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The great Longchen Rabjam also studied here in his youth.
But by the end of the eighteenth century there was no resident community of monks, and when Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo visited the site in the mid-nineteenth century he said it had become an ordinary village of lay people (grong nag).
- Onodo, Shunzo. Abbatial Successions of the Colleges of gSang phu sNe'u thog Monastery. Bull. of the National Museum of Ethmology 15 no 4 (1990) 149-1071.
- van der Kuijp, Leonard. The Monastery of Gsang-phu Ne'u-thog and Its Abbatial Succession from ca. 1073 to 1250. Berliner Indologische Studien 3 (1987) pp. 103-127.