You can't take pictures inside the Butter Flower Museum, only the publicity posters outside. Butter flowers are one of the three must-sees in Ta'er Temple. The butter flower is made of butter with various pigments, and carved into various Buddha statues, figures, flowers, birds and animals, and pavilions.
The Butter Flower Pavilion is located in the Ta'er Temple scenic area. It is one of the three treasures of the Ta'er Temple. It is very worth visiting. Since you can't take pictures here, let's put a few pictures of the Ta'er Temple. To make butter flowers, you must be in a very cold genius. The craftsmen who make butter flowers need to soak their hands in ice water to control the temperature of the hands. It is worth admiring the spirit of these craftsmen. The Ghee Flower Pavilion preserves the works of the annual competition, all air-conditioned and kept at constant temperature.
Ghee flower is a special technique of using ghee (butter) to shape an image. It is one of the "Three Wonders of Ta'er Temple" (ghee flower, mural, pile embroidery). As early as 2006, the Taer Temple butter flower was approved by the State Council to be included in the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage lists. Now a special butter flower museum has been built in the Ta’er Temple. The museum displays various colors and beautifully designed butter flower products, and has related introductions to the history and culture of this art. Visiting the butter flower museum is useful for understanding this ancient intangible Cultural heritage helps a lot.
This oyster flower is really magical, do not know how much energy to do it, and every year to do it again, only can see the temple of tar, really three students are lucky.
The treasure of the temple in the town of Tar Temple, the craftsmanship is complex and exquisite
Ghee Flower Exhibition Hall, this is the most amazing exhibition hall for me. Meiduo Chebakang, called "Ghee Flower Exhibition Hall" in Chinese, translates as the Hall of Enshrined Butter Flowers. It is an antique building combining Tibetan and Chinese. There is a large air-conditioning in the museum. The exhibition is dedicated to the three outstanding butter flowers of Taer Monastery. , Murals, pile embroidery. The most fascinating thing is the statues in the glass cabinets, which happened to be explained by an instructor. It turns out that these statues are the butter flowers of the Three Wonders of Ta'er Temple. Ghee flower has been included in the national intangible cultural heritage list. Ghee flowers are updated every year, so you can see different boutiques at different times. You can't take pictures indoors, you can only imprint this beautiful butter flower in your heart.