Maya Devi temple at Lumbini, Nepal was the birthplace of Buddha.
Mahabodhi Temple Complex at Bodh Gaya, India was the place of Buddha's Enlightenment.
Ancient Buddhist monasteries near Dhamekh Stupa Monument Site at Sarnath, India where Buddha delivered his first teaching.
The Parinirvana Temple with the Parinirvana Stupa at Kushinagar, India where Buddha attained Parinirvana after his death

This is a list of Buddhist temples, monasteries, stupas, and pagodas for which there are Wikipedia articles, sorted by location.

Contents

AustraliaEdit

Australian Capital TerritoryEdit

New South WalesEdit

QueenslandEdit

South AustraliaEdit

VictoriaEdit

Western AustraliaEdit

BangladeshEdit

BhutanEdit

 
Paro Taktsang (Tiger's Nest)

BumthangEdit

  • Kurjey Lhakhang - one of Bhutan's most sacred temples - image of Guru Rinopche enshrined in rock.

ParoEdit

  • Rinpung Dzong
  • Paro Taktsang (Tiger's Nest) - perched on a 1,200 meter cliff, this is one of Bhutan's most spectacular monasteries.

PunakhaEdit

PhobjikaEdit

ThimphuEdit

CambodiaEdit

 
Prasat Angkor Wat
 
Wat Preah Keo Morokot
 
Wat Phnom.

AngkorEdit

Kampong ThomEdit

Phnom PenhEdit

PursatEdit

CanadaEdit

People's Republic of ChinaEdit

 
The Tianning Pagoda in Beijing, built around 1120.
 
The Putuo Zongcheng Temple in Hebei, represents a fusion of Chinese and Tibetan architectural style.
 
Tianning Temple (Changzhou) in Jiangsu - the tallest pagoda and the tallest wooden structure in the world.[1]
 
Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, Xi'an, Shaanxi province.
 
Golden Temple (Chinese Buddhist) at the summit of Emei Shan, in Sichuan. Emei Shan is one of the Four Sacred Mountains of Chinese Buddhism.
 
The Three Pagodas of Chong Sheng Temple, Dali City, Yunnan.

AnhuiEdit

BeijingEdit

FujianEdit

GuangdongEdit

HainanEdit

HebeiEdit

HenanEdit

HohhotEdit

HubeiEdit

Hong KongEdit

JiangsuEdit

JiangxiEdit

NingxiaEdit

QuanzhouEdit

ShaanxiEdit

ShandongEdit

ShanghaiEdit

ShanxiEdit

SichuanEdit

Tibet Autonomous RegionEdit

 
The Jokhang Temple in Lhasa, Tibet.

YunnanEdit

ZhejiangEdit

EuropeEdit

 
The Pagode de Vincennes, originally the Cameroon Pavilion of the 1931 Paris Colonial Exposition.
 
Das Buddhistische Haus in Berlin - the oldest Buddhist temple in Europe.
 
The main stupa at Samyé Ling monastery in Scotland

DenmarkEdit

EnglandEdit

FranceEdit

GermanyEdit

HungaryEdit

ItalyEdit

The NetherlandsEdit

PolandEdit

ScotlandEdit

SloveniaEdit

SpainEdit

SwedenEdit

IndiaEdit

Andhra PradeshEdit

 
Buddhist Monastery Remnants, Ramatheertham, Andhra Pradesh

Arunachal PradeshEdit

BiharEdit

GoaEdit

Buddhist caves exist in following places in Goa:[citation needed]

Buddha idols have been found in several places, and some temples, some are still in worship and are considered now as Hindu gods. Monasteries used to exist in many places, and it can be seen from the names of the modern villages. For example, Viharas have been found in modern Divachali or ancient Dipakavishaya, Lamgaon or ancient Lamagrama and many other places.

Himachal PradeshEdit

Jammu and KashmirEdit

KarnatakaEdit

KeralaEdit

Madhya PradeshEdit

MaharashtraEdit

 
Deekshabhoomi, Buddhism revival place in India

OrissaEdit

 
Dhauli, Orissa

SikkimEdit

Tamil NaduEdit

Uttar PradeshEdit

West BengalEdit

IndonesiaEdit

IsraelEdit

JapanEdit

FukuiEdit

FukuokaEdit

GifuEdit

HiroshimaEdit

HyōgoEdit

IwateEdit

KagawaEdit

 
Zentsū-ji (Kūkai's birthplace)

KanagawaEdit

KyotoEdit

 
Kinkaku-ji (Rinzai-Shōkoku-ji sect), the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, located in Kyoto. It was built in Muromachi period.

MiyagiEdit

NaganoEdit

NagasakiEdit

NaraEdit

 
Tōdai-ji's Daibutsu in Nara, Nara

OsakaEdit

  • Shitennō-ji (the first Buddhist and oldest officially administered temple in Japan)

SaitamaEdit

ShigaEdit

 
Konpon Chū-dō of Enryakuji in Ōtsu, Shiga

ShizuokaEdit

TochigiEdit

TokyoEdit

ToyamaEdit

WakayamaEdit

 
Danjogaran of Mount Kōya

YamagataEdit

YamaguchiEdit

YamanashiEdit

LaosEdit

 
Pha That Luang

VientianeEdit

Luang PhrabangEdit

MalaysiaEdit

MongoliaEdit

MyanmarEdit

NepalEdit

 
The Great Drigung Kagyud Lotus Stupa in Lumbini, Nepal

Kapilbastu DistrictEdit

Kathmandu DistrictEdit

Mustang DistrictEdit

Rupandehi DistrictEdit

  • Lumbini, birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama Buddha

New ZealandEdit

PhilippinesEdit

Metro ManilaEdit

DavaoEdit

RussiaEdit

SingaporeEdit

South AfricaEdit

South KoreaEdit

Sri LankaEdit

TaiwanEdit

 
Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial Center, Taiwan.

TanzaniaEdit

ThailandEdit

UgandaEdit

United StatesEdit

 
Hsi Lai Temple (Chinese) in Hacienda Heights, California - the largest Buddhist temple in the United States.
 
Deer Park Monastery meditation hall (Vietnamese) in Escondido, California.
 
Shambhala Center (Tibetan) in Boulder, Colorado.
 
Kadampa Buddhist Temple in Seattle, Washington.
 
Linh Quang Buddhist Center (Vietnamese) in Lincoln, Nebraska.

ArizonaEdit

CaliforniaEdit

ColoradoEdit

ConnecticutEdit

FloridaEdit

GeorgiaEdit

HawaiiEdit

IllinoisEdit

KentuckyEdit

LouisianaEdit

MarylandEdit

MassachusettsEdit

MichiganEdit

MinnesotaEdit

NebraskaEdit

New JerseyEdit

New MexicoEdit

New YorkEdit

North CarolinaEdit

OhioEdit

OregonEdit

Rhode IslandEdit

TexasEdit

UtahEdit

VirginiaEdit

WashingtonEdit

WisconsinEdit

VietnamEdit

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ China Daily. (April 30, 2007). World's Tallest Pagoda Inaugurated. Chinadaily.com.cn. Retrieved on 2008-05-22.
  2. ^ "Convicted S'pore Buddhist monk Shi Ming Yi walks free after 6mths in jail". Retrieved 22 December 2014. 
  3. ^ "SkyscraperPage - Chung-Tai Buddhist Temple". 2008-11-08. 
  4. ^ "Buddhist Community of Lincoln". Lincoln Journal Star. Retrieved October 12, 2015. 
  5. ^ "Grand opening ceremony set for new Buddhist Temple". Lincoln Journal Star. Retrieved October 11, 2015. 

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