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The Mud festival (known asVat Cau Nuoc) is a unique festivalcelebrated by locals in Van village, Bac Giang province’s Viet Yen district in Vietnam.
Seven giant lotus lanterns were positioned in the middle of Nhieu Loc canal in Ho Chi Minh city by Quan Am pagoda on May 22 to celebrate the 2562nd Buddha’s Birthday.
Hue city, known as one of major Buddhism centers in Vietnam, has become more brilliant and attractive during days of the 2562nd Buddha’s Birthday-Vesak festival with streets decorated by Buddhist flag and colorful lanterns.
The Southern One Pillar pagoda was modeled on Hanoi’s one–pillar pagoda. Its structure is similar but not identical. It was built in 1958 by the monk Thich Tri Dung.
The temple of King Đinh Tiên Hoàng is an important relic of the heritage complex of Hoa Lu ancient capital in Truong Yen commune, Hoa Lu district of Ninh Binh province.
Every dawn, silent lines of saffron-clad Lao monks walk down the streets, to collect alms and opening their new day. They are barefoot for walking single file, oldest first, carrying their alms bowls in front of them.
Chairman of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA) Vũ Chiến Thắng led a delegation to visit Vientiane and Xieng Khouang province on occasion of his working visit to Laos from April 5-9.
Being located halfway up the Mot Mountain, Van Son (or Nui Mot) temple is a cultural and historical relic of Con Dao district, Ba Ria – Vung Tau province.
Thien Hung pagoda located in Nhon Hung ward, Binh Dinh province’s An Nhon town is a place for not only Buddhist followers but also visitors.
A 11-member delegation of the Cambodian Ministry of Cults and Religion led by Minister Him Chhem had a working trip to Vietnam from March 11-15.
The newly-built Dia Tang Phi Lai Pagoda located in Liem Son commune, Thanh Liem district, Ha Nam province has attracted many visitors for its tranquility and simple beauty.
The Government Committee for Religious Affairs (GCRA)’s Youth Union held on March 6 a ceremony to kick off the Youth Month with the participation of all members of the union.
On March 1 (the 14thday of the first lunar month), the annual seal -opening ceremony began at the Tran Kings temple relic site in Nam Dinh. The temple distributed lucky seals among residents and visitors starting at 5am on March 2.
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.