Training Program
Training Program

Nagaloka provides a residential training program for young men and women from all over India. The course provides instruction in Buddhist meditation and Dharma, the ideas of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, and the principles of social activism.

International Conferences
International Conferences

At Nagaloka representatives of Indian Buddhist communities meet and work with Buddhists from outside India, including distinguished visitors like H.H. the Dalai Lama and Ven. Thich Nhat Hahn.

Meetings & Events
Meetings and Events

Located in Nagpur, where Dr. Ambedkar launched the great revival of Buddhism in 1956, Nagaloka is a central meeting place and conference center for Indian people working to spread the Dhamma and create a society free of caste discrimination.

Pilgrimage & Visitors
Pilgrimage and Visitors

Nagaloka welcomes visitors to its beautiful meditation halls and shrines, including the 36-foot-tall Walking Buddha statue and a bronze statue of Dr. Ambedkar.

Buddhist Revival in India
Buddhist Revival in India

Buddhism virtually disappeared from India for eight hundred years until it was revived in the 1950s through the extraordinary efforts of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, the author of the Indian Constitution and the greatest advocate for the socially oppressed people of India in the Twentieth Century. Dr. Ambedkar saw Buddhism as the key to the spiritual development and social liberation of the hundreds of millions of low-caste and outcaste people.

A Message for You

From Our Executive Director


A Message for You from the Executive Director
"Welcome to the web site of Nagaloka. The Trustees, students, teachers and community are working hard to spread the Dhamma and realize the dream of the great leader Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar to make India a society free from discrimination and casteism. I hope that you will visit us or take part in our different programs and classes."

- Dharmachari Maitreyanath

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