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Incense offering commemorates death anniversary of Emperor Lê Đại Hành

Meeting with typical religious and ethnics held in Ben Tre

Religious committee in Gia Lai sends supports to disadvantaged people

Mung temple festival named national intangible heritage

Thuong Thai Son temple festival kicked off in Ninh Binh

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Tens of thousands flock to Hung Kings’ Temple for annual festival

Crowds of pilgrims and visitors from throughout the country descended on the Hung Kings’ Temple in the northern province of Phu Tho on April 20 to mark the death anniversary of the nation's mythical founding fathers.

Tan Dinh Catholic church in Ho Chi Minh city

Tân Dinh Catholic Church, known as Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, is located in No. 289 Hai Ba Trung street, Ho Chi Minh city’s District 3.

Cham people start Ramưwan festival by visiting ancestors’ graves

Cham people in the central province of Binh Thuan paid on April 11 visits to ancestors’ graves as an ritual marking the beginning of Ramưwan – the traditional New Year of Bani Islamic Cham.

Many historical relics in Hanoi old quarter encroached

Many historical relics in Hanoi old quarter is encroached by sidewalk shops causing loss of urban beauty and sparking public outcry.

Ha Nhi ethnic people remember the dead

The Ha Nhi ethnic people in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai have for long treasured the long-standing tradition of visiting graves of their relatives to pay respect for the loved ones.

Government religious committee holds Easter gathering with Evangelical dignitaries

The Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) in collaboration with the People’s Committee in Ho Chi Minh city held on April 2 a gathering with heads of Evangelical churches on occasion of Easter 2021.

Unique “ceramics” pagoda in Bat Trang

Tieu Dao pagoda located in Bat Trang village in Hanoi City’s Gia Lam district was built a long time ago and used to be a famous scenic spot in the region.

Unique Buddhist statues of Thuan Hau pagoda in Nghe An

Thuan Hau pagoda, located on Thung Linh mountain, Bac Thanh commune, Nghe An province’s Yen Thanh district, was built in early Le Dynasty. The pagoda currently has unique Buddhist statues with cultural and historical values.

Red silk-cotton flowers in full bloom

In March, people often think of the red silk-cotton flowers that signal a new crop and often remind them of joy and hope.

Knight of the Grand Cross Lê Đức Thịnh presents gifts to the poor in Thanh Hoa

Knight of the Grand Cross Lê Đức Thịnh presented gifts to the disadvantaged people in Thanh Hoa province’s Cam Thuy district at a charity program held on March 13.

Pagodas and temples in Hanoi reopen after temporary closure for COVID-19 fight

Pagodas, temples, and other religious sites throughout the capital have reopened after being temporarily closed as part of efforts to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Monumental stone sculpture heritage at Huong Lang Pagoda

The stone formation system is still preserved at Huong Lang pagoda (Minh Hai commune, Van Lam, Hung Yen) and is currently a national treasure in the great sculpture field of the Lý dynasty.

Sparkling celebration of Shakyamuni Buddha's Attainment Day at Vietnam Buddhist Institute

The Buddhist Institute under the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha in Hanoi held on January 20 many activities for celebrating Shakyamuni Buddha's Attainment of Enlightenment.

An insight into a beautiful Buddhist shrine in Da Lat city

Renowned as one of the most famous scenic spots of Da Lat city in the Central Highland province of Lam Dong, Linh Phuoc Pagoda features unique architecture that attracts many visitors each day.

Vietnamese cities shine bright on Christmas Eve

Thousands of people in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and Da Nang flocked to local churches, shopping malls, and downtown areas on Thursday night to celebrate Christmas Eve.

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