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Drikung Meditation Center (Boston)

Centre description
Located in the heart of Arlington, Massachusetts U.S.A. (the metro Boston area) we are dedicated to the practice and study of the Buddha’s teachings as preserved in the Drikung Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism. Visit DrikungBoston.org for more information.

A branch of Tibet’s famous Katsel monastery, we are a pilgrimage site featuring an emanation replica of the famous Jowo Rinpoche statue in Lhasa, Tibet. For more information on the U.S. Jowo Rinpoche please visit http://Jokhang.org

Dharmic activities
We have a Lama (spiritual master) in residence, as well as host a variety of spiritual masters throughout the year.

Currently, we are fund raising to purchase a temple. Please visit our websites if you would like to make a donation. All purchases made at http://DharmaStuff.com help as well. Thank you!
Community service
We are here to serve the community and to bring the happiness and joy of the Buddhist teachings to everyone who is interested. Last year, we visited inmates at the local jails, visited schools, and will try to go whenever we are invited. Please contact us if you have a group that is interested in learning more or that can benefit from Buddhism.
Established 1985
Founder Khenchen Konchog Gyaltshen Rinpoche
Lineage Drikung Kagyu
Lineage holder / Director Ven. Lama Sonam
Language(s) English & Tibetan
Where on earth is Drikung Meditation Center (Boston)?
Drikung Meditation Center (Boston)
15 Bartlett Ave.
Arlington Massachusetts
USA 02476
Contact Anyone
Tel 1-339-368-5740
Email info@drikungboston.org
WWW drikungboston.org
Update 2010-02-22
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