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Washington D.C.

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Bodhicitta Foundation

Address: 1727 R St, NW Apt 501, Washington, DC 20009  DC
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan
Phone: (202) 518-1221
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Diamond Way

Address: 6424 33rd Street NW   Washington DC 20015
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Karma Kagyu, Diamond Way
Affiliation: Diamond Way Buddhism
Phone: 2025891170
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Spiritual Director: Erik  (Phone: 2025891170)
Contact: Erik Olson  

Drikung Mahayana Center (Washington, D.C. Area)

Address: 14905 Coles Chance Road, North Potomac MD 20878   DC
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Drikung Kagyu lineage
Phone: (240) 893-6973
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Spiritual Director: His Eminence Garchen Triptrül Rinpoche  

Giac Hoang Buddhist Temple

Address: 5401 16th Street N.W., Washington D.C. 20011   DC
Tradition: Vietnamese Mahayana
Phone: (202) 829-2423
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Spiritual Director: Ven Thich Thanh Dam  

International Buddhist Worship Services

Address: George Washington University Washington DC 20005  DC
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: (202) 994 6325
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Contact Person: Professor B.N.Hebbar  

Kagyu Drupgyu Chödzong (Kagyu DC)

Address: 1519 D St.  S.E. Washington DC 20003-2439
Tradition: Vajrayana, Karma Kagyu and Shangpa Kagyu lineages
Affiliation: Kagyu Thubten Chöling, the monastery and retreat center
Phone: (202) 546-0226
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Contact: Patrick McClintock & Marilyn Goldberg  
Spiritual Director: Venerable Lama Norlha Rinpoche  
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NB Of Kyabje Dorje Chang Kalu Rinpoche in Wappingers Falls, N.Y.     

Mintwood Zendo

Address: P.O. Box 21022, Kalorama Station   Washington DC 20009-0522
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: ( 301) 928-3718
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Contact person: Dennis  

Shambhala Center of Washington DC

Address: 8719 Colesville Road  Silver Spring DC 20910-3919
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Kagyu/Ngingma
Phone: (301) 588-7020
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Founder: Ven. Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche  
Contact: Kathy Idziak  
Spiritual Director: Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche  
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Venue: Suite 210.

Vajrayogini Buddhist Center

Address: 1803 Connecticut Ave   Washington DC 20009
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, New Kadampa Tradition
Affiliation: International Kadampa Buddhist Union
Phone: (202) 986 2257
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Contact: Marian Jones  Email  
Contact: Tracy Meehleib  Email  
Teacher: Gen Kelsang Varahi  
Spiritual Director: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  

Washington, D.C. Sitting Group

Tradition: Mahayana, Soto/Rinzai Zen
Affiliation: Informally to Mountain and Rivers Order
Phone: (202) 722-1511
Contact: Daniel Taisen Bruner, M.R.O.  

Wat Tummaprateip Washington DC

Address: 36 Farmington Road, W., Accokeek, MD 20607   DC
Tradition: Theravada
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Buddha Nature Club

Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Pan-Buddhist Club at George Washington University open to all people
Phone: (858) 336-5749
Main Contact: Daniel James Perez  Email  (Phone: 858-336-5749)
Teacher: Professor Hebbar  
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Meetings are held every Thursday of the semester at GW Hillel, 23rd & H St. NW

Rigpa - Washington, DC

Address:   DC
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Nyingma (Rigpa)
Phone: (866) 200-5876
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Spiritual Director: Sogyal Rinpoche  
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Rigpa aims to present the Buddhist tradition of Tibet in a way that is both completely authentic, and as relevant as possible to the lives and needs of modern men and women.

Open to all schools and traditions of Buddhist wisdom, and with the guidance and gracious patronage of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Rigpa offers those following the Buddhist teachings a complete path of study and practice, along with the environment they need to experience the teachings fully.

Washington Buddhist Vihara

Address: 5017 16th Street, N.W.,   Washington DC
Tradition: Theravada, American
Phone: (202) 723-0773
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Founder: Ven. Madihe Pannasiha Mahanayaka Thera  
Notes and Events:

Endeavoring to share the knowledge of the Dhamma of the Buddha, the Washington Buddhist Vihara, from it is very inception, has supported a policy that goes beyond ethnic and cultural boundaries. Though people of many nationalities frequent the Vihara, all regular services are conducted in the English language. This policy has greatly aided the introduction of Buddhism to the USA. In fact, almost one half of the Washington Buddhist Vihara Societys membership is made up of local Americans. As there are no language barriers, visitors and devotees who speak different languages feel quite at home at the Vihara. There is always some one to talk to.