Surroundings of the temple underwent renovation with streets easy and more pleasant to walk. A lot of history and relics in this temple that was the family Lama temple and Palace for the most powerful of Qing dynasty princes and emperors. A most venerated Tibetan bouddhism temple in Beijing and China with exceptional features for photography.
The monastery of Tibetan Buddhism built by Emperor Qianlong has royal style. The most striking is the 18m Buddha statue carved from white sandalwood. It is the largest wooden Buddha statue in China. It is presumed that this ancient tree is so strong and tall that it can only grow so long ago. It combines the spirit of heaven and earth. There are ancient trees and persimmon trees in the courtyard. The scenery is beautiful. When the Lama chants sutras, he listens to them. They are all in Tibetan. The statue in the hall is exquisite, with a slight smile and a very kind mouth. Without taking Buddha statues, we took some scenes.
Visiting the Yonghe Palace Book Comments on Yonghe Palace Fortune and Buddha, this palace was built by Kangxi and was born with Yonghe Emperor Fortune. Yongzheng grew up to be a prince and was first called the Yongwangfu. Yongzheng believed in Buddhism from an early age. He studied Buddhism monographs. Yuanmingjushi was the Dharma name, and a Buddhist master was a Buddha. It advocates the unity of Zen and Buddhism, and the unity of the three religions and the three blessings. Four languages can be used in common, and Manchu, Han, Tibet and Mongolia are blessed. Yongzheng was called the Emperor's Palace Museum and the Royal Palace was renamed Yonghe Palace. Qianlong was born in Yonghe Palace, which is the second blessing of the Royal family. Emperor Qianlong took over as emperor and designated the imperial temple as a Buddhist temple. Emperor Yonghe Gate was written by the emperor himself, and Buddhist blessings were displayed on the plaque. Sit in the five halls of the north and South dynasties, with four Buddhas in the East and West halls, the archway of the Shanmen courtyard, and the bronze lion on both sides. The birthplace of the two emperors, Longqianfu, stands tall Buddha, the statue of sandalwood Buddha is six Zhangs tall, the world's first Buddha in ancient and modern times. Qianlong worshiped the Buddha and made friends with all ethnic groups for happiness. I wait to visit Maitreya Buddha, national unity and family blessings.
Once Yongzheng's imperial palace, the four elder brothers of that year endured to concentrate on lurking here, and eventually won a great position. After Yongzheng ascended the throne, it was used in the palace. It was also the place where Qianlong grew up when he was young, so it enjoyed an honorable position in the history of Qing Dynasty. Later, the palace was changed into a temple, which is the largest lama temple outside Tibet. The most magnificent and magnificent is undoubtedly the wood-carved Maitreya Buddha statue of Wanfuge Pavilion, carved from a 26-meter-high white sandalwood, which is exquisite. Apart from buildings, there are many rare Thangka and Buddha statues. The exhibition of Buddhist cultural relics in the museum is also worthy of careful appreciation and can grow a lot of Tibetan Buddhist knowledge.
Not only is it the site of Prince Yong's palace, but it has become more honorable after being converted to Tibetan Buddhist monasteries. All Buddhist faces make people feel solemn and imperial. Besides, the fare is 25 yuan and a box of incense is also sent. It's really good. And you can go to visit Guozijian and Confucius Temple when you go out. There's 30 pass. This route is not generally recommended by travel agencies, so it's quiet. It's a good place to go.
I am very glad that I chose Yonghe Palace on May Day holiday. This is a place of praying, burning incense and worshipping Buddha. The incense is very strong. There are endless crowds of prayers and visitors. Like the red walls and yellow tiles here, the palace is magnificent and simple, and when you enter here, the heart is quiet. The whole park is not too big, suitable for the elderly and children to visit, two hours can end the tour.
Let's show off. In Beijing, we met the best weather. Because of the best weather, we went to Yonghe Palace. Yonghe Palace is a Tibetan Buddhist temple, but after all, it used to be a royal palace, which is more magnificent than other general temples, especially Falun Palace and Wanfuge Pavilion. The buildings are gorgeous. There are Zongkaba Master and Maitreya Bodhisattva statues, respectively. The statues are grand and dignified, which make people awed. When you go to Yonghe Palace to burn incense, you don't need to bring incense with you. You can get a box with tickets. You can burn three incenses in each palace. It's just enough to burn up one of them. But I didn't control it well.
The idea of Yonghe Palace began with traversing the mansion of Four Ages. Emperor Qianlong was also born here. The birthplace of the two emperors made the residence of Yongwang mansion very popular after it was converted into a Huang religion monastery. Because the opposite side of Yonghe Palace is Guozijian, it is said that people who study here are particularly effective, and I eventually come to Yonghe Palace, and will often come in the future. Yonghe Palace advocates civilized reverence. It only lights three incense sticks at a time. The pilgrims don't need to bring any additional incense candles, and there are free incense points in reverence places. It makes people deeply realize that this is the place of Buddhist meditation.
May all the good things in the world come to Yonghe Palace as promised. May Buddha Youping walk out of Wanfu Pavilion safely. In the eastern chamber is the Buddha Tower. There is a statue of Sakyamuni Buddha with a bronze fetus named "Jundan Buddha". Behind the Buddha there is an enclosure-like backlight, which is carefully carved from precious golden Nanmu. It is known as one of the "three unique" of Yonghe Palace because of its exquisite and exquisite skills. The niche goes directly from the ground to the roof of the building. It stands high and low in two rooms with three floors inside and outside. At sunset, the Buddha stands in solemn silence, and the brass mirror behind the head is embedded in the enclosure-like backlight. This backlight centers on the brass mirror and spreads around it, forming a circle along the enclosure, reflecting with the lantern and illuminating the Buddhist Hall. The niche is supported by two golden dragon pillars with golden skin on the beams. There are 99 dragons carved around it. Some of them hold their heads high and explore their claws. Some of them stand upright and scream out. The Buddha statue in the niche is made of imitation wood and copper. The water-print clothes of Buddha statues are naturally smooth. It is said that the disciples of Sakyamuni Buddha, in order to keep the image of Buddha in the world forever but dare not look directly, had to ask the painter to draw the image of Buddha according to the shadow in the water, so the image of Buddha was drawn together with the water-print. The statues of later generations can only be based on this painting, "according to Buddha" hence the name.
Yonghe Temple. The former residence of two emperors, Yongzheng and Qianlong. It was revised during the reign of Qianlong to become the largest Tibetan Buddhist monastery in the Inland area. The incense is so strong that many tourists will come to worship. It's very large and has an electronic commentator for rent.