Ghositaram pagoda Destinations

Ghositaram pagoda

As a unique cultural destination in Bac Lieu province, Ghositaram pagoda is a museum of fine arts showcasing the talent of Khmer artists.
Requiems for fallen soldiers held overseas Society

Requiems for fallen soldiers held overseas

The Vietnamese communities in Laos and the Republic of Korea on July 27 held grand requiems to pay tribute to soldiers who sacrificed their lives to the nation on the occasion of the 72nd War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27).
Ancient pagoda in Hung Yen Destinations

Ancient pagoda in Hung Yen

Nom pagoda (or ‘Linh Thong Co Tu’) was built under Later Le dynasty (1533 to 1789). Located in Hung Yen province, the pagoda attracts many visitors for its ancient architecture and antiques inside.
United Nations Day of Vesak Society

United Nations Day of Vesak

Vesak is the most sacred day to millions of Buddhists worldwide. The UN General Assembly in 1999 recognised the Day of Vesak to celebrate the thrice-sacred event of the life of the Buddha Gautama.
1,500 foreign delegates to attend Vesak 2019 Society

1,500 foreign delegates to attend Vesak 2019

Up to 1,500 international delegates from 106 countries and territories and the United Nations (UN) will attend the UN Day of Vesak Celebrations 2019 slated for May 12-14 at Tam Chuc pagoda in Ha Nam.
Ha Nam shows active coordination in hosting UN Vesak Day 2019 Society

Ha Nam shows active coordination in hosting UN Vesak Day 2019

The People’s Committee of Ha Nam held a conference on March 5 to launch the plan to coordinate with and support the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha to organise the UN Vesak Day 2019, which is slated for May 10-15 at the Tam Chuc Buddhist Culture Centre in Kim Bang district.
Party official congratulates VBS on Lord Buddha’s birthday Society

Party official congratulates VBS on Lord Buddha’s birthday

Chairwoman of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Mass Mobilisation Truong Thi Mai congratulated Buddhists on Lord Buddha’s 2562nd birthday while visiting the Executive Council of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) Central Committee at Quan Su Pagoda in Hanoi on May 22.