The Huangjiao Temple, which is worth a visit, was originally located in the county seat and later moved to the hillside. It took 38 years to complete its construction. The 36-meter-high statue of Master Tsongkhapa is enshrined in the branch hall; there is a magical stone on the living Buddha stupa on the second floor of the main hall, and there are a large number of exquisite sculptures and murals in the hall. The story behind one of the paintings is not spoiled. Everyone has the opportunity to experience it in person.
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Tickets are free, the temple is magnificent and exquisitely carved. The second floor is dedicated to the Chijiang Living Buddha stupa. The temple is one of the three best in Xiangcheng. Every brick and tile is built by the people of Xiangcheng. The government did not spend a cent. This kind of devotion to Buddhism is very moving and a place worth visiting.
Kadan Sangphirobling, commonly known as Sangpiling Temple, "Kadan" means the inheritance of the name of the Tibetan Kadan Monastery, which was first built by Tsongkhapa, the ancestor of the Gelug Sect. It also proves the historical origin of the Sangpi Temple and the Kadan Monastery in Lhasa . "Sangpi" means "successful, prosperous and prosperous", "Robu" means treasure and divine object, and "ridge" means temple, meaning "a prosperous and prosperous temple".
Living Buddha relics, exquisite strokes, worth a visit!
In front of the ancient temple, I am the monk who rang Muyu because of smoke and dust~
In the temple, there are rich and quaint murals and magnificent Buddha statues. The light is dim, the candlelight is swaying, and the butter fragrant. Probably because the temple is very close to the people, there are many pilgrims and incense flourishing. Many Tibetans are in the temple. They are calm and pious. Their daily worship is as common as eating and sleeping. Although religion inevitably has the color of feudal superstition, it is after all guiding people to pursue purity, kindness, and sacredness, which is better than inner emptiness and boredom.