The variation of traditional beliefs of ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands, Vietnam today
- Le Van Loi
Vietnam is a country of many religions. Traditional beliefs are an essential component of Vietnamese spiritual culture since they are rich and diverse in appearance and strongly connect to people's social lives. Numerous ancient habits, practises, rituals, and beliefs of ethnic minorities in Vietnam, particularly in the Central Highlands, have undergone modifications in recent years. There are numerous expressions of variance in traditional religious life in each ethnic minority community's social existence. Traditional religious practises among ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands are changing to adapt to and be more relevant to modern living. This essay briefly explains ethnic minorities' traditional religious lives in the Central Highlands and the changes in their traditional religious lives due to the contemporary process of socio-economic development, globalisation, and international integration.