On the morning of June 19, 2022, the delegation of Lamayuru Meditation Center (India) led by Most Venerable Sonam Jorphel, the Center’s Master, went to Minh Dao Pagoda (District, Ho Chi Minh City) to visit and consult with Venerable Thich Thien Nhon. , Chairman of the Buddhist Sangha of Vietnam Buddhist Sangha, Master Institute of Minh Dao Pagoda.
Receiving the delegation of Lamayuru Meditation Center (India) was also TT.Thich Nhat Tu, Member of the Council of Fellows, Standing Deputy Director of the Vietnam Buddhist Academy in Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City; TT.Thich Phuoc Nghiem, Member of the TSSC, Standing Deputy of the Central Committee for Development and Development; with the monks of Minh Dao pagoda.
Here, Venerable Sonam Jorphel gladly informed the Venerable Master of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha about his visit to Vietnam with many Buddhist activities for global peace and prosperity. The Venerable Master said that with the enthusiasm and leadership of the Venerable Master of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha, Vietnamese Buddhism will develop in a more sustainable way, and the harmony of monks, nuns and Buddhists will be strengthened.
He also believed that the meeting with the Most Venerable President would bring about a positive sign of the good Buddhist relationship between Vietnam and India through the aspects of cultural exchange and Buddhist education, through which the The pagan relationship between India and Vietnam also grew.
Warmly receiving the delegation, Venerable Thich Thien Nhon said that the Vietnamese Buddhist Church has always clearly seen that Buddhism in the world has three schools: Mahayana, Hinayana and Vajrayana. During the past 40 years, the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha has regularly welcomed Vajrayana Buddhist delegations to visit in order to strengthen the friendly relationship between the two sides on the basis of culture, education, preaching and rituals. ceremony.
On this occasion, in response to the delegation’s favor, the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha will organize a visit to the Lamayuru Meditation Center as well as the monasteries of the Vajrayana Buddhism sect in the future.
At the end, the Most Venerable President wished the Most Venerable Master of Lamayuru Meditation Center and the Vajrayana Buddhist delegation good health, happiness and many good results during this visit to Vietnam. Thereby the Venerable Master hoped that Vajrayana Buddhism in India and Nepal would be increasingly developed in the world Buddhist community; At the same time, he believes that the friendly relationship between the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha and Indian Buddhism will become more and more sustainable.