The Puhua Temple is next to Bingzhongluo. The Puhua Temple is a Tibetan Buddhism. It is quiet and clean and has a rich Tibetan culture. You must visit it when you come to Bingzhongluo. It is very convenient to drive up directly.
Tibetan Buddhism: Puhua Temple, the old temple, and the new temple that has not yet been opened (concrete building, there is no smell of the old temple). When people are so close to the sky and the snow-capped mountains, there is indeed a feeling of cohabitation between humans and gods.
Puhua Temple is located in Kantong Village, Bingzhongluo Township, Gongshan County, Nujiang Prefecture, at the foot of the mountain on the east side of Qingshui River. It covers an area of 15,800 square meters. There are more than 100 halls in the temple.
In fact, there are not many places to play in Bingzhongluo. Under the guidance of the locals, we also went to Puhua Temple this time. There is this little monkey on the left side of Puhua Temple. If you go, you’d better give something to eat. The monkey is hungry and thirsty and is tied to a tree. It looks pitiful.
Then we went to Puhua Temple, the only Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Nujiang Prefecture, and happened to ran into the painter who was drawing six reincarnations for the newly built hall, and we invited him to revisit it for us while painting in Mandarin with Sichuan accent. The meaning of the six reincarnation diagrams, in the end, the painter summed up all the content, based on his own understanding, into a simple sentence, "Do good deeds and don't harm people's hearts".