Thich Quang Duc of Vietnam, who was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize several times, died at the age of 93. He was a disgruntled Buddhist monk.
Vietnam’s Buddhist monk Thich Quang Duk died several times for the Nobel Peace Prize at the age of 93. He was a disgruntled monk. He spent much of his life advocating for religious freedom and human rights run by the community. Thich Quang Duc
Thich Quang Duc was born in the Thai province of Vietnam in 1928. He was the head of the Banned Buddhist Monastery of Vietnam (UBCV). Thich Quang, who called for human rights and religious freedom, was vocal against the Vietnam government. Due to his fanaticism, he was arrested in 2003. He was placed under house arrest. Since then he was under constant police supervision. Explain that UBVC was banned from the early 1980s, when it refused to join the state-sanctioned Vietnam Buddhist Church.
The Banned Buddhist Church of Vietnam (UBCV) gave official notice of his demise on Saturday night. According to his signature on April 2019, Thik Quang wanted ‘my ashes to be scattered in the sea after the last cremation. No donations are taken for my last trip. I will have no autobiography, no emotional show … just praying. ‘
He always advocated a democracy system. He was nominated several times for the Nobel Peace Prize for his struggle for the establishment of democracy in Vietnam. He continued to fight for religious freedom. He continued to demand the independence of Buddhist monasteries. He continued to raise his voice against the government over human rights. For this reason, the Vietnam government put him under house arrest. The following year received Norway’s Ruffoto Human Rights Award for his personal courage and perseverance for three decades of peaceful protest against communist rule in Vietnam.