A Study of the Five Precepts Regulation for the young at Bat Mau temple, Hanoi, Vietnam

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Bhikkhuni Cao Thi Bich Diep

Abstract

The article aims is to study the fi ve Precepts regulation for the young at Bat Mau
temple, Hanoi, Vietnam. The objectives of the study are classifi ed into three categories as
the following: 1). To study the state of the problems of Five precepts practically at Bat Mau
temple, 2). To study an essential and training process of Five precepts for the young, and
3). To propose the fi ve precepts regulation for the young at Bat Mau temple, Hanoi in
Vietnam. As a result, the researcher found that young still have a lack of knowledge of
cultivation Five precepts and Basic Buddhism. After all, fi ve precepts are very potential for
the young to practice practically in their daily life. The Five Precepts are hugely helpful
for young to enhance or uplift to reveal and develop their moral life.

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Diep, B. C. T. B. (2019). A Study of the Five Precepts Regulation for the young at Bat Mau temple, Hanoi, Vietnam. The Journal of International Association of Buddhist Universities (JIABU), 12(1), 187-197. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/Jiabu/article/view/205753
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