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Buddhist legend in Keo Pagoda

Buddhist legend in Keo Pagoda Attending a three-day Festival in Keo Pagoda, you can experience lots of traditional rituals, religious ceremonies and cultural performances which reflect the lifestyle of inhabitants along the banks of the North Delta of the Red River.   The legend... Come back to the history, legend said that a humble fisherman in the 11th century achieved enlightenment as a Buddhist monk and could thereby fly through the air, walk on water and tame snakes and tigers. However, the holy man Duong Khong Lo (1016-1094) secured his name firmly in his country’s history books when he used his magic powers to cure King Le Thanh Tong (1066-1127) of a terrible disease. Over 900 years later, residents of Vu Nhat Commune, Vu Thu District, Thai Binh Province still honour the Buddhist hero with a festival as mystical as the legend it recognises. Read more >>
 

Do Son Buffalo Fighting Festival - Hai Phong City Festival

Do Son Buffalo Fighting Festival - Hai Phong City Festival Thousands of people annually gathered at the stadium of Do Son Town, Hai Phong City to witness the attractive performances of buffalos within the Do S... Read more >>

The Quan ho singing tradition

The Quan ho singing tradition For the Bac Ninh people, festivals not only allow them to highlight their own village's specialties, such as ceramics, folk painting, wrestling, kite ... Read more >>

Hung King Temple Festival

Hung King Temple Festival Every year, a large number of visitors from all over the country participate a national festival - Hung King Temple Festival - an incense offering cer... Read more >>

Saint Chu Dong Tu Festival

Saint Chu Dong Tu Festival Being held annually from the 10th to the 12th day of the second lunar month, the Saint Chu Dong Tu is a popular religious festival celebrating Godfather... Read more >>

A meaningful pilgrimage to the Lim Festival

A meaningful pilgrimage to the Lim Festival “My friend, please stay here, do not return home. When doing so, you make me weep silently. The two flaps of my dress will be soaked with tears...... Read more >>

Cheo, a popular traditional music performance

Cheo, a popular traditional music performance There’s a folk verse in Vietnam that tells about a lazy guy who does not want to do anything but could not resist the attraction of a Cheo play, whi... Read more >>

Taoism – a part of the Tam Giao (Three Religions) of Vietnam

Taoism – a part of the Tam Giao (Three Religions) of Vietnam Tam Giao, which includes Buddhism, Confucianism and Ta... Read more >>

Taking home a" non la" - that is, to take a piece of Vietnam

Taking home a “Non la” (translated as “conical hat”) is not only a normal hat, but also one of Vietnam’s symbols of charm. Every country has its own nation... Read more >>
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