Cultural and historical relic of Sat Temple

Sat Temple is located along the Sao Khe River, in the territory of Ninh Tien Commune near Tam Coc Ninh Binh. Located in the buffer zone of Trang An World Cultural and Natural Heritage Complex, Sat Temple has a peaceful landscape imbued with the culture of a North Vietnamese village. The temple faces the south, but the entrance gate is arranged to face the north, right next to the big road along the Sao Khe river. Sat Temple was built in the style of Dinh, consisting of two buildings: the front hall and the harem.

Sat Temple near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is a place to commemorate and worship Saint Quy Minh Dai Vuong, a general of the 18th Hung Kings (Hung Due Vuong). At Sat temple, it is said that this is the place where Quy Minh Dai Vuong established a base to fight the enemy in the past. To remember his merits for fighting off foreign invaders and protecting the people’s prosperity, the villagers built temples to worship him. The temple is also a place to worship Quan Van and Quan martial like many other temples and shrines. In the Temple, there are also many documents and artifacts of precious cultural and historical value, such as: 9 ordinations of the Later Le and Nguyen dynasties, from the Canh Hung period, and ancient worship items such as incense bowls, dragon thrones. …

During the resistance wars against the French and the Americans, Sat Temple near Tam Coc Ninh Binh was a place of combat duty and a military guard post, a place to meet and discuss plans to fight the enemy of guerrillas and local soldiers. Currently, every year at the relic, cultural activities with old traditions still take place, such as: Village Festival: Every three years (in the years of the Rat, Horse, Mao, and Rooster), the village festival is held on the full moon day. February; Villagers sacrificed at communal house, solemnly carried the holy palanquin down to Sat temple (worshiping Quy Minh Dai Vuong).

Holy Commemoration: October 22 every year. On the holy death anniversary, there is a male sacrifice team including 3 main sacrifices, 4 auxiliary priests starting the sacrifice from 8 am to 10 am. After that, people in the village came to burn incense to show their gratitude and gratitude to Saint Quy Minh Dai Vuong. On the full moon day, the first day of every month, people in the region come to burn incense to pray for peace and luck. Sat Temple near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is a place of spiritual and cultural activities, beliefs of the people and also a place of great spiritual educational value for future generations about the moral tradition of “drinking water, remembering the source” of the nation. The relic was ranked by the People’s Committee of Ninh Binh province as a provincial historical and cultural relic in 2016.

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