District of Columbia Buddhism
Is Buddhism a popular subject of study in District of Columbia? Who are some of the most known Buddhist Disciples from District of Columbia?
Is it likely that citizens of District of Columbia will adopt Buddhism?
As everywhere in the US, citizens of DC enjoy complete freedom of religion as guaranteed under the First Amendment. There are five recognized places of worship for Buddhists in DC and Buddhists are free to celebrate where they please and how they please. As far as famouns Buddhists go, there are 3 members of Congress who are Buddhist and live in DC for a goodly part of the year. The most famous is probably Mazie Hirono, the first Buddhist to serve in the Senate.
We rest District of Columbia Buddhism to share educational moment from past years:
Today is: 22nd February (GMT), in history on the 22nd of February, 1930 AD the following death happened:
Godfried CE van Daalen: Dutch General / Governor of Atjeh, dies at 66