Mau Thuong Ngan worshipping festival 2020 held in Yen Bai’s Dong Cuong temple
- Wednesday, October 28, 2020
YBO - A festival featuring Mau Thuong Ngan (Mother Goddess of Forest) worshipping practices, which took place in Dong Cuong temple, Van Yen district of Yen Bai from October 19-28, attracted over 100 artists and practitioners nationwide.
Practitioner Dang Ngoc Anh, Vice President of the Cultural Heritage Association of Vietnam, plays the role of the Mau Thuong Ngan (Mother Goddess of Forest) during a performance.
Lying on the banks of the Red River, Dong Cuong Temple is located in Ben Den hamlet of Dong Cuong commune, Van Yen district. It is known as a sacred temple and the main place of worship of “Mau Thuong Ngan” (Mother Goddess of the Forest) in the Vietnamese people’s worship of the Mother Goddesses of Three Realms.
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