• Welcome to Nalanda

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

  • Nalanda Centre temporarily closed

    Nalanda Centre will be temporarily closed until further notice in view of current situation in Malaysia. May you and your loved ones stay well and safe.

  • Special interviews on Sangha Day

    We are honoured to observe Sangha Day by hosting two special interviews with Ven. Aggacitta Mahāthera and Ven. Ajahn Jayasaro over two Sundays – 21 and 28 November respectively. We look forward to gaining valuable insights from their wise advice and perspective.

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News & Updates

24 November 2021

Interview with Ven. Ajahn Jayasaro on FB Live

In the learning and practice of Dhamma in today’s ever-changing and dynamic environment, have we remained steadfast in the endeavour to train the mind?  Have we sufficiently strengthened our fortitude to face challenges posed by the pandemic?   Let us reflect on these pertinent questions amongst others, in a special interview with Venerable Ajahn Jayasaro this Sunday 28 November, held in conjunction with Sangha Day B.E. 2565 Observance.

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18 November 2021

Interview with Ven. Aggacitta Mahāthera on FB LIVE

In the journey of a Buddhist practitioner, we face many ups and downs in our faith and confidence.  We are sometimes fired up and inspired to attain liberation, whilst at other times our confidence wanes.  How do we become true disciples of the Buddha and gather the strength and wisdom to maintain confidence to advance along this spiritual path?  Let us learn from Āyasmā Aggacitta Mahāthera in a special interview this Sunday 21 November, as he addresses the theme “Sustaining Spiritual Bonds”.

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16 November 2021

Special interviews in conjunction with Sangha Day

‘Sangha Day’ is an important occasion at Nalanda for the lay community to honour the virtues and contributions of the Māha Sangha (monastic order) in preserving and propagating Buddhism.  Apart from offerings of robes and requisites, let us take heed of the Buddha’s teaching that the best way to venerate our teachers is by learning, reflecting, and improve upon ourselves in accordance to Dhamma. 

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15 November 2021

Nalanda Dhamma School registration now open

Learning Dhamma is essential for the wholesome development of mind and character to live fulfilling and meaningful lives. Nalanda Dhamma School has thus been serving this purpose; to provide holistic Buddhist education to the younger generations by imparting them with the necessary knowledge, skills, and most importantly, religious and moral values. Ultimately, students are independently equipped for worldly responsibilities and are set to eventually experience spiritual awakening in their lives

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