ОГРЕ СА ТРИ ВРЕЋЕ – „Путник аутостопом“


      In the organization of the historical process, lots of fossilized foot-prints су заостали са временом. Међу њима су, према документарним изворима, и Три-Торба Огре‘s huge foot prints could be seen clearly. He had travelled all half the country’s journey from централни до Југ. However! According to another historical source, he “Путовали”Фром Go Cong до Нијанса.

      The Огре са три вреће had stopped for a while on the land of Saigon seemingly to gather the good seeds compared to pearls that were then put into three bags – symbolizing “три велике корпе од бамбусовог зрна ”- Огре са три вреће  користила је ове семенке за сејање на огромним пољима у Шест провинција of the Southern area.

      Once again, the following article entitled: la Огре са три вреће as bonze superior Trung Dinh (3), the author of which, on his field trip around Хуе Цитадел, had noted: “…The kind and benign Огре са три вреће was loved by people, especially the children, because he used to give them cake, play with them and care for them... He was a devout and good conduct monk. His bushy beard together with his carrying several bags made him look savage and people used his picture to threaten the children…".

       Especially, at An Cuu village, колекционар је дао више информација: „... Светиште Даи Цанг – a supernatural place… where there was a man carrying three bags; he used to beg for food; when night came, he returned to the shrine to sleep. Upon his arrival, children often clung on him and played with him… He also put them into his bags and carried them around. Everyone loved him…”.

      Such historical source of information has been so interesting! However, Mr. Троглава огре имао је још једну невероватнију личност, то значи да је имао „фолклор” life in accordance with an extraordinary motif-worldly and rudimentary!  Nevertheless so familiar to an adventurous lifestyle of the people in the Шест провинција Јужна земља. Mr. HENRY OGER, an oriental researcher had depicted this personage in his lively sketch together with the second layout. The Огре са три вреће appeared like a legendary person that flowed along the close relations with Viet Nam history од југ до Север.

      The Огре са три вреће постао „полу-бог, полу-човек”; ипак „човек"Део је мање или више од"ђаво”Карактер. То значи: Између „Прави мушкарац"И"прави ђаво"И"Свети Дух“Била је дефинисана граница.

       We’re going to provide more information after our research as follows: “Among the Southward people, there were the “the Three-bagged Ogre” family.”  The “Троглава огре, with nine ears, twelve eyes”. Who was this man? Was he a ghost or devil? Or was he a “worldly man with earthly eyes”. He was Mr. PHAM DANG HUNG.

    PHAM ĐANG HUNG (1764-1825) had accompanied his father on the “trip Southward”Фром Куанг нгаи long time ago. He was famous throughout the southern part in the 18th-19th century. On their immigration road, his family dropped by the Saigon-Gia Dinh area као "hitch-hike passenger”. Then they moved to Go Cong and settle there. He was a “well versed in art and arms”, wise and good conduct official – the father of the Queen-mother TU DU, (the wife of king THIEU TRI) – the mother queen. Wherever he went, he always carried with him “several bags”, containing all kinds of seeds so as to distribute to poor people so that they can settle their stable life.

     The three bags were the three “mobile-grain ware-houses”, which stemmed from the idea of building “communal business” at villages and communes in order to subside the poor in case their crops were destroyed; however, the king showed his disapproval. With his tall and big appearance of an arms man, it was thought he looked quite strange like a wooden carving. Mr “Три вреће огрева” was not only well-known in делта Меконга (стр.12), he was also well-known back to the northern plain. His “three bags” was no more meaning as bags containing grains through the picture, but they also meant the bags to catch children.

    This legendary man has become a treasure of folklore literature presented by HENRY OGER’s (4) work – the Oriental French researcher who lived in Hanoi during the years 1908-1909. The picture of this extraordinary man was presented in his woodwork with three demotic scripts: “Ong Ba Bi". Oger’s work was presented in the work entitled “Sketches of Viet-nam in the early 20th century” (5). Especially, this theme had become the Ph.D thesis “Историја културе”(КСНУМКС).

    The work “The Techniques of the An Nam People” include 4.577 wood-carving sketches foot noted with Chinese-Demotic script by HENRY OGER, an Oriental French researcher in the late 19th century. This was known as the Monographic method. All aimed at building a file on the material and spiritual and mental life of the Vietnamese people.

      Mr. Три вреће огрева is truly a phonological imagein the cultural space not only in Вијетнам but also in humanity around the world.

       The monsters and beasts carrying the human class in the global phonological space that Вијетнам has absorbed on пут свиле...


1.  After VUONG HONG SEN – Древни Саигон – Dong Nai Publishing House 2004 – page 60 – 61.
2.  After THAI LOC – The burning of Thien Mu Pagoda (Eposode 1) Tuoi Tre Sunday 7/8/2016 (Страница КСНУМКС).
3.  According to Mr. THAI LOC, “Mr Bugbear is Trung Dinh Monk" (United last), Youth, dated 10-8-2016.
4.  HENRI OGER – Technique du Peuple Annamite (Kỹ thuật của người An Nam) – HENRI OGER – Techniques du peuple Anamite.
5.  NGUYEN MANH HUNG – Sketches of the early 20th century.
6.  NGUYEN MANH HUNG – Viet Nam’s society late 19th century and early 20 century – Ph.D Thesis on History of Culture – presented at the Faculty of History – Hanoi Comprehensive University – Now known as The Social Science University.


(Виситед КСНУМКС пута, КСНУМКС Посета данас)