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Buddhism In Paris

Buddhism in Paris Posted 24 August 2005
Are there any Buddhist monastery in Paris?
Isak
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Posted 24 August 2005
Why would you want to see a Buddhist monastery?
Buddhism Sucks!
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Posted 24 August 2005
The Melbourne Linh Son Buddhist Temple is situated in Radford Road, Reservoir, in the midst of an industrial build-up. The Temple is situated on a property that used to be the local primary school (the secondary college is still functioning next door), which was purchased during the school closures of the Kennett era of Liberal Government. It is six acres in total, with the original building still remaining to the left of the Temple. The Temple itself is a large structure with shrine rooms, a spacious kitchen and many rooms for accommodation and various other activities. However, it is while appreciating the grounds themselves that one begins to realise that this is a truly Buddhist structure.

more: http://www.ordinarymind.net/may2003/focus_03.htm
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Posted 24 August 2005
There is another monastery but not in Paris.
Nalanda Monastery - located close to Lavaur, about 40 km from Toulouse in the Tarn district of Southwest France.

read more here:
http://www.nalanda-monastery.org/index.htm
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Posted 15 September 2008
I don't know about Paris, but I do know that France has about 140 Buddhist communities. Most of them are Tibetans.
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Posted 15 September 2008
See here some interesting pictures of a Buddhist Temple in Paris. Very interesting! http://www.nikolamihov.com/blog/?p=7
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Re: Buddhism in Paris Posted 28 September 2008
Isak wrote:Are there any Buddhist monastery in Paris?


if your religion is buddhism, then you may want to visit Le Centre Bouddhiste, they need volunteers all the time
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Posted 29 September 2008
Paris is a city for any religion, so nobody will discrimate you if you practice Buddism, so you can make it openly or maybe create your own circle of persons.
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Posted 29 September 2008
The indian district, it is a nice place to isit for such things
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Re: Buddhism in Paris Posted 04 April 2011
Or you can try the Buddha Bar.
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