Flying the Buddhist flags at Nalanda Centre, a symbol of unity for Buddhists around the world.
In the spirit of joyful service, volunteers and devotees have been giving their time and efforts to prepare for Buddha Day programmes over the past few weeks. Complementing each other’s skills and abilities, Nalandians worked together in harmony to ensure that we are ready to host the community for this sacred observance.
We invite you to come visit Nalanda Centre, Sri Serdang this weekend and join the specially-prepared programmes such as ‘Buddha Jayanti’ Exhibition, Mental Health Screening & Consultation, Buddha Day Eve & Buddha Day Service, and Mass Taking Refuge. You can find the full list of programmes here.
We look forward to welcoming you and your family this weekend!
Nalanda Dhamma School facilitators and students setting up the ‘Buddha Jayanti’ Exhibition. You are welcome to tour the exhibition until 15 May, 10am – 4pm.
Volunteers clean with mindfulness and careful attention to detail.
Bringing life to the spaces in Nalanda Centre with lush leaves and flowers to provide a peaceful and balanced environment.
Volunteers supporting volunteers; caring Dhamma School students ensured everyone were well-hydrated throughout their service.
Dhamma School students pack appreciation and gift bags for an expected 150 blood donors.
Volunteers joyfully serve at the kitchen to prepare the entire Centre for Buddha Day.