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Top 6 Bài tóm tắt truyền thuyết Thánh Gióng (Ngữ Văn 6) hay nhất (update)

The legend of “Thanh Giong” tells about a heroic son who had the merit to kill foreign invaders of our nation. The story is compelling with paranoid and bogus thrilling details, but it attracts readers and listeners very strongly. The story explains great wishes, hidden desires that ordinary people cannot reach. Please refer to some articles summarizing the legend “Thanh Giong” that KTHN has synthesized in the article below. The legend of the hero Thanh Giong with its paranoid and thrilling elements has left the readers many good impressions about our nation’s tradition of patriotism against foreign invaders from the past up to now. Top 3 The criteria that KTHN.vn is always aiming to bring the most useful information to the community

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When the enemy was defeated, Giong climbed to the top of the mountain with a horse and flew straight up to the sky. People set up temples, and annually hold village festivals to commemorate. Ponds, lakes, and golden and ivory bamboo bushes are all traces of Giong’s battle in the past.

In the reign of King Hung Vuong Friday. In Giong village, there are two old man and his wife, although they work hard, they have a reputation for being merit, but they always have no children. One day the wife went out into the field with her feet in a big leg, about to conceive, and twelve months later gave birth to a handsome son. The strange thing is that even though he was three years old, he could neither walk nor smile.

Gia An appeared outside the realm, the boy suddenly asked to fight the enemy. He grew up. The amount of rice we eat is not full, our clothes are already tight, people have to contribute rice to feed him. When the enemy arrived, the boy stretched his shoulders as a knight, wearing iron armor, riding an iron horse, and holding an iron whip to storm the enemy. The iron rod broke, Giong pulled up the bamboo bushes on the side of the road to defeat the enemy.

When the enemy was defeated, Giong climbed to the top of the mountain with a horse and flew straight to the sky. People set up temples, and annually hold village festivals to commemorate. The lakes, the bamboo bushes on the golden tusks are all traces of Giong’s battle in the past.

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Reference number 2

During the sixth Hung Vuong period, in Giong village, there were a couple of old men who worked hard and were famous for their merit but had no children. One day, the wife was working in the fields and saw a big leg mark, and then she put her foot in. At home, she became pregnant and after twelve months gave birth to a handsome handsome boy. The strange thing is that at the age of three, the boy still could not walk, could speak, could smile.

When the An enemy encroached upon the realm, King Hung sent people to seek talent to save the country. The boy spoke first and also asked to fight the enemy. The boy asked the messenger about the king to buy him an iron horse, iron whip and iron armor. Since then he grew up like a blow. After eating all seven pots of rice and three pots of coffee gathered by neighbors, the boy stretched his shoulders into a hero, dressed in iron armor, riding an iron horse, and holding an iron whip to destroy the enemy. During the fight against the enemy, the iron whip was broken, and the master pulled up bamboo bushes along the road as a weapon to fight the enemy.

After defeating An enemy, he went to the top of the mountain by himself and flew up into the sky. To commemorate the merit of the hero, people set up temples, and annually organize village festivals to commemorate. Remnants of the old battle still remain on the ground, on bamboo bushes where the boy destroyed the enemy.

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Reference number 3

The story tells that in the sixth Hung Vuong life, in Giong village, there were two old man and his wife. Although they worked hard, they had a reputation for being a virtue, but they always had no children. One day, the wife went out into the field with her foot in a strange leg, and at home she conceived: Twelve months later she gave birth to a handsome handsome son. But how strange! Until three years later, the boy still could not speak, could smile, just lay there.

At that time, the An enemy flooded the shore of our country. The enemy is very strong! King Hung then sent people around the country to proclaim for his kindness to kill the enemy. Hearing the announcement, the boy suddenly asked to fight the enemy. Since then, the boy grew up so fast, he could not eat much.

The gladiator Giong wore iron armor, rode an iron horse and then took the iron whip to storm the enemy. The iron whip broke, Giong pulled up the bamboo bushes on the side of the road to wipe out the enemy.

After the invasion, Giong was alone with a horse to the top of Soc Son mountain and then flew straight to the sky. There people set up temples, and annually held village festivals to commemorate. Nowadays, lakes and yellow and yellow bamboo bushes are ancient marks of the battle and the place where Mr. Giong went.

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Reference number 4

In the reign of King Hung Vuong Friday. In Giong village, there are two old man and his wife, although they work hard, they have a reputation for being merit, but they always have no children. One day the wife went out into the field with her feet in a big leg, about to conceive, and twelve months later gave birth to a handsome son. The strange thing is that even though he was three years old, he could neither walk nor smile.

Gia An appeared outside the realm, the boy suddenly asked to fight the enemy. He grew up. The amount of rice we eat is not full, our clothes are already tight, people have to contribute rice to feed him. When the enemy arrived, the boy stretched his shoulders as a knight, wearing iron armor, riding an iron horse, and holding an iron whip to storm the enemy. The iron rod broke, Giong pulled up the bamboo bushes on the side of the road to defeat the enemy.

When the enemy was defeated, Giong climbed to the top of the mountain with a horse and flew straight to the sky. People set up temples, and annually hold village festivals to commemorate. The lakes, the bamboo bushes on the golden tusks are all traces of Giong’s battle in the past.

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Reference number 5

The story tells that once upon a time, there was a huge footprint printed on a rock in Giong Mot village, Phu Dong commune, folk legend said that there was Dong’s footprints picking coffee in the rainy night. Mr. Dong was unusually tall: he wore the sky at the beginning, his feet kicked the ground, his shoulders touched clouds, he lifted rocks into hills and mountains, cut sand into rivers, raked the soil into straight rice fields. . His voice resounded like thunder, his footsteps went underground, his eyes flashed like lightning, his breath spewed out of clouds, rain, storms. The vestiges left by Mr. Dong are still today, such as Binh Tan mound, Kham mountain, Soc Son mountain, Giong Mot village. Every year, on the 9th day of the fourth month of the lunar calendar, Mr. Dong returns to pick coffee, causing rain and lightning.

In Giong Mot village, there is an old woman who is already old but still has no children. She lives alone in a tattered thatched hut. Every day, she goes to the garden to take care of her beds or goes to the fields to find crabs and snails and then sell them to the market to get money to buy rice and support herself. On a stormy night, rain poured heavily Mr. Dong back to pick coffee and left giant footprints in the garden. The next morning, when the old woman went to the garden to take care of her bed, she found the very strange, big and big footprints, she was very surprised, immediately put her legs up to try and soon after that she became pregnant.

She left to Trai Mon forest, after nine months and ten days, she gave birth to Mr. Dong right under a big tree, on a mound emerging in the middle of a lagoon, she named her son Giong. Right after that day, the sky suddenly turned into a lot of shrimps, crabs and fish so she could eat a lot of milk to feed the baby, turned into a tub for her to bathe her baby, turned into a bamboo bed to lull her baby to sleep. For three consecutive years, Mr. Dong kept lying on a bamboo bed, not talking or laughing. When the country was invaded by An enemy’s war, Mr. Dong immediately stepped out of the bamboo bed, stretched his shoulders and turned into a tall and healthy man and asked his mother to fight the An enemy. Because of that, his fathers have a verse that simulates:

Heaven loved Bach Viet Son Ha,

In the place of seminar, talent arises

(The hero of Giong village – Cao Huy Dinh)

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Reference number 6

In the old days, in Giong village, there were a couple from a family from a poor family. They lived together for many years without children. Both of them day and night wished to have a child to carry. And the longing for that long has finally come true. One day, the mother went to the field as usual, she saw a big foot mark in the field, so she put her foot on it to try it. Twelve months later she gave birth to a handsome handsome boy. She named it Giong. But strangely, the child was three years old but could not speak, could not smile, could not walk, and lay there.

When the An enemy encroached on the border of the realm, King Hung sent envoys to pray for the help of the talented people to save the country. The baby heard the messenger’s loudspeaker, suddenly stood up and said the first voice: “Come and invite the messenger in here”. The messenger entered, the child said: “You go back to the king and buy me an iron horse, an iron whip and an iron armor, I will have to defeat these enemies.” The messenger was both delighted and amazed, rushing to report to the king. The king sent people day and night to do the things he asked for. From that day on, the boy grew up as fast as he could eat, but he could not be full. The villagers had to contribute rice and blow rice together with all their heart to help Giong defeat the enemy. When the enemy came, the messenger brought what Giong asked for. Suddenly Giong stretched his shoulders and turned into a hero to fight the enemy. Wherever Giong beat the enemy, he went there, suddenly his iron rod broke. Giong pulled up a bamboo cluster on the side of the road to kill the enemy. The enemy is chaotic and broken. The enemy troops stomped on each other and fled. Urge the horse to chase to the foot of Soc Son mountain. Giong turned to face the village, bowed to his mother three times and flew back to the sky. To commemorate the hero who was able to defeat the invading An enemy. The king appointed Phu Dong Thien Vuong and established a temple in his hometown.

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