Hung Syllable surrounded by Vajra Guru Mantra.

Centers & Practice Groups

North America

centers

Main shrineroom used for meditation at Chagdud Gonpa Ati Ling in Cazadero, California.

Cazadero, CA

Ati Ling

Ati Ling is the Bay Area branch of the Chagdud Gonpa Foundation established by the late His Eminence Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche, and is located just over two hours north of San Francisco in the coastal hills of west Sonoma county. Our resident lama is Tromge Jigme Rinpoche, son of Chagdud Rinpoche, and lama of Ati Ling since 1992.

Tara House, the main shrineroom used for meditation at Chagdud Gonpa Rigdzin Ling in Junction City, California.

Junction City, CA

Rigdzin Ling

In 1988, a vast and splendid piece of land was acquired in Northern California and Chagdud Rinpoche named it Rigdzin Ling, "the abode of the Awakened State Holders", which became the seat of the Chagdud Gonpa Foundation. The place was consecrated by great ceremonies, numerous offerings and aspiration prayers.

Shrineroom used for meditation at Chagdud Gonpa Amrita in Seattle, Washington.

Seattle, WA

Amrita

Chagdud Gonpa Amrita is the Seattle branch of Chagdud Gonpa Foundation. Since 1983, it has provided a place for beginning students and long-time practitioners to gather for teachings and practice in the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.

Main shrine room for meditation at Chagdud Gonpa Dechen Ling in Cottage Grove, Oregon.

Cottage Grove, OR

Dechen Ling

For the past 35 years, Chagdud Dechen Ling has been a Chagdud Gonpa center, with Red Tara and Vajrakilaya practice being held here on a daily basis. Although our Cottage Grove Sangha is small in numbers, it is a dedicated group of practitioners, who each care deeply about carrying out Rinpoche’s original intention for this place.

Stupa at Chagdud Gonpa Padma Ling in Spokane, Washington.

Spokane, WA

Padma Ling

As resident lama of Padma Ling in Spokane, WA, Lama Inge Zangmo maintains a daily practice schedule, and offers teachings twice a week. She also travels and teaches at various dharma centers in the United States and has taught in Germany and Nepal.

practice groups

South America

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The main Buddhist temple used for meditation on a clear day at Chagdud Gonpa Khadro Ling in Três Coroas, Brazil.

Três Coroas, Brazil

Khadro Ling

Chagdud Gonpa Khadro Ling, located in Três Coroas, Rio Grande do Sul, is the South American headquarters of a network of Vajraiana Tibetan Buddhism Centers founded by His Eminence Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche in 1995.

The main Buddhist temple used for meditation at Chagdud Gonpa Odsal Ling in São Paulo, Brazil.

São Paulo, Brazil

Odsal Ling

Odsal Ling, Chagdud Gonpa Brasil's São Paulo temple, was founded in São Paulo in 1993 by H.E. Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche. After the end of Lama Tsering's retreat ended in 1995, she and her husband Lama Norbu also moved to Brazil establishing themselves in São Paulo to support and make the São Paulo sangha flourish.

New Dordje Ling temple under construction in Curitiba, Brazil.

Curitiba, Brazil

Dordje Ling

Chagdud Gonpa Dordje Ling offers teachings and meditation practices of the Nyingma Tibetan Buddhist tradition in the southern Brazilian city of Curitiba, in the State of Parana. Our temple is located in a rented house downtown and all of the practices, meditations and teachings are realized in a tent in the backyard, maintained for over 10 years by the generosity and contributions of our members and sympathizers.‍

Chagdud Gonpa Buddhist temple Sengue Dzong located in Lavalleja, Uruguay.

Lavalleja, Uruguay

Sengue Dzong

Located in the mountains of Uruguay, Sengue Dzong resides at almost 400 meters in elevation, in an area of ​​600 hectares. This temple was built in the Tibetan and Eastern Bhutanese style with the stones of the place, which were blessed one by one with a mantra.

Chagdud Gonpa Buddhist retreat center Dawa Drolma in

Casa Branca, Brazil

Dawa Drolma

Dawa Drolma is located in Casa Branca, Brazil in a region of beautiful mountains that allow for a view of all of Belo Horizonte. It is the third largest temple of the Nyingma lineage in Brazil and has a Gonpa–which means peaceful place in Tibetan–with traditional paintings, statues, a stupa and 4 large prayer wheels.