THE INAUGURAL CEREMONY FOR THE HOLY PLACES YEAR 2015

THE BUDDHA MONUMENT "QUAN AM NAM HAI "

On Sunday August 2nd 2015 was successful

Khanh Thanh Chua Hoa Nghiem 2/11/2008QUAN AM NAM HAIQUAN AM NAM HAI

  NAM MÔ BỔN SƯ THÍCH CA MÂU NI PHẬT

NAM MÔ ĐẠI BI LINH CẢM ỨNG QUÁN ÂM NAM HẢI BỒ TÁT

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Construction and Assembly process statues completed a good and satisfactory way ...

THE BUDDHA "NAM HAI" MONUMENT HAD BEEN BUILT IN QUEBEC CANADA FINALLY

CONGRATULATION TO ALL - WE MADE IT........

QUAN AM NAM HAI MONUMENT HAD BEEN BUILT AS WELL FINALLY

The Buddha

The Buddha, whose personal name was Siddhattha (Siddhārtha in Sanskrit), and family name Gotama (Skt. Gautama), lived in North India in the 6th century B.C. His father, Suddhodana, was the ruler of the kingdom, of the Sākyas (in modern Nepal). His mother was queen Māyā. According to the custom of the time, he was married quite young, at the age sixteen, to a beautiful and devoted young princess named Yasodharā. The young prince lived in his palace with every luxury at his command. But all of a sudden, confronted with the reality of life and the suffering of mankind, he decided to find the solution - the way out of this universal suffering. At the age of 29, soon after birth of his only child, Rāhula, he left his kingdom and became an ascetic in search of this solution.

For six years the ascetic Gotama wandered about the valley of the Ganges, meeting famous religious teachers, studying and following their systems and methods, and submitting himself to rigorous ascetic practices. They did not satisfy him. So he abandoned all traditional religions and their methods and went his own way. It was thus that one evening, seated under a tree (since then known as the Bodhi-or-Bo-tree, ‘the Tree of Wisdom’). On the bank of the river Neranjarā at Buddha-Gaya (near Gaya in modern Bihar), at the age of 35, Gotama attained Enlightenment, after which he was known as the Buddha, ‘The Enlightened One’.

After his Enlightenment, Gotama the Buddha delivered his first sermon to a group of five ascetics, his old colleagues, in the Deer Park at Isipatana (modern Sarnath) near Benares. From that day, for 45 years, he taught all classes of men and women-kings and peasants, Brahmins and outcasts, bankers and beggars, holy men and robbers – without making slightest distinction between them. He recognized no differences of caste or social groupings, and the Way he preached was open to all men and women who were ready to understand and to follow it.

At the age of 80, the Buddha passed away at Kusinārā (in modern Uttar Pradesh in India).

Today Buddhism is found in Ceylon, Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Tibet, China, Japan, Mongolia, Korea, Formosa, in some parts of India, Pakistan and Nepal, and also in the Soviet Union. The Buddhist population of the world is over 500 million.

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