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An Indian Muslim bride dressed in traditional marriage attire takes part in the 12th annual mass marriage ceremony organized by Hazrat Shah Saqlain Academy of India in Mumbai, India, on Feb. 25, 2018. Around 50 couples got married at the ceremony.
The Tay Ninh Cao Dai Church held on February 23 a grand festival dedicated to the religious Supreme Being called Duc Chi Ton at Tay Ninh Holy See in Tay Ninh province.
Several delegations from Southern religious organizations visited the Southern office of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) on February 6-7 to extends greetings on occasion of the upcoming Vietnam’s traditional New Year (Tet).
On occasion of the Lunar New Year (Tet) 2018, a delegation of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs led by Acting Director of Protestant Affairs Department Thiều Thị Hương extended Tet visits to religious organizations in four Central Highlands provinces of Dak Nong, Dak Lak, Gia Lai and Kon Tum.
A delegation of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) led by Chairman Vũ Chiến Thắng visited on February 2-3 several Protestant congregations in Lai Chau province ahead of Lunar New Year 2018.
Chairman of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) Vũ Chiến Thắng led a delegation on January 30-31 to visit several religious organizations in Ho Chi Minh City ahead of Lunar New Year (Tet) 2018.
A delegation led by Vice Chairman of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs Bùi Thanh Hà has visited the Vietnam Baptist Church, the Vietnam Gospel Baptit General Conference, the Vietnam Mennonite Church, the Vietnam Christian Fellowship Church and the Evangelical Church of Vietnam (South) ahead of the upcoming traditional New Year (Tet) festival 2018.
In its heyday, the ancient capital Samarkand in the Republic of Uzbekistan used to be a gathering place of many royal tombs and magnificent Islamic architecture buildings inlaid with precious stones.
Xe Dang ethnic people in Ea H’Đing, Dak Lak province’s Cu M’gar district often celebrates the new-rice festival on the first day of New Year with worshipping rituals and offerings dedicated to deities for bringing good weather, bumper crops, prosperity and happiness.
Chau Son monastery has unique architectural structure that was built entirely by the talented hands and ardent love of its priests.
A colossal Christmas tree made from 6,000 earthen pots has been set up in My Loc Parish in Tru Son Commune, Do Luong District, Nghe An Province, aiming to promote Tru Son craft village’s traditional production.
The church of Bao Nham parish established in 1887, the oldest parish in Vinh diocese, was made entirely of stone with the French architecture
On these days in Hanoi, many big pine trees have been decorated and appeared in many crowded places to welcome the 2017 Christmas.