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The 35th anniversary of the death of the Bhikkhuni Order, the first nun of the Bhikshu sect, and the 100th anniversary of her birth was solemnly organized by the Bhikshu sect’s nun, on the morning of March 19. – Nham Dan, at Ngoc Phuong’s communal house (Ho Chi Minh City).

Commemorating Senior Nun Huynh Lien at Ngoc Phuong Vihara

The venerable dignitaries of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha commemorate the morning of April 18 - Photo: Tam Lien

The venerable dignitaries of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha commemorate the morning of April 18 – Photo: Tam Lien

The solemn memorial ceremony began with the ritual of offering incense, offering incense, offering flowers to the Giac Linh nun and chanting the verse together. Thank you Master.

At the ceremony, Nun To Lien, Nun Shen Lien, Nun Anh Lien – Permanent Priest of the Bhikshu sect; Senior Nun Vien Lien, Permanent Priest of the Mendicant Order, and abbot of Ngoc Phuong Vihara also reviewed the merits and teachings of the late Nun Huynh Lien, commemorating the 35th anniversary of the nun’s passing.

Representatives of the government, along with the departments to commemorate the afternoon of April 18

Representatives of the government, along with the departments to commemorate the afternoon of April 18

Accordingly, the senior nun Huynh Lien, alias Nguyen Thi Tru, was born in 1923 in Phu My village, My Tho province (now Tien Giang province), in a family with deep Confucianism, morality and belief in Buddhism, many generations of people have lived in Vietnam. ordained.

On April 1, 1947, meeting the good fortune to meet Patriarch Minh Dang Quang, who made a vow to ordained with the vow “to make a boat to transport women”. The senior nun was given a ceremony at Linh Buu Tu, certified by the Patriarch to give the legal name Huynh Lien. Since then, the senior nun has been able to directly study the Dharma and listen to the Dharma with Patriarch Minh Dang Quang through real-life truth lessons, to train her will, to cultivate her virtues to reveal the Dharma body, to transmit wisdom, and to transmit Buddhist teachings.

Nuns of the Vietnamese Mendicant Sect commemorate the chief nun Huynh Lien

Nuns of the Vietnamese Mendicant Sect commemorate the chief nun Huynh Lien

After the Patriarch’s absence, as the eldest son of a nun, by vowing to be a boat transporting women, inheriting the patriarch’s profession, the nun led the nuns’ congregation throughout the two regions of South Central and Central Vietnam to preach the Dharma. sutras, established ashrams, received nuns, opened many teaching classes to teach nuns and Buddhists to study.

Throughout her life, the nun has always been devoted to the Dharma, to humanity and to society, establishing many orphanages to help children, training nuns to transmit the Buddhadharma’s lifeline.

Nuns offer incense to pay homage to Giac Linh Chief Nun Huynh Lien

Nuns offer incense to pay homage to Giac Linh Chief Nun Huynh Lien

Being an intelligent person, inherent wisdom, gifted in poetry and literature, the nun’s Dharma career is very rich, with daily chants such as: The Heart Sutra, Amitabha, Filial piety, Red Name, Vu Lan, Universal Gate, Four Decades and Two Chapters, Dhammapada, Canh Book…

On March 19, 1987 (Dinh Mao), the senior nun released a temporary body of revenge in the regret of the disciples of the mendicant nun disciple.

Senior Nun To Lien reviewed 'The Virtue and Dao Karma of Senior Nun Huynh Lien'

Senior Nun To Lien reviewed “The Virtue and Dao Karma of Senior Nun Huynh Lien”

Following the vows of the nun, today, the bhikshu sect has grown strongly, standing side by side, joining with nuns in the whole country to serve the religion, help the world, and brighten the nun’s wish in the new year. old. Currently, there are hundreds of nuns of the sect with bachelor’s, intermediate, and college degrees in Buddhism, professors, doctoral and master’s degrees, and medical doctors. With the number of Ni they currently have 1380 taste.

Senior Nun Shen Lien reads a memorial

Senior Nun Shen Lien reads a memorial

Many nuns participate in Buddhist work at central committees, institutes, provinces, cities and districts across the country, participate in teaching the Vietnam Buddhist Academy in Ho Chi Minh City… Currently, nuns have been participating in Buddhist activities. Following in the footsteps of Chief Nun Huynh Lien, the Magical Alliance established ashrams all over the world.

Senior Nun Yuan Lian Fa from at the memorial ceremony

Senior Nun Yuan Lian Fa from at the memorial ceremony

Giving teachings at the memorial ceremony, Nien Vien Lien, on behalf of the monks of the Mendicant Order, gave a Dharma message to remind the nuns of the sect to always follow the merits and deeds of the First Elder of the Bhikshu Sect. The Buddhadharma spread to all classes of people and developed ashrams in all regions. Guide nuns and Buddhists to practice, carry out charity works, participate in social movements that the Nun has a lifetime of recollection. That’s how the next generation of bhikshuni nuns responded to the teaching of the late senior nun Huynh Lien.

The memorial ceremony took place on the morning of April 19 at Ngoc Phuong Vihara

The memorial ceremony took place on the morning of April 19 at Ngoc Phuong Vihara

The Bhikshu sect's nuns offer flowers to Giac Linh, the chief nun Huynh Lien

The Bhikshu sect’s nuns offer flowers to Giac Linh, the chief nun Huynh Lien

Solemnly the memorial ceremony

Solemnly the memorial ceremony

Read the shelf 'Thank you teacher'

Read the shelf “Thank you teacher”

sectarian clerical nuns

sectarian clerical nuns

Nuns and Buddhists from different regions attended the ceremony

Nuns and Buddhists from different regions attended the ceremony

Commemorating the 35th anniversary of the death of Senior Nun Huynh Lien

Commemorating the 35th anniversary of the death of Senior Nun Huynh Lien

Senior nun Anh Lien reads a memorial poem 'The night to remember the teacher'

Nun Anh Lien reads a memorial poem “The night to remember the teacher”

Senior nun Vien Lien, abbot of Ngoc Phuong Vihara from the ceremony

Senior nun Vien Lien, abbot of Ngoc Phuong Vihara from the ceremony

Venerable Phung Lien, Lecturer at the Vietnam Buddhist Academy in Ho Chi Minh City, Professor of Nuns of the sect had a time to talk to Buddhists before the memorial ceremony.

Venerable Phung Lien, Lecturer at the Vietnam Buddhist Academy in Ho Chi Minh City, Professor of Nuns of the sect had a time to talk to Buddhists before the memorial ceremony.

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