Miếu Làng Đán
Miếu Làng Đán
Miếu Làng Đán

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Price: Free

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Time to visit a place: 30 phút

Open Time: 7:00 AM - Close Time: 4:00 PM

Email: ubndhuyenquanba@gmail.com

Address: Xã Quyết Tiến, Huyện Quản Bạ, Tỉnh Hà Giang

Lang Dan Shrine is located at Dong Tinh village, Quyet Tien commune, Quan Ba district, on a wide karst field with scattered residual karst towers, typical for an “old karst landscape”, which is quite rare in the Dong Van UNESCO Global Geopark. The Shrine worships the five Bodhisattvas who are accredited for doing good things to the local people. Folk legend says that in the early time when forest was still dense, wild animals were still numerous, there was a group of Tay, Nung people who found this clear, flat and fertile area and settled down to make their living. Thanks to the favourable natural conditions and hard works, they yielded good harvests and enjoyed their life. One day there came bandits causing lots of killing and robing to the local people. Fortunately, on the occasion of the Grave-visiting festival, the Triloka (or Trailokya - the three worlds - a Buddhism’s worldview) opened, the five Bodhisattvas went out sightseeing. They saw the grievances and helped the villagers to fight against the bandits. Later, they also showed them how to grow corn, rice, vegetables and gave them white radish. To express their gratitude, the villagers set up the shrine for worshipping ... View more

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Lang Dan Shrine is located at Dong Tinh village, Quyet Tien commune, Quan Ba district, on a wide karst field with scattered residual karst towers, typical for an “old karst landscape”, which is quite rare in the Dong Van UNESCO Global Geopark. The Shrine worships the five Bodhisattvas who are accredited for doing good things to the local people. Folk legend says that in the early time when forest was still dense, wild animals were still numerous, there was a group of Tay, Nung people who found this clear, flat and fertile area and settled down to make their living. Thanks to the favourable natural conditions and hard works, they yielded good harvests and enjoyed their life. One day there came bandits causing lots of killing and robing to the local people. Fortunately, on the occasion of the Grave-visiting festival, the Triloka (or Trailokya - the three worlds - a Buddhism’s worldview) opened, the five Bodhisattvas went out sightseeing. They saw the grievances and helped the villagers to fight against the bandits. Later, they also showed them how to grow corn, rice, vegetables and gave them white radish. To express their gratitude, the villagers set up the shrine for worshipping the five Bodhisattvas and named it Lang Dan Shrine. Since, on the third day of March annually (Lunar calendar), the villagers organize the Lang Dan Festival, offering local products to memorize the merits of the Bodhisattvas and pray for the good weather, good harvest and prosperity

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