Tahl Mah Sah Buddhist Monastery & Temple

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Tahl Mah Sah Buddhist Monastery & Temple of America Inc.

Thalmasah = Dalmasa = Dharma Temple

Located in the southwest area of Koreatown, “Tahl Ma Sa” is a modest Buddhist shrine with a main hall for prayer, a small bell pavilion, and small Buddha statues.

* This is a quiet, private Buddhist meeting place for traditional Koreans from the old country.

Please do not disturb the elders unnecessarily.

You are welcome to stop by and visit Dalmasa on the official day of Buddha’s birth, which is observed on May 17th in 2013.

Buddha’s birthday was observed by Koreans on May 12th in 2019. The observance will be on April 30th in 2020.

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