Sri Dalada Maligawa, or the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, holds one of Sri Lanka's most precious and rare treasures - a human tooth which is said to have belonged to Siddhārtha Gautama. Surrounded on all four sides by a moat and guarded by towers, the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is an integral part of the palace complex. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Kandy. There are also four smaller guardian spirit temples nearby, including the Natha Temple, Kataragama Temple, Vishnu Temple and Pattini Temple.
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Pilgrimage in the Buddha Kingdom! The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple on the banks of the Kandy River is the most important temple in Sri Lanka. It was built in 1595 and has been extensively renovated and expanded. It is magnificent and solemn. The temple is dedicated to the national treasure of the country - Sakyamuni Buddha Relic, a Buddhist A place of pilgrimage.
into the temple to strictly abide by the regulations, take off your shoes and take off your hat, you can't do rude actions such as stepping on, crossing, riding, etc. You can't take pictures of Buddha statues or take selfies with Buddha statues. It is forbidden to wear sleeveless tops and shorts to enter the temple. Couples should not hold hands and cuddle, don't shout loudly; before entering the temple, you can buy the national flower water lily to worship the Buddha.
"The land of the soul that must go to life, the city that is felt by the faith"
Go to Sri Lanka, definitely go to Kandy to visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic.
Buddha Temple is a famous Buddhist temple in Sri Lanka. It is located on the shore of Kandy Lake. It was built in 1595 and is famous for offering the tooth relic of Sri Lankan national treasure Sakyamuni. It is a place of pilgrimage for Buddhists.
In order to commemorate the Buddha's tooth being placed in the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, the grand Buddha tooth festival is held here every July and August. People hold torches, drums, dances, and hundreds of elephants dressed in festive costumes to participate in the grand ceremony. The parade is very lively.
The exterior of the temple is not gorgeous, but the interior is very particular. I stood at the entrance of the magnificent corridor and stood for a long time, shocked by the sight in front of me. The believers walked in the temple, they held the lotus, the sincere and solemn worship, the face was filled with a bright smile, so harmonious and happy.
Walk in this city surrounded by faith, strangers smile at you, feel that everything is calm, as if washed, this may be the power of faith.
Location: Sri Dalada Veediya
I also used my hands together to stand in front of the sacred Buddha, full of fear, and hope that I would be happy!
Standing in the rainy Buddha Temple, watching the Buddha full of hope, my heart is uneasy, the ground is cold, the sky drops a few drops of rain from time to time, the air is filled with the smell of incense burning, the ear is the theft of tourists Whisper. Suddenly there was a drum sound in front of me. I know that this is the drumming point for the Buddha, the solemn and exotic drums, and the time is urgent. When the golden door opens, you can see the golden splendor in the room. And I can't wait for the body to be physically fit. With the gentle music, as the crowd visits the entire temple, I admire the various carved Buddha statues and ornaments, and also lament the power of faith!
On the small street in front of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, there are flowers for worshipping Buddhas, lotus flowers of various colors, lilies, rose, etc. The price is not very expensive, you can bring a few to enter the temple!
Tickets: Foreign tourists: 1000 rupees for adults, children free, photo will be charged an additional 300 rupees
opening hours: temple 5
The Temple of the Tooth Relic, the most famous temple in Sri Lanka, is named after the tooth relic of the Sri Lankan national treasure Sakyamuni.
If you happen to come to Kandy, Sri Lanka in July-August of each year, you may meet the annual Buddha Tooth Festival, which is a crowd of people, with torches, drums, dances, and Hundreds of elephants dressed in festive costumes participated in the grand parade.
The first step to enter the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is to take off your shoes and meet a sweltering weather. The smell...
If you want to take photos in the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, you also need to purchase a camera license, which is equivalent to less than RMB. 20 pieces of the way, every day the believers in the temple can be described as endless, everyone comes to see the Buddha's tooth really, but even during the opening period, you see the stupa of the Buddha tooth relic, the location of the temple is very good, close to Kang Tihu, if you are in Kandy, I still recommend you to check it out, yes, don't wear shredded jeans, people won't let you in, don't ask me how to know, it's all blood and tears.