17 April 2015

Ordinary folks; Everyday lives

Besides showcasing Buddhist heritage and culture, the “Passage through India” Special Exhibition at Nalanda Centre will also feature some wonderful photographs of ordinary folks engaging in everyday activities.  The exhibition is scheduled from 1 to 3 May, in conjunction with Wesak ‘Buddha Day’ celebrations.  Admission is free, and all are welcome!

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16 April 2015

3rd National Members’ Convention

Nalanda Buddhist Society members nationwide are invited to participate in the 3rd National Members’ Convention to be held over three days – from 1 to 3 May 2015.  There will be talks by leaders and Dhamma teachings aplenty since the Convention falls on Wesak ‘Buddha Day’.

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14 April 2015

Passage of Time through India

In their month-long travels through India, a team of photographers captured many dynamic yet timeless pictures of temples and people in this ancient spiritual land.  A selection of these amazing photographs will be displayed at a special exhibition themed “Passage through India” at Nalanda Centre in conjunction with Wesak Observance from 1 to 3 May.  We invite you to visit this exhibition and be inspired by the ever-changing yet enduring facets of India!  All are welcome.

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12 April 2015

Seeing the Colours of India

A lone scarecrow amidst a beautiful sea of yellow – fields of mustard flowers are a common sight in Northern India during winter months.  Photographer Paul Cher captured this scenery among many others during his month-long sojourn in India with Bro.Tan earlier this year.  A selection of meaningful photographs of temples and people will be exhibited for the first time at Nalanda Centre Sri Serdang from 1 to 3 May, in conjunction with Wesak Observance.

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8 April 2015

Special Photography Exhibition this Wesak

“Passage through India” – A Photographic Journey

1 – 3 May | 10.00 am – 6.00 pm | Nalanda Centre, Sri Serdang

Earlier this year, a team of photographers journeyed with Bro. Tan on a month-long pilgrimage to Buddhist sacred sites in India.  They came back with thousands of astonishing photographs of temples, rituals, people and scenery that were truly inspiring.  A selection of these marvelous photographs will be exhibited for the first time at Nalanda Centre Sri Serdang from 1 to 3 May, in conjunction with ‘Buddha Day’ Wesak Observance. Read more