Buddhism in Mexico

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Buddhists in Mexico City.

Buddhism in Mexico is a minority religion in Mexico, numbering 108,701 followers or 0.09% of the total Mexican population.

Tibetan Buddhism[edit]

Surprisingly, one of six Tibet Houses in the world - Casa Tibet México - is located in Mexico City. It is used by the Dalai Lama and other leaders of Tibetan Buddhism to preserve and share Tibetan culture and spirituality. There's a Thai buddhist temple in Tamaulipas Mexico where there are 3 monks from Thailand that teach the religion, as well as one monk from Cambodia.

Buddhism in Mexico[1]
religion percent
Theravada Buddhism
  
51%
Mahayana Buddhism
  
43%
Vajrayana
  
3%
Zen Buddhism)
  
4%

References[edit]

  1. ^ July-December, 2010 International Religious Freedom Report – Cameroon. State.gov (2011-4-8). Retrieved on 2011-11-12.

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