Posted on: November 6, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0


On the afternoon of November 6, the Ho Chi Minh City Buddhist Information and Communication Department held the premiere of the music video “Vietnamese Buddhism”.

The song “Vietnamese Buddhism” was composed by the late musician Le Cao Phan in 1951. Since its birth, the song “Vietnamese Buddhism” has spread widely, connecting the emotions of Vietnamese Buddhists, simultaneously accompanying the history of Buddhism in the country.

At the 6th National Congress of Buddhist Deputies (2007), the work “Vietnamese Buddhism” was voted on by all delegates and was officially recognized as the Dao Ca of Vietnamese Buddhism. That content is included in Article 4 Chapter 1 of the Charter of the Vietnamese Buddhist Church.

TT.Thich Tam Hai, Head of the Ho Chi Minh City Buddhist Information and Communication Department, said that the MV was initiated by members of the Ho Chi Minh City Buddhist Information and Communication Committee, the purpose of which was to make the music video to celebrate the Great Anniversary. The 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (November 7, 1981 – November 7, 2021).

TT.Thich Tam Hai shared.

TT.Thich Tam Hai shared.

With meaningful lyrics and the participation of 53 artists, “through the MV, we want to suggest to each individual the idea of ​​a beautiful lifestyle, in the spirit of compassion and rejoicing, as well as reducing anxiety. anxiety, fear, so that everyone can live happily, stronger and more optimistically in the current period, when the Covid-19 epidemic is still complicated.” TT.Thich Tam Hai shared.

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