Our Path

A genuine path to cultivate an awakened heart and peaceful mind in order to be wise, go kind, and live fully.

For over two millennia, the teachings of the Buddha have helped people lead happier, more peaceful lives. Times change, but these teachings remain a proven and profound guide.

Nalandabodhi’s path makes the Buddha’s teachings relevant and approachable for the modern mind. Through study, meditation, and mindful activity, we begin to see clearly, open our hearts, and foster a truly meaningful life.


Path of Study

Study helps you understand your life and the choices you make with greater precision and awareness.

Path of Meditation

Meditation opens your mind so you can get to know and accept yourself, and then experience the world with greater kindness and compassion.

Path of Mindful Activity

Mindful activity makes every moment meaningful, allowing you to find joy in every aspect of your life and interactions with others.

The Curriculum-courses offered by our local sanghas

Introduction to Buddhism Course: The Life of the Buddha and the Spiritual Journey (offered by NB Colorado March 2024)

Are we genuinely interested in searching for the truth and deeper meaning of life? What does it mean to be on a spiritual journey? And how can we learn from Prince Siddhartha’s own journey, who came to be known as the Buddha or the Awakened One?

Our local sangha Nalandabodhi Colorado will start a new Introduction to Buddhism Course which takes us to the very heart of the spiritual path. Please join us in exploring our mind’s innate nature of wisdom and compassion.

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Nalanda Digital Dharma

Welcome to Nalanda Digital Dharma

Nalanda Digital Dharma, a new, online study path developed under the guidance of Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche is pleased to offer the Introduction to Buddhism course. Learn at your own pace — from anywhere and at any time.

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Our Lineage

Buddhism was founded more than 2,500 years ago in ancient India by the historical Shakyamuni Buddha. Over the centuries, the teachings spread throughout Asia, and then to the west in the mid-twentieth century.

Nalandabodhi’s path is rooted in the Vajrayana tradition of the Nyingma and Kagyu schools of Buddhism, which were established in Tibet during the first millennium. These two schools have transmitted the Buddha’s teachings through an unbroken lineage that still exists today.