Posted on: October 22, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

After receiving the news that the Most Venerable Thich Pho Tue – the Third Dharma Chairman of the Council to Prove the passing of the Vietnamese Buddhist Church, the Sangha of Hung Thanh Pagoda (Wat Dhammapanyaram Bangmuang) sent a Letter of Condolences to the Venerable Master’s funeral. to the Vietnamese Buddhist Church.

The content of the letter reads:



No. 97 Ratchavong Road, Samphan Vong Ward, Bangkok Capital, Kingdom of Thailand.

Condolence Letter


– Central Vietnam Buddhist Church.

– The Vietnamese Buddhist Church in Hanoi.

Namo Buddha Shakyamuni Buddha,

The Sangha of Hung Thanh Temple (Wat Dhammapanyaram Bangmuang) received the news Most Venerable Thich Pho Tue – His Holiness the Third Dharma Chairman of the Council to prove that the Buddhist Church of Vietnam passed away at 3:22 pm on October 21, 2021 at Vien Minh Communal House (Giang pagoda), Quang Lang commune, Phu Xuyen district, City Hanoi Vietnam.

Most Venerable Thich Pho Tue is a true cultivator, a prestigious and virtuous dignitaries of Vietnamese Buddhism, the Dharma Master Thich Pho Tue has lived a simple life, chanting, writing books, and practicing. According to the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha, on the way to study, the Venerable Master’s footprints spread throughout the communal houses of the Red River Delta. The Venerable Most Venerable Thich Pho Tue had never attended a formal school, all his knowledge was acquired through perseverance in self-study and was a famous priest who was knowledgeable about Buddhism and Sinology. The Venerable Venerable Master has a great career, leaving behind a huge legacy. The Venerable Master participated in compiling, translating and editing works such as the Hundred Example Sutra, the Buddha’s Three Sutras, the Prajnaparamita Resonance, the Great Dictionary of Buddhism, the Outline of the Lotus Sutra, and the Buddhist Studies is Wisdom Studies. Editing the Vietnamese Tripitaka, translating and editing the Law of the Four Parts…

The loss of the Venerable Master is a great loss to the Vietnamese Buddhist community in particular and to the international Buddhist community in general, in infinite respect, the Thai Buddhist Annamites bow down to him and share his condolences. sad with the Vietnamese Buddhist Church, its disciples, the dharma family and the Vietnamese people.

May the Most Venerable Giac Linh become a Buddhist monk, continue the vows of a true monk!

Nakhon Pathom, October 21, 2021

Abbot of Hung Thanh Pagoda

Concurrently President of the Medicine Buddha Foundation

Bhikkhu Thich Thien Bao


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