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Iduwara 2024
Sinhala and Tamil New Year celebration for the year 2024 was ceremonially held at the NIIBS premises on 04th May 2024 with the participation of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Academic and Non-Academic Staff Members and Students of NIIBS. The festival was meticulously organized, with colorful decorations, traditional Sri Lankan music, dance performances...
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Sinhala and Tamil New Year Celebration 2024
Sinhala and Tamil New Year celebration for the year 2024 was ceremonially held at the NIIBS premises on 27th April 2024 with the participation of the Staff Members and Students of NIIBS. This festival is enriched with Avurudu rituals including lighting oil lamps, Pirith Chanting and full of various Avurudu Sweets. The participants enjoyed and...
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International Conference on Buddhist Studies 2024 - Jointly Organized by SLABS & NIIBS
SLABS was established about 20 years ago as the academic and professional body of the Buddhist scholars in Sri Lanka. It represents all Buddhist scholars and academics belonging to various sub-fields of Buddhist studies, one of the oldest academic subjects not only in Sri Lanka but also in the entire world. Among its activities, the...
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1st International Conference on Psychology and Mental Health (ICPMH) 2024
The above conference organized by the Counselling Psychotherapy Unit of the Faculty of Buddhist Studies (FBS) was held successfully on 22.02.2024 in the Mezzanine floor of the NIIBS presided over by a large group of distinguished guests. Ven. Dr. Bodagma Chandima Thero, Vice-Chancellor of the NIIBS, Ven. Dr. Dampe Vijitharathana Thero, Dean of the FBS,...
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NIIBS Celebrating of 01st day of New Year 2024 at the NIIBS Delegates Lounge
NIIBS welcomed the new year 2024 with the blessings of the Maha Sanga under the patronage of our Acting Vice Chancellor Venerable Dr. Dampe Vijitharathana Thero by Chanting Pirith at the NIIBS Delegates Lounge. Staff members gifted and Blessed by the Maha Sanga with lucky gifts and blessing threads. All of us felt happy when...
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The Third Biennial International Conference of the Indian Association for South Asian Studies (IASAS) 2023 organized by the Indian Association for South Asian Studies
The 3rd Biennial International Conference of the Indian Association for South Asian Studies (IASAS) 2023 organized by the Indian Association for South Asian Studies, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi in collaboration with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Nāgānanda International Institute for Buddhist Studies. The 3rd Biennial International Conference of the Indian Association for...
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The Archaeological Workshop and Exhibition organized by the undergraduate Students of the Department of Archaeology and the Department of Anthropology of the Nagananda International Institute for Buddhist Studies in concurrence with the National Archaeological Day were held in three days on 04 th, 05 th and 06 th July 2023 as “Uruma Samīkṣhā”. This workshop...
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Nāgānanda Anubudu Udanaya 2023 - Bathi Gee Saraniya
Bathi Gee Saraniya of Nāgānanda Anubudu Udanaya, which is organized for the second time by the students of the Faculty of Buddhist Studies and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Nāgānanda International Institute for Buddhist Studies, was held very successfully and a large number of people participated in it.
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Poson Dansala of Nāgānanda Anubudu Udanaya, which is organized for the second time by the students of the Faculty of Buddhist Studies and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Nāgānanda International Institute for Buddhist Studies, was held on June 03, 2023 in a very successful manner and a large number of people...
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Sinhala and Tamil New Year Celebration 2023
Sinhala and Tamil New Year celebration for the year 2023 was ceremonially held at the NIIBS premises on 31st April 2023 with the participation of the staff members and Students of NIIBS. The activities of the event commenced with traditional Avurudu rituals, including lighting the oil lamp and sharing Avurudu sweetmeats and followed by a...
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