In 2006 Zhijedpa Au Lama Tsultrim Gyaltsen and Dungzin Dampa Rinpoche established Dingri Langkor Zhijed Ling, with the blessings of Kyabje Trulshik Rinpoche and Kyabje Chatral Sangye Dorje Rinpoche, to preserve the sacred doctrine of the Buddha in general and the Zhijed and Chod teachings in particular.
Gautam Buddha Vihara, along with its extensive library, the Library Dedicated to the Flourishing of the Wondrous Lineage of the Drukpa Kagyu, was built by Tharchen Dorje Lingpa Rinpoche (Lama Thinley Namgyal Rinpoche) in Swayambhu, Nepal. His wish was to preserve the practice transmission of the Buddhist teachings in general and the unique lineage of the Drukpa Kagyu tradition in particular. Since its inception, rare and unique writings of past masters have been gathered from all over the Himalayan region, compiled into collections, and printed, along with single volumes of important pith instructions, biographies, and important commentaries.
Through the inspiration and compassionate guidance of Khenchen Lodro Donyo Rinpoche, Bokar Publications was established in 2015 with the mission to collect, transcribe, and publish the teachings of earlier and contemporary masters, principally Kyabje Bokar Dorjechang, and to preserve and publish other rare teachings and texts.
Benchen Monastery in Ga Kyegudo, Kham, in the Land of Snows, was founded by the first Sangye Nyenpa, Tashi Paljor, and is renowned as the principal seat of the Sangye Nyenpa tulkus. At the second seat, Benchen Monastery in Nepal, two publishing houses were established: Benchen Lekshe Gyunkyong Khang and Sungrab Gyunpel Khang, which serve to preserve the teachings of both Kyabje Drubwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche and Kyabje Tenga Rinpoche, as well as other rare practice texts.