Buddhism in Vietnam

Buddhism in Vietnam

Mahayana BuddhismvteThe One Pillar Pagoda is a historic Mahayana Buddhist temple in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam.Bái Đính Temple is a complex of Mahayana Buddhist temples on Bai Dinh MountainStatue of Avalokiteśvara, lacquered and gilded wood at the Bút Tháp Temple, dating from the Restored Lê era with inscription "autumn of the year Bính Thân" (1656).Hải Đức Buddha, the 30 ft tall statue built in 1964 at Long Sơn Pagoda in Nha TrangBuddhism in Vietnam (Đạo Phật or Phật Giáo in Vietnamese), as practised by the ethnic Vietnamese, is mainly of the Mahayana tradition.[1] Buddhism may have first come to Vietnam as early as the 3rd or 2nd century BCE from South Asia or from China in the 1st or 2nd century CE.[2] Vietnamese Buddhism has had a syncretic relationship with certain elements of Taoism, Chinese spirituality and the Vietnamese folk religion.[3]

 
Ten Eminent Disciples of the Buddha

Ten Eminent Disciples of the Buddha

This is a translation from a Chinese book of similar title written by Reverend Xing Yun.  The following is only about ten percent of the entire book.  There are many other interesting stories in the book.

 
GREAT MASTER YIN GUANG

GREAT MASTER YIN GUANG

Thirteenth Patriarch of the Pure Land school Whether a layperson or a monastic, we need to respect those who are older than we are and to exist harmoniously with those around us. We are to endure what others cannot and practice what others cannot achieve. We should do all we can on behalf of others and help them to be good. When sitting quietly, we would do well to reflect on our own faults. When talking with friends do not discuss the rights and wrongs of others.

 
Gaya Amitabha Buddhist Society

Gaya Amitabha Buddhist Society

Gaya Amitabha Buddhist Society

 
What is Buddhism?

What is Buddhism?

Buddhism is a religion to about 300 million people around the world. The word comes f-rom ‘budhi’, ‘to awaken’. It has its origins about 2,500 years ago when Siddhartha Gotama, known as the Buddha, was himself awakened (enlightened) at the age of 35. After enlightenment, the Buddha spent the rest of his life teaching the principles of Buddhism — called the Dhamma, or Truth — until his death at the age of 80.

 

The Sūtra of (the Buddha of) Immeasurable Life

The Sūtra of (the Buddha of) Immeasurable Life
Translated by Hisao Inagaki

 
Free distribution

Free distribution

LƯU THÔNG KINH SÁCH MIỄN PHÍ - FREE DISTRIBUTION DHARMA MATERIAL

 
Amitabha centers

Amitabha centers

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Our Mission

Our Mission

“It is all our wish that we live in a peaceful and harmonious world. We wish to be able to contribute in a way we can via our publication towards this goal.

 
Liao Fan’s Lesson 4 – The Benefit of the Virtue of Humility

Liao Fan’s Lesson 4 – The Benefit of the Virtue of Humility

Narrator: The third lesson taught us the ways to accumulate kind deeds. Naturally, it would be best if people would practice kindness, but as humans, we are social beings. It is impossible not to encounter others; therefore, it is important to know the ways to improve ourselves when interacting with others.

 

The Blueprint of the Pure Land Learning College

1. In the recent era, Buddhism has declined. This is primarily caused by the lack of Dharma lecturers and practitioners, and by not having enough qualified Dharma protectors. Thus, all Buddhists wish for talented and educated people who are trained in the teachings, and to have a true cultivation centre. This has been a long-held wish of Master Chin Kung as well.

 
Events & Activities

Events & Activities

Events & Activities

 

Die Lehre des Buddha

Die Theorie des Buddhismus in Stichworten Buddhistische Religion Der Buddha Prinz Siddharta Gautama lebte vor 2.500 Jahren in Nordindien, geboren in Lumbini, an der Grenze Nepals. Gleich nach der Geburt geht er sieben Schritte. Seine Jugend verbringt er in Kapilavastu, Hauptstadt der Shakya. Mit 16 heiratet er seine Kusi­ne, lebt bis zum 29. Lebensjahr am fürstlichen Hof. Nach der Geburt seines Sohnes gibt er Familie und Heim auf. Grund dafür ist die Begegnung mit dem Leiden.

 

Die Lehre des Buddha

Die Theorie des Buddhismus in Stichworten Buddhistische Religion Der Buddha Prinz Siddharta Gautama lebte vor 2.500 Jahren in Nordindien, geboren in Lumbini, an der Grenze Nepals. Gleich nach der Geburt geht er sieben Schritte. Seine Jugend verbringt er in Kapilavastu, Hauptstadt der Shakya. Mit 16 heiratet er seine Kusi­ne, lebt bis zum 29. Lebensjahr am fürstlichen Hof. Nach der Geburt seines Sohnes gibt er Familie und Heim auf. Grund dafür ist die Begegnung mit dem Leiden.

 
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