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Buddhist Centers

Mannheim Diamond Way Buddhist Center

The Mannheim Diamond Way Buddhist Center was founded on October 23rd 1984 by Lama Ole Nydahl and was first located in private rooms. In the first decades Lama Ole Nydahl visited Mannheim and the region regularly, giving many teachings.… more

Mantova Diamond Way Buddhist Center

It was founded in 2008. We are students of Lama Ole Nydahl and the main activity is the meditation on the XVI Karmapa. We often invite travelling teachers, authorized by Lama Ole, for public lectures. more

Marbella Diamond Way Buddhist Center

The center was founded in 2003 on behalf of Lama Ole Nydahl. Since then it holds weekly meditations and regular courses with Diamond Way teachers. Lama Ole has visited our center twice. And Mipham Rinpoche (Karmapa's father) visited us… more

Martha’s Vineyard Bodhi Path Buddhist Center

The 14th Shamar Rinpoche founded the Martha's Vineyard Bodhi Path Buddhist Center in 1999. The present location in West Tisbury is a few miles from the beach, in a quiet, wooded area. Our meditation hall provides a peaceful, comfortable,… more

Martin Diamond Way Buddhist Center

We are a small meditation group in the city of Martin in Slovakia. Every Wednesday at 19:15 we do a public meditation on the 16th Karmapa. Everyone is welcome. People can get information and also buy or rent literature… more

Melbourne Diamond Way Buddhist Center

Established in 1999, Diamond Way Buddhism Melbourne is one of more than 650 international Buddhist centres of the Karma Kagyu Lineage under the spiritual guidance of Thaye Dorje, His Holiness the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa and founded by Lama Ole… more

Menlo Park Bodhi Path Buddhist Center

The Bodhi Path Karma Kagyu Buddhist Center of Menlo Park is part of an international network of Buddhist Centers founded by the 14th Shamar Rinpoche. The center, located in a three-story house in Menlo Park, was opened in 1993… more

Metepec Diamond Way Buddhist Center

The Metepec Diamond Way Buddhist Center started in 2006 with the blessing of Lama Ole Nydahl, who, two years later, in 2008 came to visit and to inaugurate the place. There was an important development of our activity together… more

Mexico City Diamond Way Buddhist Center

The Mexico City Diamond Way Buddhist Centre was started in 2016, according to the wishes of Lama Ole Nydahl, with the merging of Diamond Way Buddhist centers and groups in the city: Condesa (est. 2006) and Mexico City South… more