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  • Tên sách : Contemporary Buddhism In Vietnam- A focus on Hue Area
  • Tác giả : Thích Nguyên Tâm
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  • Ngôn ngữ : Anh
  • Số trang : 338
  • Nhà xuất bản : Aichi Gakuin University
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  • Phân loại : Sách tiếng Anh-English
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Chapter One: Monks—Life and Activities

  1. Course of practice to be a bhikkhu
  2. Meaning of pabbajja
  3. First step—pabbajjncelebration for điệu
  4. Important of practice as a điệu
  5. The pabbajjacelebration for điệu
  6. After the celebration

III. Second step—celebration for sãmanera

  1. Celebration for sãmanera
  2. After the celebration
  3. Third step—Upasampadaceremony
  4. Preparations
  5. Organizing exam
  6. The Upasampadãceremony
  7. Offering rite
  8. After higher ordination
  9. Remarks
  10. The uposatha ceremony
  11. Its meaning and purpose
  12. The Uposathaday
  13. Preliminary preparations
  14. Performing the ceremony
  15. Remarks
  16. Duties of monks
  17. The Summer Retreat and Invitation (pavaranã) ceremony
  18. The summer retreat
  19. Meaning of summer retreat
  20. Preparations
  21. Regulations applied for tile summer retreat as seen in centers of Hochiminh City
  22. Its special daily schedule
  23. The formal rite for having lunch
  24. Remarks
  25. The Invitation
  26. The ceremony
  27. Remarks
  28. Daily life of monks
  29. Daily schedules
  30. Schedule ill Mahãyãna monk temples in Hue City
  31. Schedule ill Ch’an monastery in Southern Vietnam
  32. Remarks
  33. Daily life of điệu

III. Daily life of samanera

  1. Daily of bhikkbu
  2. The way of naming as seen in monk temples of Hue City
  3. Giving the dhamma names
  4. Giving die dhamma tides

Nomination of Most Venerables and Venerables regulated by the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha

  1. Summary

Chapter Two: Nuns—Life and Activities

  1. An overview of Vietnamese nuns
  2. About the founder of the Vietnamese nuns
  3. Life course to be a bhikkhunĩ
  4. Dieu—the newcomer—first step
  5. Samaneri(woman novice)—second step

III. Sikkbamãnã—third step

IV Bbikkbuni—last step

  1. The Upasampada(higher ordination) ceremony
  2. Asking the sangha of monks for justification
  3. Daily life of nuns and their activities
  4. Daily schedules
  5. Schedule in Mahãyãna nun temples in Hue City
  6. Schedule in Ch’an nunneries
  7. Remarks
  8. Special schedules applied for the summer retreat
  9. Special schedule of a nun temple in Hue City
  10. Special schedule of a Ch’an nunnery in Southern Vietnam
  11. Special schedule of a center of summer retreat in Hochiminh City

III. Daily life of nuns

  1. Summary

Chapter Three: Traditional Buddhist Rituals & Annual Festivals in Vietnam

  1. Two kinds of rites
  2. Rites for monks and nuns
  3. Rites for the laity
  4. Buddhist services for the dead
  5. Buddhist services for the living persons
  6. Buddhist rites for monks and nuns—The Rite of Invocation and Praise)
  7. The Rite of Invocation and Praise
  8. Remarks
  9. Buddhist rites for the laity
  10. Buddhist services for the dead
  11. Buddhist funeral rites
  12. Buddhist after funeral rites
  13. The Great Rite of Food-Offering to the Hungry Ghosts
  14. Buddhist services for the living persons
  15. The praying rite for the sick
  16. The praying rite for the New Year
  17. The praying rite for enshrining the Buddha’s image or statue
  18. Remarks
  19. Some kinds sớand điệp
  20. Classification
  21. The case of sớ
  22. The case of điệp
  23. Some typical kinds
  24. The sớ for cầu an
  25. The sớ for cầu siêu
  26. The điệp (IS) for offering of each week
  27. The funeral điệp
  28. Remarks
  29. Annual Festivals
  30. The Tet Festival
  31. The Buddha Jayanti Day
  32. The Ullambana Festival(Filial Piety Festival)
  33. Other Buddhist festivals throughout Vietnam
  34. Summary

Chapter Four: Theravãda Buddhism in Vietnam

  1. Period of introduction
  2. At die time of King Asoka’s reign
  3. At the beginning of the 20th century A.D.

III. The establishment of the first Theravãfa Buddhist Sangha in Vietnam

  1. Establishment of Tổng Hội Cư Sĩ
  2. Establishment of the Vietnam Theravãda Buddhist Sangha
  3. Social activities and modes of practice of Theravãda monks as seen in Hue City
  4. Modes of practice
  5. Daily schedule
  6. Some remarks of the schedules applied in Vietnam and Burma
  7. Daily life of monks
  8. Daily life of điệu(beginning practitioner)
  9. Daily life of sãmanera
  10. Daily life a hhikkhu
  11. Precept Recital, Summer Retreat and Invitation
  12. Precept Recital (uposatba)
  13. Summer Retreat (vassa)

III. Invitation (pavarana)

  1. Festivals and ceremonies
  2. Festivals
  3. Festival of January 15th
  4. Festival of April 15th
  5. Festival of June 15th
  6. Kathina-offering: festival
  7. Ceremonies
  8. The Tet Holiday
  9. The Filial Piety Festival (Ullamhana Festival)
  10. dhists
  11. About suttas(scriptures or discourses)
  12. About gãthãs(stanzas)
  13. About parittas(protecting spells)
  14. Summary

Chapter Five: The Vietnamese Khất Sĩ Sect

  1. Its origin
  2. An overview of this Sect
  3. Monk Minh Đăng Quang—Its founder

III. Remarks

  1. Some outstanding characteristics
  2. Its teachings—A synthetic harmony between Mahãỵãna and Theravãda teachings
  3. The case of the Chơn Lý
  4. The case of Nghi Thức Tụng Niệm(Ritual for Recital and Chanting)
  5. Remarks
  6. Vietization and poetization of scriptures
  7. Some examples
  8. Some remarks

III. Its robes (civara) and bowl (patta)

  1. One set consisting of three parts of robes (tecivara)
  2. Bowl (patta) The periods of development of this sect
  3. The embryo period (1944-1954)
  4. The period of development (1954-1964)

III. Legalised period (1964-1974)

  1. Period of stable settlement and harmony (1975 up to now)
  2. Remarks
  3. Its monks—daily life and activities
  4. Former schedule
  5. Present schedule in temples of die Khất Sĩ Sect

III. Daily life of chú huệ

  1. Daily life of sãmanera
  2. Daily life of bhikkbu
  3. Remarks
  4. Some similarities
  5. Some differences
  6. Its nuns—daily life and activities
  7. Daily schedule
  8. Period to become a bhikkbunĩ
  9. Beginning practitioner
  10. Samaneri
  11. Sikkbantãnãand bbikkhuni

III. Remarks

  1. Additional regulations of this sect
  2. Summary

Chapter Six: The Gia Đình Phật Tử and Some Other Organizations of Buddhist Layfollowers in Vietnam Buddhism

A. The Gia Đình Phật Tử

  1. Its former organizations
  2. Its first embryo period—the
  3. The second period—the
  4. The third period—the
  5. Remarks
  6. The birth of
  7. Its establishment
  8. Its purpose and rules
  9. About its badge
  10. About its song
  11. About the way of greeting
  12. About the color of clothes
  13. About die organization of a GDPT

III. Its program of Buddhist teachings

  1. Oanh Vũ
  2. Ngành Thiếu
  3. Ngành Thanh
  4. Roles and contributions of the GDPT to the nation as well as to the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha
  5. To sum up
  6. Some other organizations of Buddhist layfollowers
  7. The Đạo Tràng Bát Quan Trai(Eight Commandment Organization)
  8. The Đạo Tràng Pháp Hoa(Lotus Flower Organization)

III. The Hội Từ Thiện(Charitable Association)

  1. The Đạo Tràng Đồng Niệm(Mutual Nembutsu Organization)
  2. Remarks
  3. Summary



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