On the morning of October 5, 2021, the Executive Board of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha of Can Tho City, the Symposium of the UBCV and the local authorities solemnly held a memorial ceremony to pray for the late Venerable Master Ly San at Sanvor PothiNhen Pagoda (Chau Van Liem Ward, District O). Mon, Can Tho City).
The ceremony was witnessed and attended by: Most Venerable Dao Nhu, Vice Chairman of the Council of Scholars, Head of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha BTS HCMC. Can Tho, Chairman of the Can Tho Buddhist Youth Association, Venerable Thich Binh Tam, Standing Deputy Head of the Standing Committee of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha of Can Tho City, Venerable Ly Hung, Deputy Head of the Buddhist Administration Committee of Can Tho City, Vice Chairman Permanent member of the Women’s Health Association, Venerable Thich Thien Hau, Chief Buddhist Secretary of Can Tho City.
On the government side, there were the presence of: Ms. Huynh Thi Sa Ma Ly, Director of the Local 3 Department – Government Committee for Ethnic Minorities, Mr. Nguyen Trung Nhan, Member of the Standing Board of the City Party Committee, Chairman of the Vietnam Fatherland Front in Can Tho City, Mr. Nguyen Thanh Kiet, Deputy Head of the Religious Affairs Department, Mr. Ho Van Phuong, Deputy Head of the Ethnic Minority Department of Can Tho City and the O Mon District Department.
The late Venerable Venerable DhammaPanna Ly San, Member of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha Council, Evidence of the Executive Board of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha in Can Tho City, President of the Can Tho City Women’s Youth Union, Member of the Can Tho Fatherland Front Committee, Evidence of the Executive Board of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha in District O Mon, Member of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee in O Mon district, Abbot of PothiNhen pagoda (area 12, Chau Van Liem ward, O Mon district, Can Tho city). Due to the old age of the patriarch, the late Elder Venerable Most Venerable passed away at 6 p.m. on September 7, 2021 (on August 1 of the New Year of the Ox); The world: 73 years, 52 Ha Lap.
Here, Venerable Dao Nhu, on behalf of the Can Tho City Buddhist Executive Board and the National Youth Union, gave a memorial speech “The Elder Venerable Ly San is a respected person who has made many contributions to the Dharma and the nation, the The Venerable Master’s departure is a great loss to the Church, the Can Tho City Women’s Health Association and the followers of the Dharma.” At the ceremony, the Venerables and the authorities respectfully offered incense in remembrance and the monks chanted the sutras and prayed for the late Giac Linh, the late Elder, and the Venerable Master to be crowned Buddha.
On this occasion, Venerable Ly Hung, on behalf of his followers of the Dharma, expressed his thanks to the local religious leaders and dignitaries who attended, contributing to the commemoration ceremony taking place to the fullest, while ensuring the food safety and quality of life. strictly implement the prevention and control of the Covid-19 epidemic.