The Problem of Buddhist Teaching in Vietnam - The Current Situation And Solutions

Cao Thi Minh Hong


Buddhism was born in India from the 6th century BC, in the condition of society divided by unequal caste system. Buddhism was born as the successor and continuation of famous religious and philosophical movements of ancient India and is considered as one of the social doctrines against injustice in contemporary society. Propagation of the Dharma is a noble and sacred duty of a Buddhist disciple, because the purpose of the Buddha's birth was for the benefit of the many, out of compassion for the world, for the happiness and well-being of gods and species. people. Therefore, the Buddha's teachings are a practical way of life, inseparable from human beings. If you do not bring the righteous Dharma to all sentient beings to inherit, then Buddhism has no benefit. Inherited sentient beings must rely on the messengers of the Tathagata to propagate.

Keywords: Dissemination of the Dharma, monks and nuns, Buddhism, the benefit of sentient beings.

DOI: 10.7176/JPCR/54-04

Publication date:September 30th 2021


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