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Victorian Observance of the United Nations Day of Vesak 2016

 

Melbourne Town Hall

Saturday 7th May 2016

 

 

Program

 

 

1:30pm

Welcome the Vesak Procession Into Melbourne Town Hall

 

1:40pm

Welcome to Country , VIPs and guests 

 

1:45pm

Melbourne Wesak Siri Organisation Welcoming Dance

 

1:55pm

Sangha and Relic Procession into the hall

 

2:00pm

Meaning of Vesak

Message from the Prime Minister – Vesak 2016

 

2:05pm

Sangha Chanting – Theravada, Mahayana (Chinese/Korean & Vietnamese),

Tibetan Tradition

 

      2:25pm

Guided Meditation

 

2:35pm

    2:50pm

Dhamma Talk

VIP Speeches

 

    3:00pm

Interfaith Presentation

3:10pm

Dedication of Merits

3:15pm

Cambodian Buddhist Association of Victoria Performance.

3:25pm

Votes of Thanks & Gifts Presentation

3:35pm
3:50pm

    4: 00pm

Musical Performance and Finale

Audience invited to view Buddha Relics

Program Ends

 

 

 

 phat dan sanh_2

 

 

Đại Lễ Tam Hợp Liên Hiệp Quốc năm 2016

Tưởng Niệm Ngày Đản Sanh, Thành Đạo và Nhập Niết Bàn

của Đức Bổn Sư Thích Ca Mâu Ni Phật

ti Tòa Thị Sảnh Thành Phố Melbourne

Ngày Thứ Bảy 7 tháng Năm, 2016

 

Chương Trình

 

 

1:30pm

n hoan chào đón đoàn diễn hành Vesak vào đến Tòa Thị Sảnh Melbourne

1:40pm

Chào mừng quý vị Dân tộc Bản địa , Khách Danh dự và Quan Khách

1:45pm

Đoàn vũ Tích Lan biểu diễn bài múa chào mừng quan khách

1:55pm

Cung nghinh Xá Lợi Phật và cung thỉnh chư vị Tăng Ni của Đoàn Diễn Hành tiến vào đại sảnh.

2:00pm

Ý nghĩa của Lễ VESAK (Ven Chi Kwang)

Thông điệp chúc mừng của Thủ Tướng nhân ngày Đại Lễ Vesak 2016 (My Ly Nguyen, Mr Frank Caeter, Ms Cora Thomas)

2:05pm

Chư Tôn Đức Tăng Ni luân phiên tụng niệm theo các hệ phái: Nam Tông (Campuchia, Ven Phuthixay)- Đại Thừa Bắc Tông (tiếng Trung Hoa, Đại Hàn (Ven Chi Kwang) & Việt Nam, HT Huyền Tôn) Đại Thừa Mật Tông Tây Tạng (Lạt Ma Thubten Khedup)

 

       2:25pm

Hướng dẫn Thiền tập ( TT Thích Nguyên Tạng)

2:35pm

       2:50pm

Pháp thoại (ĐĐ Pannasobhana)

 Diễn văn Chúc mừng của Đại điện Khách Danh Dự (Mr Hong Lim, MP)

3:00pm

Liên Tông Tôn giáo phát biểu cảm tưởng (Rev Helend Summers, Mr Ashok Jacob...)

3:10pm

Hồi hướng công đức

3:15pm

Đoàn Ca múa của Hiệp Hội Phật giáo Dân tộc Cam Pu Chia tại Victoria biểu diễn

3:25pm

Lời cảm tạ và trao quà lưu niệm

       3:35pm
       3:50pm

      

     4: 00pm

Trình diễn ca vũ nhạc“ Rời Hoàng cung” phỏng theo sự tích Đức Phật /Bế mạc

Chiêm bái Xá Lợi của Đức Thích Ca Mâu Ni Phật.

Chương trình hoàn mãn

  

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2016 UNVESAK-Poster English

 

 


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