During the event, monks, nuns and lay Buddhists also join an online recitation of Bhaiṣajyaguru Sutra in order to pray for the successful control of the Covid-19 pandemic control and peace and blessings to the country and its people.
On this occasion, several VBS Executive Committees in provinces and cities also held requiems, lanterns release and candlelit rituals for paying tribute to soldiers on the occasion of the War Invalids and Martyrs Day.
Most Venerable President of the VBS’s Executive Council Thích Thiện Nhơn performs incense offering at Minh Dao pagoda located in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 3.
Most Venerable Thích Thanh Nhiễu initiates Bhaiṣajyaguru sutra recitation for peace at Quan Su pagoda.
Bhaiṣajyaguru sutra recitation at Quan Su pagoda.
Most Venerable Thích Bảo Nghiêm at online recitation.
VBS executive committee in Bac Lieu province commemorates War Invalids and Martyrs Day at Long Phuoc pagoda located in Bac Lieu City’s Ward 5.
Bhaiṣajyaguru sutra recitation held in Gia Lai province.
VBS executive committee in Can Tho City initiates Bhaiṣajyaguru sutra recitation at Phuong Nam Zen Monastery located in Phong Dien district’s My Khanh commune.
Requiem held at Van Hanh nunnery located in Thu Duc City’s Tam Phu commune.
Student monks and nuns of Vietnam Buddhist Institute in Ha Noi participate in Bhaiṣajyaguru sutra recitation held from July 26 to August 1st.
Lantern release and candlelit ceremony held on July 26 at Temple for Martyrs in Thai Binh province.
Requiem and candle lit ceremony held on July 25 by VBS executive committee in Thanh Hoa at Ham Rong Martyrs Cemetery.