Pertaining to Nalandian youths and Nalanda Youth Centre – its activities, events, camps, campaigns, etc.

25 July 2019

Youths energetic in service

Over 95 youths from around Klang Valley are coming together to join Nalanda Youth Centre’s activities at the Family Fun Fair this Sunday.  Comprising mainly college students and young working adults, they have been thorough in planning and implementing activities that help both the community and the environment.

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25 July 2019

‘Go Green’ at Family Fun Fair

We invite you to join the ‘Go Green’ initiative at Nalanda Family Fun Fair by bringing along your own food & drink containers, cutlery, and shopping bags to use this Sunday.  This simple gesture will considerably reduce the disposal of single-use tableware & plastic bags, which take decades to decompose.

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9 July 2019

Dhamma-Living Camp for Young Adults is back!

Our lives are surrounded by many conveniences and material wealth, yet many still suffer from stress and dissatisfaction more than ever.  By discovering the myriad blessings in life, we can live up to our true potential for happiness and success.

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11 April 2019

Meditation Day for Youths

Mental calmness and clarity are among the conditions we need to achieve peace and happiness in life.  Learn how you can reduce mental clutter and increase resilience at the “Meditation Day” for youths on Saturday, 11 May.  This beginner-friendly one-day retreat is open to youths from 16 to 29 years old.

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10 October 2018

‘World Mental Health Day’ 2018

The World Health Organization (WHO) designates 10 October every year as “World Mental Health Day”.  It is a day dedicated to understanding the importance of mental well-being and on how to achieve it.

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19 September 2018

Rejoicing with remarkable youths

Nalanda Youth Centre held another successful and impactful Dhamma Living Camp for Young Adults from 8 to 11 September.  The camp was instrumental in laying the foundation and strengthening the resolve for 130 youths to walk the Noble Path of Dhamma.

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13 September 2018

Wholesome, joyous learning at DLCY

Over 130 youths had a wholesome and joyous 4 days at the 3rd Dhamma-Living Camp for Young Adults, held at Nalanda Centre from 8th to 11th September.  Bro. Tan skilfully taught the enthusiastic participants to better understand mental suffering, in order to overcome it.  The experience of ‘Dukkha’ is inevitable in mundane life; but there is a way to the cessation of ‘Dukkha’, and that is by following the Noble Path of Dhamma.

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18 July 2018

Dhamma-Living Camp for Youths

Today’s fast-paced urban lifestyles with their myriad distractions lead people to mental suffering, most commonly stress and dissatisfaction.  Many risk having debilitating mental illness without early, positive intervention.  The causes of mental suffering however, can actually be eradicated when we understand them better.

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26 June 2018

Mettā Bhāvanā Reunion Day

On 19 May, Nalanda Youth Centre organised a one-day ‘Mettā Bhāvanā’ programme for young adults.  We would like to invite all participants for a special ‘Reunion Day’ this Saturday, 30 June, where we recollect what we learned about the helpful practice of ‘Mettā’.  Activities on that day include teachings by Bro.Tan, meditation sessions, and Dhamma discussion, followed by fellowship dinner.

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20 May 2018

6 weeks of Mettā meditation

Nalanda Youth Centre is grateful to Bro.Tan for guiding us in the “Meditation Day” programme on 19 May, where 183 youths aged 16 to 29 spent a wholesome day learning about Mettā (Loving-kindness) and practising it together.

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