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On the morning of December 4, 2021, at the Headquarters of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha, the Proving Council – the Executive Council of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha solemnly held the 713th Memorial Ceremony of King – Buddha Emperor Tran Nhan Tong entering Nirvana and 10 years of his death. Venerable Most Venerable Thich Thanh Tu – Former Standing Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha’s Council passed away.

Quang Lam proved that the Great Memorial Ceremony had: Elder Most Venerable Thich Thanh Dung – Deputy Dharma Master, Chief Secretary of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha; Most Venerable Yoshimizu Dai Chi – former president of the Pure Land Society of Japan; Most Venerable Thich Thanh Nhieu – Standing Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha; Most Venerable Thich Gia Quang – Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha; Most Venerable Thich Bao Nghiem – Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha Council – Head of the Hanoi Buddhist Sangha BTS Committee; Most Venerable Thich Quang Tung – Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha; Most Venerable Thich Thanh Nha – Chief of Office of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha Council; Venerable Thich Duc Thien – Vice President, General Secretary of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha; Most Venerable Thich Thanh Dien – Deputy Secretary General, Head of Office 1 of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha; Along with the honorable honors and virtues of the Standing Committee of the Student Council, the Honorable Men and the leaders of the Central Institutes and Committees; The Venerables of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha BTS City. Hanoi and the northern provinces.

On the side of the government, there was Mr. Ngo Sach Thuc – Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front; Mr. Dao Huy Cuong – Deputy Director of Buddhism Department, Government Committee for Religious Affairs; Mr. Vu Tien Loi – Head of Buddhism Department, Department of Homeland Security, Ministry of Public Security; Ms. Nguyen Thi Kim Dung – Vice President of Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Hanoi City and leaders representing departments, ministries, central branches and Hanoi city.

After the ceremony, Most Venerable Thich Bao Nghiem – Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha Council announced the biography of the late Elder Venerable Thich Thuong Thanh Ha Tu. The late Elder Venerable Thich Thanh Tu, former member of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha Council, and Vice President of Thuong On behalf of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha, the President of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha in Hanoi, the Head of Tung Lam Quan Su Institute, the Master Institute of Bai Dinh Pagoda and the Nho Lam Communal House. He is a master monk, a monk, and a Zen master of Vietnamese Buddhism in the 20th and early 21st centuries (contemporary). He peacefully received the death god at 08:15′ on November 26, 2011 (on November 2, New Year of the Rabbit), 85 years old. The legacy that he left for posterity is a shining example of spiritual virtue, and devoted his whole life to the Dharma – Nation – Socialism.

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Following the program, Most Venerable Thich Thanh Nhieu – Standing Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha Council declared the memorial of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha. King Tran Nhan Tong, whose real name is Tran Kham, was born in the Year of the Horse (1258). He was made Crown Prince at the age of 16 (1274). In 1278, when he was just 20 years old, Crown Prince Tran Kham was handed the throne by his father (Tran Thanh Tong) and named him Hieu Hoang. He was the heroic emperor of the Tran dynasty who twice led the Dai Viet army and people to defeat the invading Mongols, protect the independence and self-reliance for the nation, build the Tran dynasty and the heroic Dai Viet nation. strong. After the country and communes were at peace, King Tran Nhan Tong returned to Vu Lam palace (in present-day Ninh Binh) to ordained a monk with National Master Hue Tue, starting his spiritual career. After that, he returned from Vu Lam palace to Thang Long citadel, then went straight to Yen Tu mountain (now in Uong Bi, Quang Ninh), diligently cultivating and taking the title Huong Van Dai Dau Da. He built a temple, taught the Dharma, and converted the Sangha. Simultaneously, unifying three Zen lines: Bhikkhuni-Da-Luu-Chi, Vo Ngon Thong, and Thao Duong established Truc Lam Yen Tu Zen line with the thought of entering the world “Chu Tran Lac Dao”, “Hoa Quang” Dong bare” is a Zen line with its own identity of Dai Viet. The Truc Lam Yen Tu Zen lineage has been preserved and handed down through the ages and generations of Vietnamese Buddhism, but today the Vietnamese Buddhist Church is the heir to the incarnated quintessence accompanying the nation.

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The venerable virtues and the entire monastic school, one-pointedly towards the ten directions of the Three Jewels, prayed to Giac Linh, the Elder, the Most Venerable, to sign the Buddha Kingdom; pray for national peace, good weather, good weather; The Buddha’s day increases, the Dharma wheel is often turned; The epidemic was eliminated, the people were at peace. The great commemoration of the 713th anniversary of the Buddha’s death, Tran Nhan Tong’s entry into Nirvana, and the 10th anniversary of the death of the late Venerable Most Venerable Thich Thanh Tu had been fully completed.

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