|Location||Stakna, Leh district Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India|
|Founded by||Chosje Jamyang Palkar|
|Founded||Late 16th century|
|Number of monks||30|
It was founded in the late 16th century by a Bhutanese scholar and saint, Chosje Jamyang Palkar. The name, literally meaning 'tiger's nose' was given because it was built on a hill shaped like a tiger's nose. Of note is a sacred Arya Avalokitesvara statue from Kamrup, Assam. Stakna has a residence of approximately 30 monks.
- "Stakna Gompa". Buddhist-temples.com. Retrieved October 19, 2009.