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Co-curriculum Activities

Generally different contests play extremely vital role in the enhancement of quality education. Every Friday we organize inter class or inter house Tri-lingual (i.e. Tibetan, Nepali and English) Spelling contest, debate, quiz, elocution contest, poem recitation contest etc. These contests are organized and arranged by our teachers in a team work. This is also a very good platform where students learn a sense of competition, which will lead them to work harder to win. We arrange trophies and different prizes to make such contests even more effective. Sometimes we invite special guests during contests to observe their talents and to motivate them as well

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Computer Class

In this advanced era computer is a major tool to operate every function. In our school we are giving computer classes to our senior students. Right now we are running our computer classes with limited computers and we are looking forward to add more computers in the future.

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Games & Sports

We believe it is our duty to shape our children the best mentally as well as physically. Obviously children like to play anyway but it is also very important to teach them rules and tricks of playing properly and safely. We organize basketball match, volleyball match, football match, long tennis, badminton match as well as other various sports like relay race, pillow fight, skipping race, tug of war etc. This is very effective way of learning. Students learn new thing along with full entertainment.

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Welcome to Pal Ewam Namgyal Monastic School

Pal Ewam Namgyal Monastic School’s established began with the visions of the Khenpo Tsewang Rigzin. Khenpo la witnessed the harsh living condition and limited educational opportunities to the local children living in Mustang and other remote areas of Nepal. Then Khenpo la made a commitment to establish a monastic school for the greater benefit of these children. On July 10th 2005 Khenpo Tsewang Rigzin initiated the project and opened a monastic school for young novice monks. The school was thus named Pal Ewam Namgyal Read More

Khenpo Tsewang Rigzin

Tashi Delek and Namaste to all my dear friends and well-wishers. I ‘’Khenpo Tsewang Rigzin’’ fou Read More

Nunnery School

In June 2005, Mrs Francesca Stengel and Maraigrazia, two Italian women met Ven. Khenpo Tsewang Rigzin Read More

Our Project


There are already tourists coming to Mustang for the natural and cultural wonders of our surroundings. With the government's plan to improve the transportation infrascture to Mustang, we foreseen an increase in the numbers of tourist Read More


People do not have access to basic medical care and normal ailments can prove fatal for them without proper doctors and medicines. For example, maternal mortality, although reduced dramatically in the past 10 years, still disproporti Read More

Nunnery Shrine Hall Project. (Trenkhar, Mustang)

Every year we organize Mani program in Trenkhar, Mustang. Mani is a six words mantra of Chenrezig, the embodiment of compassion. This mantra is often carved into stones or written in a mani wheel (prayer wheel). Ven. Khenpo Tsewang R Read More

Namgyal Monastery Reconstruction Project.

Massive earthquake of 25th April and 2nd May 2015 destroyed our monastery badly. Whole villager and our well-wishers around the world were emotionally hurt a lot by this miserable incident as this monastery carries a history of more Read More

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Generally the practice of giving is one of the most basic human virtues that testifies the quality of one’s humanity and capacity for self-transcendence. In the teaching of the Buddha, too, the practice of giving claims a place of special eminence, one which singles it out as being in a sense the foundation and seed of spiritual development. The amount of merit gained varies according to three factors: the quality of the donor’s motive, the spiritual purity of the recipient, and the kind and size of the gift. Since we have to experience the results of our actions, and good deeds lead to good results and bad deeds to bad results, it is sensible to try to create as much good kamma as possible. In the practice of giving, this would mean keeping one’s mind pure in the act of giving, selecting the worthiest recipients available, and choosing the most appropriate and generous gifts one can afford.
Our institute is a non-profitable institute specially dedicated to the needy children. Every child on this planet whether he/she is rich or poor have right to education. Unfortunately children of poor family especially from rural areas don’t get opportunity of education from their very young age. Our door is always open for those children. We provide them free education, food, clothing, medication, accommodation, etc. This has been possible because of our generous sponsors. We are grateful to our dear sponsors for helping us to help these needy children. Thank you dear sponsors.


I am a simple Buddhist monk in Pal Ewam Namgyal Monastic School. I start my day feeling gratitude of the precious life I have. I wake up at 4:30 am every day. After fresh-up I go to our puja hall to recite mantras and to pray. I purify my mind by exercising with positive thoughts during one and half hour of praying and reciting mantras in the morning. This morning routine of praying and feeling gratitude keeps me calm and feel blessed for the rest of my day. I take breakfast at 7 am. By 9 am I get ready for the regular school.
We have regular school from 9 am to 4 pm. I am aware that my school is specially established for poor children like me. I am grateful to my Guru (Master) Ven. Khenpo Tsewang Rinzin (founder of PENMS) for giving us this golden opportunity. Ven. Khenpo Tsewang Rinzin has proved that a great positive action of just one person can make such a big positive difference in society, I always dream to follow his path to serve the society. When I think of these all things, I feel a strong feeling of gratitude towards my Guru Ven. Khenpo Tsewang Rinzin.
After 4 pm I practice my dharma subjects till 5:30. Then I play with my friends. While playing with my friends I feel really blessed that I have such a huge group of family with whom I can share my smiles and tears. I am grateful to this beautiful life.
Till 7 pm I complete my homework and have dinner. After dinner I pray to god for the delicious meal. Actually I pray and thank before and after every meal. My self-study starts from 8 pm to 9 pm and then I sleep thinking of every opportunity I had this day and thank this life for all the opportunity.
In this way I practice gratitude every day. Practice of gratitude makes me strong and positive. This is the daily routine of my monastic school life.