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Vietnam Da Nang Ba Na hills2

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Sun World Ba Na Hills is the most significant resort and recreational complex of Vietnam. The Zen zone is on the top of hill. Though Vietnam is officially an atheist state thanks to its communist rulers, the country has been deeply influenced by Confucius and Buddhist thought, and many people take ancestor worship seriously

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Vietnam Da Nang Ba Na hills2

  1. 1. On the top of the hill, the spiritual tourist area of Ba Na Hills Ba Na Hill Station or Ba Na Hills is a hill station and resort located in the Truong Son Mountains west of the city of Da Nang. The station, was founded in 1919 by French colonists
  2. 2. Tru Vu Tra Quan Rain Sheltering Teahouse
  3. 3. Tru Vu Tra Quan Rain Sheltering Teahouse The teahouse is modeled after the traditional mansion of a typical Northern village, furnished with Zen interior décor and low square tables and stools.
  4. 4. Tru Vu Tra Quan Rain Sheltering Teahouse
  5. 5. Tru Vu Tra Quan Rain Sheltering Teahouse
  6. 6. Tru Vu Tra Quan Rain Sheltering Teahouse Enkianthus quinqueflorus (Chinese New Year Flower)
  7. 7. Stairs to The Holy Mother shrine, Ba Na Zen area
  8. 8. The year 2564 (in Buddhist tradition) is 2020. As Vietnam's official calendar has been the Gregorian calendar since 1954, the Vietnamese calendar is used mainly to observe lunisolar holidays and commemorations
  9. 9. Stairs to The Holy Mother shrine, Ba Na Zen area To Vietnamese people, the dragon brings rain, essential for agriculture. It represents the emperor, the prosperity and power of the nation
  10. 10. The spiritual tourist area of Ba Na Hills
  11. 11. Linh Tu Pagoda of the Holy Mountain Mother Nested in the convergence of the heaven and the earth, yin and yang, Linh Tu Pagoda is dedicated in homage of the Holy Mountain Mother who grants patronage to Ba Na
  12. 12. Linh Tu Pagoda of the Holy Mountain Mother the highest point of Danang (1,487m)
  13. 13. Linh Tu Pagoda of the Holy Mountain Mother Enkianthus quinqueflorus (Chinese New Year Flower)
  14. 14. Chinese Fat Buddha is known as the Buddha of Happiness, and the Buddha of Wealth. Thus, rubbing the belly of Chinese Laughing Buddha is believed to bring good luck, wealth and prosperity. The Laughing Buddha entered also the Buddhist pantheons in Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, and Japan. Budai in Vietnam is known as Bo Dai Enkianthus quinqueflorus (Chinese New Year Flower)
  15. 15. Linh Tu Pagoda of the Holy Mountain Mother
  16. 16. Linh Tu Pagoda of the Holy Mountain Mother
  17. 17. Holy Mother Shrine
  18. 18. Hence, the locals made sacrifices to deities and “Holy Mother” to pray for peace and stability in life. Even French governors paid due respect to local legends of the Holy Mother. They set up a shrine dedicated to her in 1931
  19. 19. Linh Tu Pagoda of the Holy Mountain Mother
  20. 20. Stele Hall hosts a stone stele with 1.8 meter high, on it they carved romantic poems about natural beauty of Ba Na and Da Nang city
  21. 21. Belfry, Buddhist architecture, hosts the bell
  22. 22. Sophisticatedly and elaborately cast bronze bell weighing 4 tons. The inscription on the bell: “Echoes of the bell pervade the air and dissolve into nothingness of the wild, soothing our mortal hearts as if we are allowed to enter the divine and eternal nirvana”
  23. 23. Linh Phong Bao Stupa marble relief dividing the entrance. Beautifully carved with the four sacred animals of Vietnam, the dragon, the tiger, the tortoise and the phoenix
  24. 24. Stele Hall & Linh Phong Stupa
  25. 25. Linh Phong Stupa nine stories that host white marble figurines of Sakyamuni Buddha directing his face to four directions of the mortal world
  26. 26. Linh Phong Stupa surrounded by the imposing Four Great Heavenly Kings in guard Virudhaka (He Who Causes To Grow) South Virupaksa(HeWhoSeesAll)West
  27. 27. LinhPhongStupa Vaisravana(HeWhoHearsEverything)North Dhrtarastra(HeWhoUpholdstheRealm)East
  28. 28. Linh Phong Stupa - Four bronze bells are hung at four corners on each story are symbolic of the sacred echoes of a religious landmark
  29. 29. Linh Phong Stupa – Inside the stupa
  30. 30. Linh Phong Thien Tu & Linh Phong Stupa
  31. 31. Linh Phong Thien Tu Ba Na Hill
  32. 32. Linh Phong Zen Monastery (alternatively known as the Northern Pagoda)
  33. 33. LinhPhongZenMonastery(LinhPhongThienTu)
  34. 34. Linh Phong Zen Monastery is a quintessential reenactment of the Northern Buddhist architecture and totally constructed out of Erythrophleum fordii timber (commonly called as ‘iron wood’)
  35. 35. Linh Phong Zen Monastery
  36. 36. Linh Phong Zen Monastery (Linh Phong Thin Tu Pagoda)
  37. 37. 2021 Sound Cho Va Long Em - Tam Doan Text and pictures: Internet All copyrights belong to their respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda http://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda
  38. 38. Over 20 km away from Danang downtown, Sun World Ba Na Hills is the most significant resort and recreational complex of Vietnam. At the height of 1,487 m from the sea level, Sun World Ba Na Hills is coined the “heaven on earth” owing to its spectacular climate and otherworldly natural landscape. The spiritual tourist area of Ba Na Hills has officially been put into operation to add a more attractive tourist attraction for tourists in the spring travelling journey at Giap Ngo Tet 2014.

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