The main goals of Nava Nalanda Mahavihara are to develop an institute similar to that of the old Viharas, where teachers and students lived together devoting themselves to studies and higher academic pursuits for the promotion of higher studies and research in Pali language and literature and Buddhism through Tibetan, Sanskrit, Chinese, Mongolian, Japanese and other Asian languages


    The library is housed in a two-story building known as the Library Building, which contains sixteen research cubicles with two large rooms on either side. Presently, the library includes over 52,500 books, important journals and a rare manuscript collection. To develop the library donations and purchases were made from the Late Rash Bihari Mukherjee, from Hoogly, West Bengal.

  • Event And Seminars

    The The The significance that we have assigned to our ‘Heritage’ is growing each year and organizing cultural events will enable people to access their local, regional and national heritage while maintaining healthy exchanges of information about preserving and promoting art. The success of these initiatives have been instrumental in the development of a detailed.


    As Nava Nalanda Mahavihara is primarily a research institute, emphasis has been given to research and publication projects from the beginning. The Mahavihara undertakes long and short term projects. Short-term projects include doctoral student research, and publication of research volumes and monographs by staff members and research scholars.

Nava Nalanda Mahavihara News

Open auction of the idle Ambassador car on 10/10/2013 at 3 pm in the afternoon Open auction of the idle Ambassador car (petrol engine, 2002 model) in the administrative building courtyard of the Nava Nalanda Mahavihara on 10/10/2013 at 3 pm in the afternoon.

Corrigendum for Walk-in-interview

Notice for Submission of Examination Form

Regulations Governing the Award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy

Corrigendum for Research Entrance Test - 2013.

Notice For Research Entrance Test - 2013.