“The article below has been translated from Vietnamese using online translations. It reveals a common phenomenon that has very often obscured the Vedic/Hindu history of not only Vietnam but of the entire world. Here the writer points out that the many Hindu Temples were often called Buddhist 4 hand Temples. He also reveals that an ancient Vishnu Murti that was nearly 2000 years old was being worshiped in a 100 year old Buddhist Temple and widely mis-identified for decades as a 4-handed Buddha. Comment by Maharaja Below. “VBP
People here used to be called Vietnamese temples Buddhist temples four hands!
The reason for its name is because the power behind the temple is a statue of a church Gods in a sitting position, with four arms holding four mascot, rear leaf Sanskrit inscription carved topic. The people known as the Buddha four hands.
The Elders said the old locals to cut down trees, the discovery of this statue and procession to the temple to worship.(Means temple and then randomly found objects that relay on). Actually, this … not Buddha! Based on the shape of objects and inscriptions in Sanskrit behind objects, the researchers determined that: This is the idol of the Hindu Vishnu. This document proving that object is created by Prince Vijaya Klaun Nauk Champa is thanks to the spoils which he captured from the Chenla. The statue carved stele in honor of the gods Protection – Vishnu and asserted its sovereignty over new territories captured. Having two interesting things learned from this incident:
• Chronology of the object is determined to be in the early years of the Christian era (2000 years ago). Statue of Vishnu is an important archaeological site to learn the history of Bien Hoa 20 centuries ago !
• As rustic, chon people, that is called a Buddha statue, and was known as the Buddha brought to the temple to worship – but no matter what that object is, of religion! Read the rest of this entry