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Training on religious and ethnic propaganda held in Ninh Binh

Thua Thua Hue authorities inspect Covid-19 treatment place for monks & nuns

Propaganda meeting on environmental protection for Buddhists held in Phu Yen

Da Nang municipal religious committee extends congratulations to Buddhist School on occasion of Teachers’ Day

Bach Dang Festival receives national recognition as intangible cultural heritage

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Calligraphy exhibition celebrates district congress of Buddhist Sangha in Nam Tu Liem district

The Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS)’s Executive Board in Hanoi’s Nam Tu Liem district in collaboration with Nhan My school opened on November 14 a calligraphy exhibition in Me Tri Thuong pagoda.

Ghositaram Pagoda in Bac Lieu Province

As a unique cultural destination in the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu, Ghositaram Pagoda is considered to be a museum of fine arts showcasing the talent of Khmer artists.

High-ranking officials pay tribute to top Buddhist leader

A tribute-paying ceremony for Most Venerable Thích Phổ Tuệ, Supreme Patriarch of the Patronage Council of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS), was held on October 22 at Vien Minh Pagoda in Phu Xuyen district of Hanoi, drawing the participation of many high-ranking Vietnamese officials.

Exhibition on ancient statues opens in HCM City

The first exhibition by Pham Nghiem Trai Buddhist Cultural Company featuring ancient Buddha statues which date back over 300 years old has opened to the public at 199 Nguyen Trai Street in Ho Chi Minh City since October 9.

Hanoi relic sites during social distancing

Hanoi has undergone 60 days of social distancing because of the COVID-19. The once-crowded historical sites have closed their doors as the capital city rushed to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ta Pa Khmer pagoda in An Giang

Ta Pa pagoda located in Nui To commune, An Giang province’s Tri Ton district was built on Ta Pa hill with a view straight down to green rice fields.

Forest worshipping ceremony of Lu ethnic groups in Lai Chau

The daily life Lu ethnic group in Lai Chau province has closely associated with the forest, so the Lu people have Cam Muong or forest worshipping ceremony to pray for favorable weather, good crops, and happiness and prosperous life.

600-year-old ancient temple in Ha Tinh

Nen Temple, located in Phuc Tien village of Viet Tien commune in Ha Tinh province’s Thach Ha district, worships Lý Nhật Quang, the 8th son of King Lý Thái Tổ, who had great merits in developing the ancient Nghe Tinh.

Religious dignitaries in Tien Giang receive Covid-19 vaccination

The Health Department in Tien Giang province in collaboration with the Committee for Religious Affairs in the province on August 13 implemented a Covid-19 vaccination program for religious dignitaries and deacons in the province.

Tay Phuong pagoda – special national relic site

Tay Phuong pagoda, which is also called Sung Phuc pagoda, is located on Cau Lau Mountain in Thach Xa commune of Hanoi city’s Thach That district.

VBS in Gia Lai sent support supplies to anti-epidemic frontline

Many local Buddhist dignitaries and organizations of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) in Gia Lai province held from August 6 - 9  delegation visits  for presenting equipment and other necessities for the Covid-19 prevention and control to medical centers, hospitals, and concentrated isolation areas in the province.

Temple worships Mother Goddess in Thanh Hoa

Phu Vang temple, also known as Phu Vang Linh tu, is located in Chua mountain in Hoang Xuan commune’s Vang village of Thanh Hoa province’s Hoang Hoa district.

Tien La temple in Thai Binh province

Tien La temple located in Doan Hung commune of Thai Binh province’s Hung Ha district is a worshipping place of Bat Nan General Vũ Thị Thục, one of female generals under Trung sisters (Hai Bà Trưng) who had many merits in fighting against the Han Chinses invaders.

Buddhists nationwide join online Buddhist recitation on War Invalids and Martyrs Day

Responding to a call by Most Venerable Thích Thiện Nhơn, President of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS)’s Executive Council, the VBS’s Executive Committees in provinces and cities and Buddhist worshipping places in the country simultaneously beat at 6 a.m. on July 27 three bell rounds and the Prajnaparamita drum for a spiritual uplifting of martyrs, on the occasion of the 74th anniversary of Vietnamese War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27, 1947 - July 27, 2021).

Yen Tu complex seeking UNESCO recognition

The Complex of Yen Tu Monuments and Landscape is a place of great historic and religious importance in Vietnam. 

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