• Special Event

    Karma Rimay O Sal Ling Maui Dharma Center 81 Baldwin Ave. Paia, Hi 96779 ~ 808 579-8076   NOVEMBER 2008 SPECIAL EVENT       International Exhibit of Ancient and Sacred Buddhist Relics Coming to Maui For First Time! (Kahului, Maui, Feb. 4, 2008) A rare international exhibit of ancient and sacred Buddhist Relics are coming to Maui, the weekend of Feb. 22-23-24, for the first time on its around the world tour. The exhibit will only be shown in Read More
  • Temple Project

    Karma Rimay O Sal Ling Maui Dharma Center 81 Baldwin Ave. Paia, Hi 96779 ~ 808 579-8076 Before Lama Tenzin died in 2001, the Center began plans to build a new, larger Tibetan-style temple to meet the growing needs of the community. The new temple will be a vital gathering place  for people from all walks of life and will ensure the stability of the dharma on Maui for future generations. The untimely death of Lama Read More
  • Lineage

    Karma Rimay O Sal Ling Maui Dharma Center 81 Baldwin Ave. Paia, Hi 96779 ~ 808 579-8076 Kalu Rinpoche (1904-1989)   Founder of the Maui Dharma Center The Very Venerable Kalu Rinpoche was an extraordinary teacher of our time. He was a lineage teacher in the Karma Kagyu and Shangpa Kagyu traditions. His fame as a wisdom teacher spread far and wide. Learned Lamas and disciples all over the world were immediately attracted to him. His ability Read More
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  •   Karma Rimay O Sal Ling Maui Dharma Center 81 Baldwin Ave. Paia, Hi 96779 ~ 808 579-8076 ^ PDF VERSION / PRINT INTERIOR IMAGE 1 INTERIOR IMAGE 2   INTERIOR IMAGE 3 INTERIOR IMAGE 4   Haleakala TImes
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  •   The War Memorial Stadium is located  on Kanaloa Avenue in Kahului, between Kahului Beach Road and Kaahumanu Avenue.  Please note:  Kanaloa Avenue will be open for traffic, BUT there will be NO LEFT
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  • Karma Rimay O Sal Ling Maui Dharma Center 81 Baldwin Ave. Paia, Hi 96779 ~ 808 579-8076 CURRENT ACTIVITIES & TEACHING SCHEDULE Prayer Schedules and Special Services Morning Prayers 6:30 am—7:45 am Confession &
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Tibetan Buddhism On A Tropical Island

A Source Of Inspiration For People Around The World. The Maui Dharma Center follows the teachings of the Incomparable Buddha Shakyamuni, in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.  The Center was founded on the beautiful island of Maui, in the Hawaiian Islands, USA by the late, Lord Of Refuge, Kalu Rinpoche (1904-1989) in 1974.  The first full-time resident teacher was the late, All Good, Lama Tenzin (1937-2001) who advanced the development of the Center for over Twenty years.  His successor is the present resident teacher, the Venerable Lama Gyaltsen, An Exceptional example of the young Lamas of the new generation.
Aerial view of Paia, Maui, Hawaii looking on the North Shore