Guru Deva Rinpoche took birth in Aachen Hoshuu of of Ordos Mongolia in the year of Iron Dog 1910 to create great benefit for all sentient beings through flourishing the Dharma. He lived in The Ordos until the age of 20. Then he traveled to Tibet and studied at the great Monastic University of Drepung under Kyabje Pabongka Rinpoche, Kyabje Yongzin Trijang Dorje Chang, Kyabje Yonzin Ling Rinpoche and Kyabje Gonsar Rinpoche and fully acquired all the qualities of the Sutras and Tantras.
When the Dalai Lama and many other ordained and non-ordained people immigrated to India and Nepal, he helped extensively to establish the Great Monastic Universities as well as other monasteries, temples and accommodations.
A great number of representations of Buddha's body, speech and mind were established under his guidance. As a great benefactor of his time he is praised by the Tibetans as the God of wealth.
In 1991, when Buddhism revived in Mongolia, Guru Deva Rinpoche visited Amarbayasgalant, the Monastery of Undur Gegeen, and decided to restore temples, statues, scriptures, accommodations and education for the benefit of the sentient beings.
Since 1992 he has been accomplishing these activities in a vast and complete manner and has giving the restore facilities to responsible monks and the people of Mongolia. .
Amarbayasgalant, one of the most well known and the largest monasteries of Mongolia, located in the beautiful Iven Gol River valley on the foot of Burenkhan Mountain in Baruunburen som of Selenge province. Visitors especially enjoy the magnificent art and architectural construction. The monastery was established by order of Manju emperor Enkh-Amgalan Khan, to cherish and give respect to the Undur Geghen Zanabazar, his skills, wisdom, intellect and accomplishments. Zanabazar who was enthroned as the first Jetzun Dampa and head of Gelung tradition in Mongolia, lived between 1635-1723. He was the 17th century's supreme spiritual teacher of all Mongols and the most prominrnt scholar, proficient in art of sculpting, painting and poetry.