• Stay apart, but keep close to heart

    Let us maintain positive spirits and be thoughtful and kind while staying together with others. By our combined efforts, we shall be able to overcome this affliction!

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  • 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.

  • Monks on Alms-round

    Regular alms-rounds in Seri Kembangan and Happy Garden have been temporarily suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Programme postponed

    The Venerable Dhammavuddho Memorial Service originally scheduled for Sunday, 22 March has been postponed to a later date due to the Covid-19 pandemic. An announcement will be made later.

  • Towards a brighter future, together

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

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  • Join us as a volunteer

    Whether you are studying or working, young or retired, if you believe in doing good and giving back to society, we warmly welcome you!

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News & Updates

2 April 2020

How to help end this pandemic?

Tonight, the Covid-19 pandemic has reached another grim milestone – more than 1 million people worldwide have been infected, causing 50,000 deaths. Watch this precious new video and share it with your family and friends to inspire everyone towards taking positive actions.

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31 March 2020

Be inspired, and be an inspiration to others

In the midst of gloom and uncertainty, the Buddha’s teaching proves to be the light of truth. We invite you to watch this insightful talk by Nalanda founder Bro.Tan on the need for everyone to overcome ignorance, and how we can benefit from this period in our lives.

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30 March 2020

Stay apart, but keep close to heart

As of today, the Coronavirus has infected more than 725,000 people worldwide, and claimed the lives of 34,000 victims.  In Malaysia and many other countries, authorities have urged everyone to self-quarantine at home, to wear face-masks, and to maintain a distance of at least 6 feet or 1.8m from another person to prevent community spread of the disease.

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28 March 2020

Don’t count the days; make the days count

As we are confined to the physical boundaries of our homes together with our families, many people may start to feel certain mental challenges such as boredom, frustration and anxiety. We invite you to watch a talk by Nalanda founder Bro.Tan on Day 11 of the Movement Control Order in Malaysia, an apt reminder on how we can spend this challenging period meaningfully, and live together with others joyfully.

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