Segyu Gaden Phodrang Monastery

Welcome to the Segyu Gaden Phodrang Monastery

Welcome to the Segyu Gaden Phodrang Monastery. Situated on the outskirts of Central Kathmandu, Nepal. The Monastery is located near the famed Boudhanath Stupa, an UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the largest stupa sites famous for pilgrimage in the world.

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Segyu Monastery family

About Us

Since the founding of this magnificent Tantric monastery, Segyu Gaden Phodrang, in 1432 by the spiritual father Je Sherab Sengge and his spiritual son Dulnagpa Palden Zangpo, under the patronage of Se Depa Rinchen Tsewa, and also by the altruistic deeds of the line of Gyuchen, the Great Vajra Masters, this buddhist monastery has flourished in its activities of the Three Higher Trainings

Our Spiritual Programs

Special Puja Request

Request for a special puja performed for yourself, your loved ones and friends, for the success of your business, to accumulate merit, to remove obstacles to health or to assist a person who is sick or dying.

Monthly Pujas

The monthly practices conducted by the monks of Segyu Gaden Phodrang. You are welcome to make offerings or sponsor food for monks during these monthly pujas.

Prayer Dedications

There are daily pujas and monthly pujas. People can sponsor different types of pujas which can help overcome obstacles and also accumulate merit.

Request for Divination

We have Lamas trained in the ancient art of divination who can help you to determine which puja is most beneficial for you and your loved ones.

How You Can Contribute

There are many ways you can contribute to Segyu Gaden Phodrang Monastery in its mission.


Help provide the monks with proper nutrition, medical care and education. These donations will help us provide the best for our precious monks.


If you find our projects meaningful and would like to see these come to fruition, please consider making a one-time or monthly donation.


We always try to offer volunteer jobs that match your wishes. A few hours, or a few days, of help is so beneficial and appreciated.

We welcome all visitors and guests to come and learn more about this precious gem of a monastery.