Caodaism (Vietnamese: Đạo Cao Đài, Chữ nôm: 道高臺) is a monotheistic religion officially established in the city of Tây Ninh in southern Vietnam in 1926.
What is Cao Dai? Cao Dai (a.k.a. Dao Cao Dai or Caodaism) is a syncretist Vietnamese religious movement with a strongly nationalist political character.
Starting point for the Cao Dai religion. Includes a FAQ and full history.
Cao Dai (Cao Đài) is an Asian new religious movement that emerged in Vietnam in 1926 and was founded by Ngô Văn Chiêu (1878 – 1932). Caodaiists, as followers ...
Religions of the world Caodaism ("Kingdom of Heaven"): A Vietnamese-centered religion. Sponsored link. Overview: Dao Cao Dai (Caodaism in English) is the third ...
Cao Dai, (“High Tower,” a Taoist epithet for the supreme god), syncretist modern Vietnamese religious movement with a strongly nationalist political character.
p. 46 p. 47. IX. CAO DAI (Pronounced "Cow Die") The CAO DAI religion of South Vietnam, which first appeared in 1919, is an important segment of Vietnamese religious life.
Cao Dai army. They had some role in the Vietnam War. --Error 05:31, 11 Apr 2004 (UTC) AFAIK they had to suffer from the general anti-religious mentality after the war ...
Cao Dai (also Caodaism or Caodaiism) is a new religious movement founded in Vietnam. It mixes ideas from other religions. Cao Đài is a syncretistic, monotheistic ...
Followers of Cao Dai, Vietnam’s largest homegrown religion, worship in an elaborate temple under the gaze of visitors.