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Jubilantly organized 3 special events Vu Lan Festival, Cherry Blossom Spring Festival and Inauguration of Quan The Am open-air yard at Quang Minh 's Temple on August 14, 2022.
Vu Lan Festival, Cherry Blossom Spring Festival and Inauguration of Quan The Am open-air courtyard at Quang Minh Pagoda on August 14, 2022.
All Buddhists and Guests compatriots are invited at 10:00 am on August 14, 2022 to Quang Minh Pagoda to attend Vu Lan ceremony, Cherry Blossom Spring Festival, and at the same time inaugurate the open-air courtyard in front of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara.
 The monks and nuns led by the Abbot went to Dai Hung Buu Dien's Hall , performed the ceremony, then returned to Quan The Am to celebrate the Inauguration ceremony and open the Cherry Blossom Festival.
    about the meaning of the 3 big events that day, then the monks and nuns went around the temple to visit the cherry blossom trees in full bloom to celebrate the day Vu Lan won the festival.
Dear guests and fellow Buddhists,
Deriving from the story of Venerable Muc Kien Lien with great filial piety who saved his mother from the life of a hungry ghost, Vu Lan is an annual holiday to commemorate the merits of parents (and ancestors in general) - parents. of this life and of previous lives.
 
Following the Buddha's word, Muc Lien's mother was liberated, since then, Vu Lan's  festival was born.
 
Quang Minh Pagoda organizes the Vu Lan Festival to coincide with the Spring Festival depending on when the Cherry Blossoms bloom, it is rare for these two festivals to coincide every year.
The temple's cherry blossom garden, with nearly 400 peach trees, is in full bloom, creating a joyful and joyful temple scene to welcome the Vu Lan  season.
 This year, flowers bloomed to welcome the Buddha's messengers after a successful summer retreat (Aussie weather).
 
 The lucky Melbourne compatriots who come to the temple will save thousands of dollars instead of visiting Japan. Cherry blossoms will enjoy the next many blooms with pink, white, snow, and blood peaches.
 
Sincerely yours,
 
Namo Amitabha Buddha.
 
Dr. Pham Phuc Nhan