Yesterday morning, on January 21, 2022 (on December 19 of the New Year of the Ox), the Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha of Ho Chi Minh City. Hai Phong cooperates with the city’s Department of Transport to solemnly hold a ceremony to attach a street name sign named after the famous monk Thich Tri Hai with a length of nearly 1km in Du Hang Kenh ward, Le Chan district, Ho Chi Minh City. Hai Phong.
Attending the ceremony to attach the signboard towards the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha in Ho Chi Minh City. Hai Phong has HT. Thich Quang Tung – Vice Chairman of the Council of Scholars, Head of the Executive Board of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha city; HT. Thich Thanh Giac – Member of the Buddhist Council, Deputy Head of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha’s Judiciary Committee, Deputy Head of the City’s Executive Board of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha, and representatives of the City’s Standing Buddhist Monks.
On the side of the authorities, there were Mr. Vu Duy Tung – Director of the city’s Department of Transport; Mr. Duong Ngoc Anh – Head of Religious Affairs Department, City Department of Home Affairs, along with functional departments in the city and Le Chan district.
As we all know, Most Venerable Thich Tri Hai (1906-1979) was a famous monk with great merit in the movement of Buddhist revival in the twentieth century, he left behind many translations of scriptures, a treasure literary museum and a number of works of a lifetime, preserved, preserved, promoted and inherited by the following generations. In particular, the late Venerable Thich Tri Hai is a famous monk who is attached to Buddhism in Ho Chi Minh City. Hai Phong from 1954 until his death (June 7, 1979)
To remember his merits for Buddhism in the city. Hai Phong in particular and Vietnamese Buddhism in general, the Executive Board of the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City. Hai Phong proposed to the People’s Council, City People’s Committee and City Department of Transport to name the street “Thich Tri Hai” in Le Chan district.
With the approval of all levels of government and city departments, the Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha of Hai Phong city cooperated with the city’s Department of Transport to hold a ceremony to attach a street name sign “Thich Tri Hai” with the length of 700 meters wide, 19 meters wide with the starting point at 122 Ho Sen street and the ending point at 171 Chua Hang street, Du Hang Kenh ward, Le Chan district. This is the road that the late Great Venerable Venerable often passed during his lifetime and also the road leading to the headquarters of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha in Hai Phong city, where the Venerable Master abbot, attached himself to study and propagate the Buddhadharma while living. still at that.