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The Thubten Dhargye Ling Buddhist Center is an American Tibetan Buddhist center founded by Geshe Gyeltsen in 1978. [1]

The Thubten Dhargye Ling Buddhist Center was founded in 1978 by Geshe Gyeltsen at the "urging of his students," according to the Los Angeles Times . [1] The center, which was originally located in Los Angeles, relocated to its present location in Long Beach, California, in 1996. [1]

Geshe Gyeltsen died at the center in February 2009 at the age of 85. [1]

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 Woo, Elaine (2009-02-21). "MusGeshe Tsultim Gyeltsen dies at 85; Tibetan lama founded Long Beach Buddhist center". Los Angeles Times . Retrieved 2009-05-02.

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