Tag: scriptures

Posted on: December 3, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Buddhist scriptures

When it comes to Buddhism, it is necessary to first define the word “Dao” clearly to avoid misunderstandings later. Traditionally, the word “tao” has many meanings: As in the sentences Dao Duong, Dao Mo, the word “Dao” used to be called religion. Religions are different from one side to the other: It is wrong for people to worship fire for those who worship water, and it is wrong for people…

Posted on: September 28, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

The work of Buddhist scriptures carved in stone achieved a world record

Covering an area of ​​694 square meters, the building includes a collection of about 500,000 stone inscriptions in Tibetan, including some of the classical teachings of Tibetan Buddhism such as Kangyur and Tengyur. The work of Buddhist scriptures carved on stone in Sichuan province (China) has been recognized by the World Records Institute (WRCA) based in London (UK) as the largest in the world. The Sichuan provincial government said the…

Posted on: September 10, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Women’s status in Buddhist scriptures

In the past, how did the Buddha see the position of women in society and in religion? Through that view, we can project the stance of Buddhism in today’s feminist movement. In the last forty years, the Feminism movement has been constantly stirring up public opinion. Only with the United Nations organization, in 1952 the Declaration of the Political Rights of Women was solemnly proclaimed. 1975 was known as the…

Posted on: July 30, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

The concept of “hell” in some Buddhist scriptures

Where is “hell” located? Deep in the heart of this earth or among the great mountains of the universe? Or is hell just a state of mind? Question: From time immemorial, the question “Where do people go after death?” has always been a controversial puzzle. Most religions in the world believe that those who live in the present life and do good deeds will be reborn in heaven after death…

Posted on: July 18, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

The life of monk Tran Huyen Trang and the journey to ask for Buddhist scriptures in Tay Truc

602–664) Tran Huyen Trang (c. 602–664), alias Chen Y, also commonly known as Tang San Tang or Tang Tang, was a Chinese monk, one of the four greatest translators, specializing in the translation of Sanskrit texts Chinese. The monk is also the founder of the Fa-Chief School, a form of the Mind Only School in China. In the series below, the Vietnam Buddhist Portal takes you to learn about the…

Posted on: July 14, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

The medical scriptures explain the Buddha’s three worlds of injustice with the truth of Dependent Origination

Moral education for young people is the responsibility of every family, school and religious house. Researching and applying Buddhist values ​​in moral education for Vietnamese youth will create positive influences on the behavior and lifestyle of Vietnamese people. Most Venerable Thich Nhat Tu, Deputy Director of the Vietnam Buddhist Academy in Ho Chi Minh City, editor of the book “Buddhist moral education in schools and in society”. The book is…

Posted on: May 14, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

The sutra in oneself

Dear Teacher, I would like to share my thoughts from studying. At first, I felt that I was still young and weak, read all the sutras and books after that, then wanted to go to Thailand, Burma, Sri Lanka,… to study. It’s just that you don’t understand the Dharma you teach, you haven’t done it right in the spirit of the Master, so you’re wrong and then get bored and…