Welcome to our new website!

After months of planning, collaboration, and hard work, we’re very happy to share the new and improved Nalandabodhi International website! We invite you to look around and explore. We tried to simplify the site overall to make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for and connect with us.

One of the improved features is the way that events at our centers show up in the Nalandabodhi International events calendar. You can view all the events our centers have entered on their own websites around the world, and search by location, category, or teacher. You can also go directly to one of our teacher’s bio pages (like Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche) to see the schedule of their upcoming events.

Over the coming months we will be working with the leadership at our centers to gradually move all of our center websites over to this new design as well. If you’re interested in helping out with that, let us know. We’d be happy to have you on board!

Since this is all still brand new, it’s likely you might find some bugs here and there. Please contact us and let us know if you spot one, and we’ll try to gently escort it out the door. :)

with joy,
the Nalandabodhi International team

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