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Buddha Hải Đức, sebuah patung setinggi 30 kaki yang dibangun pada 1964 di Pagoda Long Sơn di Nha Trang

Buddhisme di Vietnam (bahasa Vietnam: 'đạo Phật atau Phật giáo') yang dipraktikkan oleh etnis Vietnam utamanya adalah tradisi Mahayana.[1] Buddhisme pertama kali datang ke Vietnam pada awal abad ke-3 atau ke-2 SM dari Asia Selatan atau dari China pada abad ke-1 atau ke-2 Masehi.[2] Buddhisme Vietnam memiliki hubungan simbiotik dengan unsur-unsur Taoisme, spiritualitas Tionghoa, dan agama tradisional Vietnam.[3]

CatatanSunting

  1. ^ Cuong Tu Nguyen & A.W. Barber. "Vietnamese Buddhism in North America: Tradition and Acculturation". in Charles S. Prebish and Kenneth K. Tanaka (eds). The Faces of Buddhism in America. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998, pg 130.
  2. ^ Cuong Tu Nguyen. Zen in Medieval Vietnam: A Study of the Thiền Uyển Tập Anh. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1997, pg 9.
  3. ^ Cuong Tu Nguyen & A.W. Barber 1998, pg 132.

ReferensiSunting

  • Nguyen, Cuong Tu & A. W. Barber. "Vietnamese Buddhism in North America: Tradition and Acculturation". in Charles S. Prebish and Kenneth K. Tanaka (eds) The Faces of Buddhism in America. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.
  • Nguyen, Cuong Tu. Zen in Medieval Vietnam: A Study of the Thiền Uyển Tập Anh. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1997.
  • Nguyễn Tài Thư (2008), History of Buddhism in Vietnam, Cultural heritage and contemporary change: South East Asia, CRVP, ISBN 1565180984 
  • Soucy, Alexander. "Nationalism, Globalism and the Re-establishment of the Trúc Lâm Thien Sect in Northern Vietnam." Philip Taylor (ed). Modernity and Re-enchantment: Religion in Post-revolutionary Vietnam. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies: Singapore, 2007.

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