H.E. graduated from Ngagyur Nyingma College, Dehradun, India in 2014. Even before the completion of his studies, the Rephel Mindrol Monastery in Trongsa was offered to him by the local community. Since then Rinpoche has been taking full responsibility of the monastery and renamed it Sangchen Ogyen Tsuklag Monastery, recognizing its historical importance which was linked to many former incarnations of Khedrupchen Rinpoche. He has been working tirelessly to uphold this historical monastery founded by Monmo Tashi Khyidren (the Bhutanese Consort of Guru Rinpoche) around 1200 years ago which is now home to 25 monks who are mostly orphans and either physically and/or mentally challenged.
Today, Khedrupchen Rinpoche has followers and students from all over the world and teaches on Buddhist philosophies and
meditation techniques among other topics in Bhutan and abroad. With his vision to make Buddhist teachings accessible to any one who seeks it whether lay men or monk; combining teachings (where one learns) and retreats (where one puts the teachings into practice), Rinpoche has a vast array of projects under the umbrella of Khedrup Foundation, a Religious Organization which envisions and works to benefit the Buddha Dharma and all sentient beings at large.
Recently, Khedrupchen Rinpoche has taught on a varying range of topics mostly relevant to the modern world and how Buddhism and its values can be used as a tool to overcome the challenges brought on by our daily lives with the ultimate goal to achieve lasting peace and happiness.
Volunteering as Teaching Faculty in Nyagyur Nyingma College in Dehradhun India. Where he completed his Masters education.
Xiamen University in Fujian China – Vajrachadikha/ Diamond Sutra
Mountain Echoes in Bhutan – Mindfulness Meditation
San Miguel, Mexico – Buddhist Teachings as a Foundation of Happiness
The Quantum Academy in Singapore - Meditation & Innovation & How to Implement them in the Modern World.
California Institute of Integral Studies – Buddhist Practice in Cosmological Development
Stanford University – Mindfulness Meditation
Berkeley Dzogchen Centre – Emptiness Meditation
Global Purpose Summit in San Francisco – The One Day Practice