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Buddhism (Vajrayana): religious celerations and observances

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Têt (Vietnamese New Year)*Sunday January 26, 2014Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
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Chinese New Year’s EveMonday January 27, 2014Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
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Chinese New Year*Monday January 27, 2014Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
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Têt (Vietnamese New Year)*Monday January 27, 2014Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
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Chinese New Year*Tuesday January 28, 2014Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
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optional holiday*Tuesday January 28, 2014Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
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Têt (Vietnamese New Year)*Tuesday January 28, 2014Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
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Chinese New YearWednesday January 29, 2014Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
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Chinese New Year*Thursday January 30, 2014Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
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optional holiday*Thursday January 30, 2014Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
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Chinese New YearFriday January 31, 2014Buddhism (Vajrayana) 
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Têt (Vietnamese New Year) -
Thursday January 26, 2017

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : The most important celebration in Vietnamese culture. The word is a shortened form of Tết Nguyên Đán, which is Sino-Vietnamese for Feast of the First Morning of the First Day . Tết celebrates the arrival of spring based on the Vietnamese variation of the Chinese lunisolar calendar, [Wikipedia]


Chinese New Year’s Eve -
Friday January 27, 2017

Buddhism (Vajrayana) :


Chinese New Year -
Friday January 27, 2017

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : The Chinese calendar combines lunar and solar movements. The lunar cycle is about 29.5 days. To match the solar calendar, an extra month is added once every few years (seven years out of a 19-year cycle).


Têt (Vietnamese New Year) -
Friday January 27, 2017

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : The most important celebration in Vietnamese culture. The word is a shortened form of Tết Nguyên Đán, which is Sino-Vietnamese for Feast of the First Morning of the First Day . Tết celebrates the arrival of spring based on the Vietnamese variation of the Chinese lunisolar calendar, [Wikipedia]


Chinese New Year -
Saturday January 28, 2017

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : At New Year during the night, the Jade Emperor conveyed all animals. Only 12 showed up. To thank them, Buddha dedicated one symbolic year per visitor. Each new born would inherit the relevant animal's characteristics.


Optional holiday -
Saturday January 28, 2017

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : Chinese New Year


Têt (Vietnamese New Year) -
Saturday January 28, 2017

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : The most important celebration in Vietnamese culture. The word is a shortened form of Tết Nguyên Đán, which is Sino-Vietnamese for Feast of the First Morning of the First Day . Tết celebrates the arrival of spring based on the Vietnamese variation of the Chinese lunisolar calendar,


Chinese New Year -
Sunday January 29, 2017

Buddhism (Vajrayana) :


Chinese New Year -
Monday January 30, 2017

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : The Chinese calendar combines lunar and solar movements. The lunar cycle is about 29.5 days. To match the solar calendar, an extra month is added once every few years (seven years out of a 19-year cycle).


Optional holiday -
Monday January 30, 2017

Buddhism (Vajrayana) : Bhawasma Budhbar - Chinese New Year


Chinese New Year -
Tuesday January 31, 2017

Buddhism (Vajrayana) :