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Aryapala Meditation and Initation Centre
Address: Baruun 4 zam, Lamrim Datsan Hiid Ulaanbaatar 976
Main Contact: Erdenetsetseg Email (Phone: 001-7739889215)
Spiritual Director: Aryapala
Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace
An organisation set up during the Communist times to foster meetings between Buddhists throughout Asia.
Dashi Choiling Monastery
Address: PO Box 363 Ulaanbaatar 20 Mongolia The \'ger\' (tent) monastery in the centre of Ulaanbaatar is the second biggest in the country which also incorporates a Buddhist College.
Phone: 97611 350 007
Fax: 97611 352 006
Dharamchakra Student Club
Address: Room 268 Building No 2 Mongolian National University C/o The Research Centre for Buddhist Culture Mongolian National University PO Box 46 / 386 Ulaanbaatar Mongolia Contact via Buddhist Centre for Buddhist Culture The most active and organised Buddhist student club working with students clubs in all the major academic centres in the country.
Dharma Wheel Association
Address: C/o Foreign Languages Department Mongolian National University Ulaanbaatar Mongolia An association of students and university teachers whose aim is to revive Buddhism in Mongolia with emphasis on publishing Buddhist materials in modern Mongolian.
Dzogchen Community of Mongolia
Address: Mongolia zip 210646 P.O. Box 46a/181 Founded by Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche
Tradition: Vajrayana, Dzogchen of Nyingma and Drugpa schools.
Phone: (976) 9925 8471
Manager and coordinator of international contacts: Dugarov Dorjo Batodalaevich
FPMT Golden Light Sutra Center
Address: P.O. Box 562 Darkhan, Mongolia
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa (FPMT)
Head Monastery of Mongolia
Address: Gandan Thekchenling Monastery Ulaanbaatar Mongolia The Head Monastery of Mongolia with Datsans each specialising in philosophy (Yigurchoiling; Khonghuchoiling and Dash Choinbel), ritual ( Duinkhor Van - Kalachakra; Megjid Janrasig) or tantra.
Institute of Oriental Philosphy
Address: Ulaanbaatar Mongolia A private university established in the \'90s devoted to Philosophy. Several Buddhist scholars on the teaching staff.
Phone: 97611 361 461
Mongolian Buddhist Association
Address: PO Box 49/235 Ulaanbaatar
Phone: 976-11-458489 (0)
Fax: 976-11-458489 (0)
Main Contact: Ven. D. Natsagdorj Email
Norbulingka Buddhist Cultural Centre
Address: Ist Floor FPMT Building Peace Avenue Ulaanbaatar 48 Mongolia Established by the Norbulingka Institute in Dharamsala, India in the 90\\\'s to further the revival of Buddhism through teachings and publications.
Phone: 97611 324 060
Pethub Stangey Choinkhorling Monastery and Bakula Rinpochin Monastic School
Address: PO Box 1046 Ulaanbaatar Mongolia Monastery and monastic school built by Kushok Bakula Rinpoche the ex Indian Ambassador to Mongolia who played a significant role in the revival of Buddhism in the 90\'s. The only fully residential monastery in Mongolia at the present time. (May 2004)
Phone: 97611 322 366
School of Traditional Medicine
Address: National Medical University of Mongolia Ulaanbaatar Mongolia Established in 1989 to train doctors in the theory and clinical practice of Traditional Medicine which was suppressed during the communist times.
Phone: 00976 11 34 30130
Address: Post Box 219 Ulaanbaatar 13
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa (FPMT)
Phone: 11 321 580
Fax: 11 314 115
The Baldan Baraivan Restoration Proect
Address: Baldan Baraivan Cultural Reconstruction Project. Hentii Province, Mongolia Contact:Mark A. Hintzke Cultural Restoration Tourism Project 722a Liggett Avenue San Francisco, CA 94129 This is a project to reconstruct Baldan Baraivan Monastry in Mongolia. The Monastery was built in the 1700s and almost completely destroyed during the cultural revolution. The reconstruction is being undertaken by local people and \'volunteer-tourists\', who need not be trained in construction.
The Research Centre for Buddhist Culture
Address: Mongolian National University PO Box 46 / 386 Ulaanbaatar Mongolia A research based group of academics mainly Buddhist Philosophers and Tibetolgists working to revive Buddhist studies.
Phone: 97611 318 297
Tugs Bayasgalant Buddhist Centre
Address: Ulaanbaatar Mongolia The largest of four Buddhist centres for women. After a 10 year struggle their temple is now built and, in 2004, women from the centre will start a 4 year BA course organised by the Zanabazar Buddhist University.
Phone: 97611 364 111
Address: Dhamma Mangala C/o Dr. Jambal Hatanbaatar Mongolian Medical Centre Ulaanbaater, Songino Hairhan Duureg, Mongolia 21/892
Tradition: Theravada, Vipassana meditation as taught by S.N.Goenka
World Fellowship Buddhists Youth
Zanabazar Buddhist University
Address: Gandanthekchenling Monastery Ulaanbaatar Mongolia Now a registered University offering 6 year courses to monks and laymen, this centre was set up in 1970 to be a centre of academic study of Buddhism for Buddhists throughout the Mongolian Buddhist world.
Phone: 97611 360164
Zanabazar Mongolian Institute of Buddhist Art
Address: Gandan Thekchenling Monastery Ulaanbaatar Mongolia Established in \'94 by Ven. Purevbat under the auspices of Gandan Thekchenling this is now the premier Buddhist Art institution in the country. In Sept 2000 they held their inaugural exhibition \'The Great Artistic Heritage of Mongolia\". Compiled with the help of:
Phone: 97611 363 831
Buddhism in Mongolia Programme Tibet Foundation
Address: Programme Manager Buddhism in Mongolia Programme Tibet Foundation 1 St James Market, London, SW1Y 4SB UK Please note addresses and telephone numbers change.
Affiliation: Tibet Foundation ( London)
Main Contact: Sue Byrne Programme Manager
Notes and Events:
Tibet Foundations Buddhism in Mongolia programme was established in 1993 with the aim to assist Mongolians in their revival of Buddhism.
The Buddhism in Mongolia programme is currently managing a host of educational and publishing projects that attempt to address some of these issues. Projects are implemented to reflect conditions across the spectrum of the Buddhist and lay community in Mongolia. Our operating principal is to respond to requests from Mongolian Buddhists both monastic and lay rather than impose projects on them. We work with the main monastic and academic institutions in Mongolia to develop and then to implement projects. The programme reflects the Foundation aim to further the understanding of Tibetan Buddhism and culture and to work towards their continuity and preservation.