Sun. Nov 20th, 2022

VietNamNet Bridge – Going to Buddhist temples to wish for peace and prosperity in the early lunar new year has been traditional custom in Vietnam. This custom was once eroded somewhat. In recent years, it has strongly recovered, especially among the young people.

 

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Hanoi’s youngsters flock to temples in the early year to pray for peace and luck.

 

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 Under the provisions of the Management Board of temple, each pilgrim
can only burn 3 incense sticks.

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 At the Ha temple in Cau Giay district.

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

The temple is known to be a sacred place for praying for love so many
young women come here to burn incense.

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 At the Quan Su Pagoda, young people account for a fairly high proportion.

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 The center front of the Quan Su Pagoda.

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 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 

girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray 

  Modern girls still go to ancient temples to wish for luck.

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

At Phu Tay Ho, Hanoi.
 

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 Many young boys also burn incense and pray.

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 Some people think that holding money between two hands when
praying will help their praying to be more efficient.

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

 After praying, they place some money on the altar.

 girls, pilgrims, boys, festival, temple, pray

Children also have their own wishes.

Le Anh Dung

By vivian