Religious people: Accompanying the nation Society

Religious people: Accompanying the nation

Vietnam’s policies and guidelines have been adopted to ensure the exercise of the right of every citizen to practice their beliefs while making contributions to national building and defense.
Centuries-old Bo Da pagoda stuns pilgrims Culture - Sports

Centuries-old Bo Da pagoda stuns pilgrims

Visiting pagodas on the first days of the Lunar New Year is a deep-rooted tradition of Vietnamese people. The hundreds-year-old Bo Da Pagoda in the northern province of Bac Giang is rich in historical and cultural values.
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Tu An Hieu Nghia sect convenes second Congress

More than 100 dignitaries and followers of “ Tu An Hieu Nghia ” (Four debts of gratitude) sect convened their second Congress for the 2015-2020 tenure in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang on July 24.
Festival honours timeless love Festival

Festival honours timeless love

Thousands of people from all corners of the country flocked to the northern province of Hung Yen on March 21 to attend a festival commemorating Chu Dong Tu and Tien Dung, who have been honoured by generations for their immortal love.
Worshipping the Four Immortals – Vietnam’s unique belief Society

Worshipping the Four Immortals – Vietnam’s unique belief

As well as worshiping their ancestors, famous craftsmen and heroes who fought off foreign invaders, they worship the Four Immortals, who include Tan Vien (the God of the Mountain), Saint Giong, Chu Dong Tu and the Mother Goddess Lieu Hanh, all of whom had many unique features.
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Workshop explores worship of Mother Goddesses

The worship of Mother Goddesses plays an important role in the spiritual life of Vietnamese people and others in some areas in Southeast Asia, according to participants at a recent workshop in the northern province of Nam Dinh.