|24/11/2017 17:28 (GMT+7)|
The open fields of Thuy Bang village offer a refreshing change from the busy traffic and the crowds of tourists one can find just 7 kilometres north of the village in the city of Hue in Central Vietnam. Up a little side road lined with huge shady trees you can find the Duc Son Pagoda. Inside the compound stands a sprawling Bodhi tree, which provides shade and a cool place for a break in the summer heat. It was at the foot of this tree that head nun Thich Nu Minh Tu found baby Tranh, wrapped in a blanket, cold and hungry. Barely two weeks old, the chances of baby Tranh surviving were low. But Thich Nu Minh Tu did not give up. Today, the sight of Thanh sleeping soundly in her crib warms the heart. Nursed by the nuns’ tender care and love, Thanh is now a healthy 3 month old baby.
|20/05/2016 16:52 (GMT+7)|
HA NOI (VNS)— The Viet Nam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) held a grand ceremony at the Ha Noi-based Quan Su Pagoda yesterday to celebrate Lord Buddha's 2557th birthday.
|10/02/2014 18:02 (GMT+7)|
Feb 08 -- THUA THIEN - HUE (VNS) — Thousands of people gathered yesterday at Huong Van Zen Monastery in central Thua Thien - Hue Province to pray to King-Monk Tran Nhan Tong (1258-1308) for peace and prosperity.
|10/02/2014 17:58 (GMT+7)|
The Huong Pagoda Festival officially opened in Hanoi’s My Duc district on February 5 or the sixth day of the lunar New Year, with the attendance of about 50,000 pilgrims.
|05/12/2013 15:46 (GMT+7)|
December 04-- Measures to turn the sacred Buddhist historical site of Yen Tu in the northeastern province of Quang Ninh into a centre of Buddhism – Truc Lam sect were proposed at a seminar on December 2.
|28/11/2013 22:56 (GMT+7)|
Nov 26 -- VietNamNet Bridge - The second time hosting the United Nations Day of Vesak, the Vietnam Buddhist Shangha is expected to welcome 10,000 people, including 1,500 leaders of Buddhist shanghas, Buddhist sects, Buddhist scholars and Buddhist followers from 100 countries around the world.
|28/11/2013 22:52 (GMT+7)|
November 25-- HA NOI (VNS) — Viet Nam will host the 2014 United Nations Day of Vesak (Buddha's Birthday, Enlightenment and Passing Away) and an international Buddhism conference at Bai Dinh Temple in the northern province of Ninh Binh from 7-11 May 2014.
|23/05/2013 21:12 (GMT+7)|
Next week, the city of Oakland, California, will officially dedicate a
massive bronze statue called “Remember Them: Champions for Humanity.”
Created by sculptor Mario Chiodo,
it features 25 humanitarians from around the world; along with Thich
Nhat Hanh, other honorees include Abraham Lincoln, Harvey Milk, Maya
Angelou, and Mahatma Gandhi.
|07/05/2013 19:27 (GMT+7)|
Today, my talk is especially addressed to the sick and old persons. The reason for this talk is that there was a Buddhist layperson who came and asked if I could give a small Dharma talk to his parents who were old and dying – and because he wanted his parents to be alert, clear-minded when the time came. I sympathized with him and also in order to help the sick, old persons during this critical time, we are giving you today’s talk.
|26/03/2013 23:37 (GMT+7)|
Hanoi, March 26 (VNA) – Located in My Loc commune, southern Long An province, the 200 year-old Ton Thanh Pagoda is specially bonded to Nguyen Dinh Chieu, a great poet and patriotic scholar as he lived and created the most celebrated works in Vietnamese literature there.
|01/03/2013 10:49 (GMT+7)|
VIETNAM - Yen Tu Mountain’s beauty is in the harmony between imposing mounts and ancient pagodas and temples lurking under pine forests and bamboo clusters, making tourists relax after trekking sloping roads.
|26/02/2013 21:45 (GMT+7)|
VietNamNet Bridge – Much of Viet Nam’s most famous, traditional and valued cultural heritage has been provided or inspired by Buddhism, a religion which has for centuries been deeply embedded in the national psyche. An extensive exhibition at the National Museum of History in Ha Noi is currently presenting and celebrating many varied examples of Buddhist culture which offer a reflection of the county’s development for over a thousand years
|13/02/2013 18:36 (GMT+7)|
Da Nang monk Thich Tu Nghiem has amassed a dazzling collection of over 200 Buddhist statues made from wood, silver, brass and even ox horn. Now he plans to hold an exhibition at his pagoda to pass on the treasures to future generations.
|06/02/2013 21:00 (GMT+7)|
Sách Pagoda - the millennium-old sacred building, which is located at 386 Lạc
Long Quân Street, Nhật Tân Precinct, Tây Hồ District, Hà Nội Capital, formally
known as Tào Sách (original name) and then Linh Sơn (second name) in Nhật Tân
Commune, Thượng communal group, Hoàng Long District, Hà Đông province
(olden day), has long been recognized as a historical and cultural relic.
|03/02/2013 19:29 (GMT+7)|
Leading spiritual teacher warns that if people cannot save themselves from their own suffering, how can they be expected to worry about the plight of Mother Earth
|15/01/2013 21:36 (GMT+7)|
Yên Tử is a well-known fabulous mountain in Việt Nam with much clear brooks, slowly flowing like silk bending immense green forests of ivory bamboo, fir-tree. Gleaming behind these forests are towers with ancient pagodas and temples. This place used to be the capital of Buddhism with a famous Zen monastery founded by King Trần Nhân Tông (1258-1308).
|11/08/2012 05:19 (GMT+7)|
The aim of this page is to present to the world of
scholarship a new perspective of Buddhism in Vietnam vis-a-vis existing information, based
on writings by Dr. Le Manh That. Dr. Le graduated from Wisconsin at Madison in 1974 with a
Ph.D. on the Philosophy of Vasubandhu, but he prefers to write his viewpoints on
Vietnamese Buddhism in his native language, Vietnamese.
|12/07/2012 05:20 (GMT+7)|
Many of us are working to encourage religious freedom in Vietnam.
This statement was drafted in 1992 as an effort in this direction . It
has been sent to high monks and nuns in the Buddhist leadership, and to
the Government authorities in Vietnam.
|15/06/2012 05:28 (GMT+7)|
This work on Vietnamese Buddhism from its beginnings through the 20th
century provides much evidence requiring Western Buddhologists to
radically revise their heretofore accepted time-table for the arrival
and development of Buddhism in Vietnam. It provides previously unknown
data, detailed in nomenclature, time, and place, scrupulously gathered
from archeological finds and ancient archival records by Vietnamese
research-teams. Providing much historical analysis and cultural
interpretation along the way, this work carries its project forward
through the various royal dynasties and the French colonial period.