Zengke Temple, Rangtang County, Aba Prefecture, one of the Gelugpa monasteries of Tibetan Buddhism, the scenery is beautiful Bangshan and the water are otherworldly and it is worth a visit. On the way to Seda Buddhist College, I came here and found it was worth a visit.
Zengke Temple is on the 317 line, separated naturally by the highway. You can see the colorful stupa from far away, which is very mysterious in the clouds and mist. Along the road, many Tibetans who carved the Mani stone, dinged and knocked one after another.
A kind Tibetan led us to turn the prayer wheels along both sides of the road, only to realize that there are so many large and small prayer wheels and Mani stones hidden on both sides of the road. Some are old, and their history is even more vivid under the dim light. The supporting axle wheel sounds like a whispering girl.
On the road ~ Zengke Temple, this temple in Rangtang County, Aba Prefecture, ranked only 20th, is indeed amazing with the colorful and colorful stone carvings! The whole temple is like a huge transit road, and the transit rooms connected to each other seem to be endless. What is even more amazing is the stone carvings of the temple. The colorful Mani stones were born from a common stone in the hands of skilled craftsmen. They are neatly and patchy piled all over the temple... In addition to admiration or admiration