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Jide Temple

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Banma Top 3 in Can't Miss Attractions
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Jideqi Village, Banqian Township, Southeast of Banma County, Goluo Prefecture

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Ji De Temple is located in Banqian Village, Dengta Township, Banma County, Guoluo Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, with an altitude of about 3383 and 56 kilometers away from the county seat. It is the farming monastery of the Kanggan tribe of Goluoash Qiang Ben. The 7th Red Riding Hood Karmapa Yixi Ningpo was born here-Awo Village. When the 7th Red Riding Hood Karmapa Choying Dorje was recognized by the 10th Black Hat Karmapa and went to Tibet, the 7th Red Riding Hood The parents of the Karmapa Yixi Ningpo founded the Ji De Temple in 1650 AD, belonging to the Kagyu Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. There are famous sacred objects such as white conch in the temple. The mother temple was the Chupu Temple in Naga Township, Duilung Deqing County, Tibet. Later, due to the long distance, it was changed to the son of Babang Temple in Dege County, Sichuan during the period of Sidu Quji Jiangnai. It is one of the earliest temples in Guoluo Prefecture. It is also the only Kagyu Tibetan Buddhist monastery in the prefecture.