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VESAK 2019: outstanding impression on religious life in Vietnam

Vesak is a cultural and religious festival to honor, praise and promote the moral values, the good and harmonious spirit of the Buddha.

 

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Vesak is a cultural and religious festival, in order to honor, praise and promote the moral values, the good and harmonious spirit of the Buddha. Photo LAD

 

 

 

Recognizing the Vesak as a religious and cultural festival, in order to honor, celebrate and promote the moral values, the spirit of good harmony of the Buddha, Head of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs Vu Chien Thang said, The 2019 Vesak celebration held in Vietnam continues to connect the spirit of Buddhism, connecting Buddhist children across the five continents, with the message of love, sharing and insight, The mind works to alleviate the sufferings of human life, to relieve social instability, to bring happiness, peace, and peace to everyone in the world.

“The UN Vesak Ceremony 2019 is hosted by the Vietnam Buddhist Church, hosted with the help of the people and the Vietnamese State, organized solemnly and solemnly as a vivid demonstration of freedom. beliefs and religions in Vietnam, affirming that Vietnam has always been an active, active and responsible member of the United Nations, and at the same time showing the capacity and position of the Vietnam Buddhist Church. strong in the heart of the nation and international Buddhist friends, ”said the Head of the Government Office for Religious Affairs.

After successfully hosting and organizing VESAK UN Vesak celebration in 2008 and 2014 in Hanoi and Ninh Binh, Vietnam has left a deep impression in the hearts of the world's friends on the image of the country. people, culture and religious life.

The ceremony of VESAK 2019 attracted more than 3,000 official delegates, including 570 international delegations, eight international art delegations with 1,650 delegates from 112 countries and territories. This is also the ceremony with the most participation of the heads of state, UN leaders, showing the prestige and position of Vietnam in general and the Vietnam Buddhist Church in particular in organizing national events. Internationally, making a strong impression on international friends about the country and people of Vietnam.

Main contents throughout VESAK United Nations 2019 include: Responsible leadership for sustainable society, Buddhism's approach to harmonious families, Buddhist approach to education, Buddhism and Industrial Revolution 4.0, Buddhism's approach to responsible consumption.

 

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The Ha Nam Declaration 2019 affirms that the good moral values of Buddhism continue to be promoted in life, showing the responsibility of Buddhism with the urgent problems of society. Photo LAD

 

 

 

In the days of the ceremony, there are spiritual cultural activities taking place in the area of Tam Chuc Pagoda (Dien Tam The, Dien Thich Ca, Dien Quan Am, Tam Quan Square) including: Traditional Buddhist bathing ceremony. Forum of prayers of yin and yang, the people's nation, the country integrates to develop in the ritual of the North, Central and South. Night flower posted prayers world peace. Photos showing world and Vietnamese heritage pagodas, exhibits of Buddhist artifacts at Tam The Temple and International Conference Hall.

The United Nations Day of Vesak celebration - VESAK 2019 is meant to affirm Vietnam's efforts and achievements in guaranteeing freedom of belief and religion; promote international exchanges and cooperation on religion; affirming the role of a responsible member of the international community and Vietnam's support for the UN's efforts to promote peace and harmony between religions and cultures; demonstrating Vietnam's responsibility to the United Nations.

According to Venerable Thich Gia Quang, Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha Council, Vice Chairman of the International Organization Committee of VESAK 2019 Buddha's Birthday, this is not just an external activity of Vietnamese Buddhism. but also an international cultural and religious event of the United Nations.

Speaking at the conference to review and assist the Vietnam Buddhist Church in organizing the UN Vesak Ceremony 2019, Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh affirmed: The UN Vesak UN Ceremony 2019 was held in Vietnam has once again affirmed that the Vietnamese government always respects and supports the UN's policy of honoring the Vesak Ceremony of "Three Buddhas of the Buddha" as a world cultural and religious festival and affirming the interest of The Vietnamese state for the good moral values of religions, including Buddhism, brings social life.

 

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With the Ha Nam Declaration 2019, the UN Day of Vesak UN 2019 continues to affirm that the Socialist Republic of Vietnam always respects and ensures the freedom and belief of the people, creating favorable conditions for religions in Vietnam to operate. In accordance with the law, Viet Nam is willing to be a friend and reliable partner of international friends, affirming that Vietnam is a responsible member, always supporting UN-led activities. initiative and organization.

The Ha Nam Declaration 2019 affirms that the good moral values of Buddhism continue to be promoted in life, showing the responsibility of Buddhism with the urgent problems of society. Photo LAD
Speaking at the conference to review and assist the Vietnam Buddhist Church in organizing the UN Vesak Ceremony 2019, Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh affirmed: The UN Vesak UN Ceremony 2019 was held in Vietnam has once again affirmed that the Vietnamese government always respects and supports the UN's policy of honoring the Vesak Ceremony of "Three Buddhas of the Buddha" as a world cultural and religious festival and affirming the interest of The Vietnamese state for the good moral values of religions, including Buddhism, brings social life.

With the Ha Nam Declaration 2019, the UN Day of Vesak UN 2019 continues to affirm that the Socialist Republic of Vietnam always respects and ensures the freedom and belief of the people, creating favorable conditions for religions in Vietnam to operate. In accordance with the law, Viet Nam is willing to be a friend and reliable partner of international friends, affirming that Vietnam is a responsible member, always supporting UN-led activities. initiative and organization.

The Ha Nam Declaration 2019 affirms that the good moral values of Buddhism continue to be promoted in life, showing the responsibility of Buddhism with the urgent problems of society. The Vesak UN Ceremony of 2019 was successfully held in Vietnam once again, showing that the position, prestige and capacity of the Vietnam Buddhist Church have raised to a new level...

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