Nalanda Monastery provides services via the website www.nalanda-monastery.eu. Persons who study or work voluntarily for Nalanda Monastery can use the services which are provided. Those persons can use the services after they login as a manager or as an user. Those who would like to become a manager or a user needs to register first.

Registration Process

The registration process includes confirmation. A person who would like to have access to the website, needs to give consent that it is the persons will, to gain access to the website. That confirmation helps to avoid abuse of the registration form. Not only the person which would like to have access and register needs to confirm that will, also the administrator needs to confirm that the person are allowed to gain access to the website. In other words, both parties need to confirm their will.

That will take it's time. The confirmation process from the side of the administrator can last 24 hours. Please be patient.

Manager/User

There are two groups of persons, managers and users. The common aspect of that groups is, that each person which gains access via a login to the website, gets it's own account. What comes with the granted access to that account is, that the rights are limited to that very person. The limitation will be explained further in the following paragraphs.

Limited rights

Managers/Users are not allowed to pass their account details to other persons. Any mails containing account details are solely destined to it's recipient. Do not forward it to somebody else. Through login managers/users gain access to files which are available for download. The right to use that files are limited specifically to that accounts/persons. Therefore managers/users are not allowed to pass that files to other persons. Every person who would like to have access to specific files needs to register first.

Exceptions are possible. For that reason please get in touch with the IT manager of Nalanda Monastery.

Managers are:

  • Administrators
  • Translators
  • Editors
  • Publishers

Users are:

  • Masters Program Students
  • Basic Program Students
  • Home Study Masters Program Students
  • Home Study Basic Program Students

 

 

The Sera Monastery Tour 2011

Sera Monks 2011Monks from Sera Monastery visited Nalanda Monastery. They started a tour around Europe to introduce the Tibetan Religion and its traditions.

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Jetsun Pema Visiting Lavaur and Nalanda Monastery 2013

Lunch at Nalanda Monastery with Jetsun PemaJetsun Pema gave a speech at a three day conference and visited Nalanda Monastery, having lunch with community.

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Une pouja inclut des prières, des pratiques de purification, des offrandes à la déité, des prières d'aspiration et bien d'autres choses encore. Il y a différente sortes de poujas. Vous pouvez vous faire une idée ici de ce que sont les Poujas.

Qu'est ce qu'une Pouja ?

Une brève description de ce qu'est une Pouja et une vue d'ensemble des différentes sortes de poujas.

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C'est pour un besoin personnel

Nalanda est heureux d'inclure des demandes personnelles de prières dans les poujas et les pratiques de la communauté.

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Poujas et Pratiques

Vous trouverez ici une vue d'ensemble des diverses Poujas que propose le Monastère.

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Galerie

Regardez notre galerie afin de vous faire une idée de ce qu'est une pouja.

A propos de nous

Le Monastère Nalanda est une communauté unique de moines Occidentaux issus de la tradition Tibétaine Geloug. Il offre un environnement idéal pour combiner pratique et études dans un cadre de vie approprié.  

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Bref historique

Afin de créer un environnement idéal, Lama Yéshé et Lama Thubten Zopa Rinpoché fondèrent le monastère Nalanda, premier monastère Occidental de leur organisation, en 1981.

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Une journée à Nalanda

Méditation matinale, petit-déjeuner, enseignements, études – voyez ce à quoi ressemble une journée au Monastère de Nalanda.

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Conseil de Rinpoché

Lama Zopa Rinpoché est le directeur spirituel du Monastère Nalanda, et de la FPMT, dans le monde entier. Lors de sa visite en Mai 2009, Rinpoché a donné le conseil suivant :

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Galeries

Voir les galeries de photos des installations de Nalanda et de ses environs.

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Lama Zopa Rinpoche au monastère Nalanda


Rangjung Neljorma Khadro-la au monastère Nalanda