Thien Mu Pagoda (Buddhist temple) in Hue, Vietnam

Pagoda of the Celestial Lady Buddhist temple in Hue, Vietnam.  Thien Mu Pagoda is located on the left side of the fragrance to the tomb of Lord Minh Mang. This temple is the center of Zen Buddhism. The highlight of this temple is. 8 high octagon pagoda with 7 layers each floor is representative of the world. Of the Buddha The left and right sides of the stone are inscribed with large stone bells and 2,000 kilograms.

Next to the back of the pagoda is the entrance to the temple interior area. Six gods stand guard to prevent evil come and visit this temple. Historical and political significance during the post-Vietnam era. When the monk Tikkha abbot of the temple of Tianmu has used a blue car Austin.

It is a vehicle to burn yourself in the middle of Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City today. During the late June 11, 1963, to protest the forced eviction of Christianity and corruption. The government of Diem Diem is a Catholic. The violence in the country is also a hindrance to the celebration of the Visakha Puja Day. Today, the blue Austin car has been preserved and displayed inside the temple.

 

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