I was in Jakhang Temple, this is the symbol of Tubo Kingdom, it means a lot to the Tibetan Buddhism, also a must-visit attraction in Tibet. We can see many traditional rites here, like the "3 Steps 1 Knee".
Wearing Tibetan clothes in the Jokhang Temple is the best way to travel in Tibet
Jokhang Temple, is the end of the pilgrimage of Tibetan Buddhism, the sacred of the Jokhang Temple, not inferior to the Potala Palace, located in the octagonal The core area of the street.
You can often see pilgrims licking their heads at the entrance of the Jokhang Temple. It shows that the status of the Jokhang Temple in the eyes of the Lhasa people is high, and more people are turning around the Jokhang Temple every day. It can be seen that the Jokhang Temple, a Tibetan Buddhist temple with a history of more than 1,300 years, is in the hearts of Tibetans.
Tickets: 85 yuan (can only be paid in cash)
The area of Jokhang Temple is not very large. If you visit it yourself, you can visit it in 10 minutes, but please ask a tour guide. It is quite fun to listen to the history of the Jokhang Temple. Also be sure to ask a tour guide to explain, we are a tour guide outside the Jokhang Temple, one person 50 yuan, each person sends a headset.
Wearing Tibetan clothes in the Jokhang Temple is the best way to integrate into the local Tibetans. After a few laps at the Jokhang Temple, I will involuntarily recall the six-word mantra. Its hard to have such a calm time in the middle of the week, so that I can calm down and think about the meaning of life and the true meaning of life.
Of course, the Jokhang Temple is also the best place to take pictures. No matter where you go, there are red wall yellow wall background decoration, wearing bright Tibetan clothes to take pictures, all are big.
Recommended for travel destinations in Tibet: Jokhang Temple
The Jokhang Temple in the center of Lhasa has a history of more than 1,300 years and has a supreme status in Tibetan Buddhism.
Jokhang Temple, also known as "Zulakang" and "Jingkang" (Tibetan means Buddhist temple).
was built in the 21st year of Tang Yiguan. It was built by the Tibetan king Songtsan Gambo to commemorate the Princess of the Princess. The
Jokhang Temple is the most splendid Tubo period building in Tibet. It is also the earliest civil architecture in Tibet,
and has created a Tibetan-style Pingchuan-style temple city regulation.
There are countless believers worshipping outside the temple every day,
even a lot of devout Tibetans, not far from the three-step pilgrimage from Sichuan, Qinghai, Yunnan,
all the way,
The purpose is the 12-year-old life of the Sakyamuni in the Jokhang Temple.
We always see the gathering of worshippers at the Jokhang Temple, sincere worship;
We always hear that the Jokhang Temple is sacred and solemn, and countless people admire;
We come to Tibet Come and walk around the Jokhang Temple and pray for yourself to pray for your family.
Without the Jokhang Temple, there is no Lhasa
Lhasa, which was said before, is actually the Jokhang Temple. The statue of Shakyamuni in the main house of
is brought into the Princess of Wencheng. The reason why Lhasa has the reputation of "Holy Land" is related to this Buddha statue. The
temple was originally called "Jesa", and later Jaisa became the name of the city and evolved into today's "Lhasa"
In front of the Jokhang Temple, a Tibetan old man is offering [Manza]. For [Manza], usually at least 100,000 times. Manza symbolizes the universe of Buddhism. It fills the buddha in the prescribed order and then worships the buddhas. This can quickly accumulate the grain, which is a special method for the net obstacles and is also one of the compulsory courses for the Canadians!
The Jokhang Temple is the end of the pilgrimage for Tibetan Buddhists. Regardless of its geographical location or status, the Jokhang Temple is a Tibetan Buddhist shrine and center in the hearts of Tibetan Buddhists. It is extremely important in the history of Tibetan Buddhism. The Jokhang Temple has a long history. It was first built by the Tibetan king Songtsan Gambo. The treasure of the temple is the figure of a 12-year-old Sakyamuni brought by Princess Wencheng when she entered Tibet.