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    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 Sri Serdang is temporarily closed in adherence to the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO). May you stay well and safe.

  • Towards a brighter future, together

    Let us together develop this centre of education and training for the benefit of the Malaysian Buddhist community.

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    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

21 October 2020

Focus on what we can do

Most of us have not been through lockdowns or periods of ‘distancing’ where we may not be able to access support systems such as school, work, friends and even family. The loss of our social framework hits many people hard because homo sapiens is largely a communal species.  The statistics of mental stress worldwide since the pandemic started are staggering, with manifold increases in reported cases of depression, domestic violence and anxiety.

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14 October 2020

Conditional MCO starts today

On 12 October, the National Security Council announced the re-enforcement of Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya from 14 to 27 October. The precautionary measures to curb the recent surge of Covid-19 infections include the closure of all religious houses. As such, Nalanda Centre Sri Serdang will remain temporarily closed in adherence to the CMCO.

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11 October 2020

Temporary closure of Nalanda Centre

With the recent surge in Covid-19 cases in the Klang Valley, Nalanda Centre in Serdang will be temporarily closed from Mondays to Saturdays, as a precautionary measure. We hope you and your loved ones stay safe, maintain a positive spirit, and have a tranquil mind amidst the challenges we face with this pandemic.

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10 October 2020

‘Reach out’ on World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day this year comes at a time when every aspect of our daily lives is upheaved by the COVID-19 pandemic. We can help the situation in our personal capacities by reaching out to those around us with more empathy.  By developing our empathy in understanding the challenges others face, we are able to respond in a more compassionate, kind and patient manner.

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