Vairocana is located on the mountainside of Vairocana Mountain in Malkang City, Ayan 30, Sichuan Province, on the north bank of Somabuk Valley, with an altitude of more than 3,000 meters. Vairuza, a Tibetan writer and translator of the Tang Dynasty, practiced here and left many sacred sites. The entrance of the Shengxiang Cave is 20 meters in height and 30 meters in depth. The temple is built in the cave. The cave is surrounded by visions, and there are many holy sites. After arriving at the existing bicycle lane, walk down the steel ladder to arrive.
The test of mind and body, walk for 5 hours
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The first stop on the trip to western Sichuan is from the city of Malcon, Aba, to the bottom of the Pilujana Cave for about twenty minutes, and the place full of colourful chanting (Figure 9) stops, and you need to hike yourself (it is said that you could drive yourself up before, Later, the road was closed) We did not have more than two hours to the end of the hike (there was a stop on the road) There are several intersections on the top. If you are afraid of going wrong, you can ask the locals ～～ When you arrive at the Holy Grotto, you are really shocked. The photos can't express its spectacular ～ The monks in the Holy Grotto are very enthusiastic and friendly. Ok, tell this cave is natural and has been formed for over 1200 years and welcome us to walk up and visit. At the very end there are young lamas pouring holy water for us to drink (thank you) Friends interested in Tibetan Buddhism are well worth a visit and there are no tourists. Basically all Tibetans passing through the local mountain road ～～# Mid-Autumn Festival travel card # play outdoors # 927 love food forest # travelers party # city humanities handbook
On the sacred mountain of Vairocana, there is a cave where Vairocana, an outstanding Tibetan meditation master, writer, and translator, once practiced here. After going up the mountain, I could faintly see the cave, but I didn’t see the road. After turning a corner, I saw an unusually steep staircase that went up and down. Feifei said with certainty that, to enter the holy cave, just I have to walk this steep staircase and my legs start to soften after listening to it. I want to be able to practice in this holy cave. It’s not ordinary people.