US Centers & Study Groups

Centers

You can contact our center directors at the email addresses below.

Boulder, Colorado
www.nbboulder.org
info@nbboulder.org

New York, New York
nyc.nalandabodhi.org
nbnyc@nalandabodhi.org

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
phil.nalandabodhi.org
philadelphia@nalandabodhi.org

San Francisco, California
sfbayarea.nalandabodhi.org
sfbayarea@nalandabodhi.org

Seattle, Washington
seattle.nalandabodhi.org
seattle@nalandabodhi.org

West Hartford, Connecticut
ct.nalandabodhi.org
nbct@nalandabodhi.org

Study Groups

Madison, Wisconsin
madison@nalandabodhi.org 

Sarasota, Florida
sarasota.nalandabodhi.org
sarasota@nalandabodhi.org

Tucson, Arizona
nbtucson@gmail.com

Washington, DC
dc.nalandabodhi.org
nbdc@nalandabodhi.org

One of the greatest contributions we can make to our world is to learn how to live in harmony with each other. In his lifetime, the Buddha was very concerned with the creation of a harmonious community, and the hundreds of monastic rules he established were created, not only to help individual monks and nuns achieve their own liberation, but also to promote nonviolent and harmonious living conditions.

Our modern Buddhist communities aren’t retreat centers or monasteries, but we can still have the same goal, if not the same rules.

– Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, from Rebel Buddha