing a rigorious, broad academic program and cultivating an environment in which they may grow in spirit and mind. In addition the school aims to support the students in becoming responsible members of a diverse and changing world, while gaining an enhanced awareness of their own Tibetan heritage.

The encouragement of critical thinking and cultivation of insight as a way of thought—and as a way of life —provides clarity and frees the imagination, allowing for a deeper level of understanding and creativity to develop. The students’ innate qualities of wisdom and compassion are thereby stimulated and given more freedom to flourish.


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