Zhujie Temple is located in Zhujie Temple in Sangdui Township, Daocheng County, Ganzi Prefecture. It is about 15 kilometers away from Daocheng County. It was built in the Northern Song Dynasty in 1169 AD. It has a history of more than 800 years. "The place where the dragon occupies." The temple lies deep on the mountainside, far away from the highway. The main hall is divided into four floors. The second floor is set as the residence of the 17th Toho Tsungpa Rinpoche. The first floor will enshrine five hand-made bronze statues of the Kagyu Lineage Venerable.
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It is located on the hillside of Suochong Village in Daocheng, which can be seen from the side of the highway, but few tourists go there. The temple is quiet and clean. Baijiao temple. Many living Buddhas come from this temple
Zhujie Tibetan is the place where the dragon occupies, and it is named after its shape like a dragon plate. Located in Sangdui Township, 20 kilometers away from the county seat. The temple was built in 1144 by the founder of Pamdrupa. There is a self-made statue of Pamdrupa in the temple, and there are also imprints left by Pamdrupa. The teachings of Zhujie Temple and Benbo Temple are the same, and the Buddhist activities are also the same. The highlight of Zhujie Temple is the scene of harmonious coexistence between groups of white horse chickens and monks in the temple
Entering the main hall, many monks are chanting and smile friendly to you. There is a monk who has a special love, whoever holds the camera, who he smiles at, so he became the most frequent person in our camera. Their simplicity is what I never forget about Jie Temple.
Preston_Dominguez: In Sangdui Township, Daocheng County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Sangdui Town,Zhujie Temple (zhigongsi),Bangpu Temple