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On November 17, 2021, Most Venerable Thich Thien Nhon, Chairman of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha, along with other venerable monks of the Standing Committee of the Buddhist Sangha came to Hoa Khanh Pagoda to offer incense in memory of the late Most Venerable Thich Tu Hanh, former Deputy Secretary General cum Chief of Mission. Office II of the Church, former Vice Rector of Vietnam Higher School of Buddhist Studies in Ho Chi Minh City.

Leaders of the Central Committee of the Church offered incense to commemorate the 33rd anniversary of the late Venerable Thich Tu Hanh

Proving the ceremony has: HT.Thich Thien Nhon, Chairman of the Council of Scholars; HT.Thich Thien Phap, Vice Chairman of the TTTS Council, Head of the Department of Public Security; HT.Thich Hue Tri, Member of the TTTS Council, Head of the PRIVATE Legal Department; HT.Thich Thanh Hung, Member of the TTTS Council; Head of the Central Committee for Development and Development, with the Venerables Ton Duc of the Central Committee, Office 2 of the Central Committee.

Quang Lam ancestral hall, with the image of the late Venerable Thich Tu Hanh, the Most Venerable Chairman of the TS and the venerable dignitaries respectfully offered incense to the Venerable Giac Linh on the 33rd cavalry day; Then chant the sutras to pray for Giac Linh to be promoted to the highest rank, the fruit of which is no birth.

Honoring the late Venerable Thich Tu Hanh, former Deputy Secretary General and Chief of Office II of the Church, former Vice Rector of the Vietnam Higher School of Buddhist Studies in Ho Chi Minh City.

Honoring the late Venerable Thich Tu Hanh, former Deputy Secretary General and Chief of Office II of the Church, former Vice Rector of the Vietnam Higher School of Buddhist Studies in Ho Chi Minh City.

Most Venerable Thich Tu Hanh, the name is Pham Chi Nguyen, the legal name is Quang Y, the name is Tu Hanh. He was born in 1927 in Duc Pho hamlet, Cat Minh commune, Phu Cat district, Binh Dinh province. Son of Mr. Pham Que and Mrs. Huynh Thi Du.

Most Venerable Thich Tu Hanh is a leading priest of the Church, a professor with a new style in his mission of preaching the Dharma. He is a teacher who has actively taught Buddhism to Buddhists at a number of monasteries in the Central and Southern regions. The Venerable Master advocated training young monks and nuns to have a level of Buddhism on par with contemporary knowledge.

During the war, he participated in the movements of the Buddhist community in Saigon – Gia Dinh. When the country was at peace, the Patriotic Buddhist Liaison Committee was established. The Venerable Master was appointed to hold the position of Deputy General Secretary, then General Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Buddhist Patriotic Liaison Committee. Ho Chi Minh. The Venerable Master is also an important member of the Campaign Committee for the Unification of Buddhism in Vietnam.

In 1981, the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha was born, and the Venerable Master was appointed by the Conference to hold the position of Deputy Secretary General cum Chief of Office II of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha.

Born with money, the Venerable Master was nominated by the Church to hold many important positions such as: Deputy Secretary General cum Chief of Office II of the Church, former Vice Rector of the Higher School of Vietnamese Buddhist Studies in Ho Chi Minh City; The abbot of Quan The Am Pagoda, Hoa Khanh Pagoda and many other monasteries.

When the predestined relationship was over, the Venerable Master released the newspaper at 18:30, on November 22, 1988, at Quan The Am Pagoda, Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City.

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