Drepung Monastery is found in the foothills of the western suburbs of Lhasa. The architectural complex of the monastery is large-scale. White houses and red halls line up onto the mountainside. They look like huge piles of rice which are spectacular when photographed. It is a monastery with a high status among the Gelug factions of Tibetan Buddhism. It has an impressive internal architectural atmosphere and is filled with many beautiful treasures.
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Located in the western suburbs of Lhasa, Drepung Monastery is a Buddhist Buddhist monastery in Gelugpa. The entire temple is built on the mountain. The buildings and roads vary with the mountain, such as a huge and three-dimensional labyrinth. The main tone of the building is the white wall and red raft, which is spread on the hillside like rice. Zhe Yi, Tibetan means "mi-poly", so the name of this temple is very vivid. The Drepung Monastery is not a pilgrimage, only to see the style of this largest temple in Tibet, so Buddha image, terrain, environment, architectural style, etc. are my concern. Into the gate, there is still a section of the main building group to climb, if you drive, there is a oil road hovering up, I walked, picking up the level is my choice. "Panzhang" translates to the meaning of the palace, understand these two words. In the debate hall, there is a debate activity after 2 pm every day. I dont understand Tibetan and dont understand Tibetan Buddhism. Its very interesting to watch the monks dance and dance.
Drepung Monastery is one of the three major temples in Lhasa in Lhasa. It is also one of the six major temples of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism.
It has 141 manors and more than 540 pastures and is the largest temple in Tibetan Buddhism.
Zheyu Temple Tibetan language means Jumei Temple or Ji Mi Temple. Because of the large scale of the temple, the white buildings are row upon row, and the hills are covered with hills, which is like a huge rice heap. Temple", it is worth a visit!
The mountains here are beautiful, huge granite is set in the mountains, the surrounding vegetation is also very good, the rain in the morning has just stopped and the air is spotless. Walking on the curved stone road, the bottom of the down jacket is soaked, and it feels cold when you take it off. You can only continue to move forward in such awkward feeling. Under the mountain, you can see a contiguous temple, the location is higher than the salad, it looks more dangerous. Before the liberation, the temple had more than 10,000 people and was the largest temple in Tibetan Buddhism. With 141 manors and more than 540 pastures, it is the largest temple in Tibetan Buddhism. The entire temple is large in scale, and the white buildings with row upon row are covered with hills. The distance looks like a huge pile of rice. There are a lot of dogs in
Lhasa, the streets are dirty, but there are more dogs in the mountains, but the hair is very clean, all kinds of, and they are piled up. Five or six, all squatting on the ground to rest, do not look at you. Some can still see that it is a family, and it looks exactly the same. The mountain roads were all paved with gravel. As a result, it was really unfortunate to see someone squatting.
The interior of the temple cannot be photographed. It is still the internal structure like the Sera Monastery. The murals inside are very complicated and still bright and oily. When passing through a temple, the monks are cooking. A lama said that he could not take pictures, so I dismissed it. The thoughts, such a living scene is still very suitable for shooting ~ Drepung Monastery is higher than other temples, it is not recommended to go when the physical strength is not up.
The annual festival of Chessington is the traditional Tibetan festival at the end of June and the beginning of July. The most eye-catching ceremony is the exhibition of Buddha in Drepung Monastery. At 8 o'clock in the morning, on the half-mountainside behind Drepung Monastery, under the radiance of the first dawn, accompanied by a dignified and solemn sound, a 500-square-meter, huge Sakyamuni statue slowly appeared. It is the largest Thangka in the world. In order to participate in this most grand festival, I want to take a look at the lineup of huge Buddha statues.