• Nalanda welcomes you

    Welcome to Nalanda Buddhist Society's website. We hope you enjoy this virtual visit, and stay in touch with our regular updates.

  • Dhamma-Living Camp

    Come experience an insightful and enjoyable learning camp specially tailored to young dynamic adults between 18 and 35! Registration open now until 12 June.

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  • Next Alms-round

    Saturday, 7 May 2016 | 8.30 am
    Taman O.U.G & Happy Garden markets

    All are welcome.

  • Prayers for Nepal

    We remember the plight of Nepali earthquake victims and the sufferings they endured. Let us continue to offer our prayers for their well-being.

  • Pilgrimage to India & Nepal 2016

    Come experience a journey of Dhamma discovery in the sacred Buddhist temples of India and Nepal this December.

  • Towards a brighter future, together

    Let us together develop an integrated centre of education and training for the Malaysian Buddhist community.

News & Updates

30 April 2016

Memorial Service for earthquake victims

On Monday 25 April, Nalanda Centre held a special memorial service to mark the first anniversary of the devastating earthquake that caused widespread damage and the death of more than 8,000 people in Nepal alone.

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29 April 2016

Celebrating ‘Nalanda Day’ gratefully

On 1 May 2016, Nalanda Buddhist Society will celebrate our 13th anniversary with much rejoicing and gratitude for the support given to us by the community.  Over the past 13 years, we have been continuously providing quality educational programmes to help more people practise and understand the Buddha-Dhamma.

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28 April 2016

Observing precepts and morality  

On Sunday 24 April, Sis. Santi Cheang gave a talk on ‘Observing the 5 Precepts’ to participants of BPS 033 ‘Buddhist Practice & Devotion’ course.  She explained that Precepts form the basis of morality for Buddhists.  It strengthens our commitment to spiritual practice, and ensures a life of integrity and peace.  Precepts are observed voluntarily by devotees; they are not commandments from the Buddha.

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27 April 2016

Reasons for visiting a Buddhist centre

On Thursday 21 April, Sis. Ruby Tan gave a sharing on the purpose and benefits of visiting a Buddhist centre in conjunction with the Full-moon Uposatha Service at Nalanda Centre.  She explained that although people go to temples for various purposes, a knowledgeable devotee may visit a centre or temple for the following reasons:

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