Support Us

The current objective is to raise the funds to enable reconstruction of Sambha gompa to enable enthronement of the tulku and make it habitable for a resident monk caretaker who may also provide services to the local community.


Dharma Chakra Upakar Samaj Sewa (DharmaChakra Welfare Service Society) is our NGO registered with the Government of Nepal to support Chhairo gompa.

NGO Registration No. 428 registered 8/10/2070 (BS) (22 Jan 2014)

PAN (tax) registration 061987148

How to make a donation

Any donation, however small, is welcome.

Dharma Chakra Welfare Service Society’s bank account is held at Prabhu Bank, Kalanki branch, Kathmandu.
Account number 022-022102001973180-000001

The details for making an international bank transfer are here. Please use the Contact Us page to inform us of your donation and any preference you have for its use, which we will make our best efforts to honour.

Visit us

If you are already planning on visiting Nepal, you can read about things to see and do, or message us to find out how to visit lower Mustang, and the Thak Khola region.  You can travel independently or tell your travel agent about the places you want to visit so they can include it in your itinerary.

If you are already in Pokhara, you can take a local bus or tourist jeep to Jomsom, and get out at Tukuche. There is only one road and two guesthouses, so you can’t get lost.

If you are doing the Annapurna Circuit anticlockwise, on the way down make sure you walk on the left bank (east) of the Kali Gandaki river after Marpha to visit Chhairo gompa and avoid the dusty and busy road. After crossing the footbridge, after the Namgyaling Tibetan Refugee camp the path goes past Chhairo gompa. Lower down, when you see a large Om Mani Padme Hom painted on a rock on the other bank, veer to the right, to cross a long suspension bridge.

Then follow the highway into Tukuche. The old road splits off at the top of the school playing field, and Sambha gompa abuts the highway but accessed through the playing field – there are stone steps built into the wall to enable you to climb over.

Tell your friends about us

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Are you a writer or a journalist? If you’d like to write an article about Sambha’s history, please feel free to include material from our site, or contact us if you have any questions.

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