Posted on: July 31, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0


On the evening of July 29 (July 1 of the lunar calendar), nuns and Buddhists at Phap Vo Pagoda (Nha Be District, Ho Chi Minh City) held a candle-lighting ceremony in gratitude for the Vu Lan season – Buddhist filial piety, calendar 2566.

Phap Vo Pagoda lights candles in gratitude for the Vu Lan season – Filial piety

The program took place under the guidance of Nun Thich Nu Nhu Thao, Standing Member of the Executive Board, Deputy Director and Chief Secretary of the City Nuns Sub-Committee.

Nun Thich Ni Nhu Thao talks about the meaning of Vu Lan - Paying filial piety

Nun Thich Ni Nhu Thao talks about the meaning of Vu Lan – Paying filial piety

In front of the main hall, the entire assembly listened to a short Dharma talk by the nun Thich Ni Nhu Thao about the meaning of filial piety in Buddhism, the great merits and blessings of parents as well as how Buddha’s son done to repay that favor.

Buddhists settle their minds, remember to think about the merits of their parents

Buddhists settle their minds, remember to think about the merits of their parents

After that, everyone performed the ritual of offering incense, chanting and lighting candles to thank their parents on the occasion of the season Vu Lan – Paying filial piety.

Quang Dao – Photo: Nhu Hoa

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