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The Gyumay and Gyuto monks make a yearly Dharma lecture round (chos-thog) to various other monasteries.
Katog Dorjeyden Monastery (Ka: - thog rDo-rje gdan dGon-pa, Kathog Monastery), located in the Dergey (sDe-dge) district of the southeastern Tibetan province of Kham (Khams), is one of the six main Nyingma monasteries.
Mindrol-ling and Dorjey-drag in central and south central Tibet, Katog (Ka: - thog) and Pelyul (dPal-yul) in Kham (southeastern Tibet), and Zhechen (Zhe-chen) and Dzogchen (rDzogs-chen) in between.
A second Kadam monastery, Sangpu-neutog (gSang-phu sne’u-thog-gi dgon-pa), also in U, was built in 1073 by another of Atisha’s disciples, Ngog Legpay-sherab (rNgog Legs-pa’i shes-rab).
a chraig ris an abairte Aill-séid-chuan, agus ghoid e na braighde rìomhfhinne uasal, agus thug e i do'n Dun a thog e air Aill-séid-chuan,
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Only the two letters _t_ and _d_ were beyond his power; the articulation of these involves the employment of the tip of the tongue; hence, "tin" he converted into "fin," and "dog" into "thog."] palate, and teeth.