Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara of Norway

  • Official opening of Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara

    Official opening of Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara

    Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara in Hurdal has been officially opened on 3rd July 2021 with the participation of distinguished guests Sri Lanka ambassador to Norway, H.E. Godfrey Cooray, the mayor of Hurdal, Paul Johan Moltzau, Bishop Atle Sommerfeldt, Diocese of Borg, Secretary-General Buddhist Federation of Norway, Egil Lothe, acting parish priest in Hurdal, Karin Krissly, […]


  • Ven. Ajahn Kalyano Thero, Anagarika Johannes, Shantana Berg & Egil Lothe visits SLBV

    Ven. Ajahn Kalyano Thero, Anagarika Johannes, Shantana Berg & Egil Lothe visits SLBV

    Ven. Ajahn Kalyano Thero, bhikkhu Titthayano, anagarika Johannes, a board member of Skogkloster, Shantana Berg and Secretary-General of Buddhist Federation of Norway, Egil Lothe made a guest visit to SL Buddhist Vihara on Friday 13th August. They extended their congratulations for the achievements Tisarana and Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara achieved by investing in harmonious property […]


  • Delegation from Vietnam Buddhist temple visits SLBV

    Delegation from Vietnam Buddhist temple visits SLBV

    Ven. monks from the Vietnam Buddhist temple made a guest visit to Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara on Wednesday the 22nd of September. They extended their congratulations to Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara / Tisarana Sri Lanka Buddhist Association, Norway for investing in a peaceful property in Hurdal. Ven. monks had friendly discussions, chanting pirith & meditation […]


  • Robe offering Ceremony

    Robe offering Ceremony

    Kathina-Robe Offering is a wonderful Buddhist tradition that has been preserved for thousands of years since the Buddha’s time.  It is a practice establisฟhed by the Buddha permitting the lay community to make a respectful offering of robes to monks who have spent three months during Buddhist Lent purifying their mind and body. The objective […]


  • COVID Support donation to Sri Lanka

    COVID Support donation to Sri Lanka

    The Tisarana Sri Lanka Buddhist Association and it’s members generously donated respiratory support equipment(regulators and cannulas) to fellow Sri Lankans receiving treatment for the Covid-19 (for the second time) at the Panadura General Hospital on 22nd of November