Nyenchen Tanglha (Tib. གཉན་ཆེན་ཐང་ལྷ་, Wyl. gnyan chen thang lha) is the name given both to a 400-mile-long (700km) mountain range of Northern Tibet, and to the protector deity associated with it, who was bound under oath by Guru Padmasambhava when Buddhism was first established in Tibet.
- Richard J. Kohn, 'A Prayer to the God of the Plain' in Donald S. Lopez (ed.) Religions of Tibet in Practice, Princeton University Press, 1997