This temple is actually Langmu Temple in Sichuan, a Langmu Temple is not only a place name, but also a temple, and there are two different temples in this place name, I think it is a very interesting thing. Perhaps it was cloudy, and I didn't find much to see when I came here.
Gerdi Temple is a small town under Luqu County, Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, a stream running through the east and west, although less than two meters wide, but there is a prestige name: Bailongjiang. The north bank of the stream is Langmu Temple, the south bank belongs to the Sichuan Ruoergai County, Gansu's "Anda Kuranglangmu Temple" and belong to the Sichuan "Gerdi Temple" is here to watch each other across the stream. A small stream has joined two provinces, integrating Tibetan and Hui ethnic groups living in peace; Lama monasteries and mosques exist on one side; worship, bask in the Buddha, and people on both sides of the stream convey their attachment to faith in different ways. The temple consists of 2 large temples and 2 mosques. One is called the Sichuan monastery (the name of the local people), the name of the takuranamo Geldi temple, or the Geldi temple, is one of the largest and most influential monasteries of the Gelug school in Aba District, Sichuan Province, and there are 18 branch temples, and there are about 500 monks.
Langmu Temple, composed of Sezhi Temple and Ge'erdi Temple, local people called Langmu Temple in Sichuan. The temple along the town and the stream built, although compared to Gandan Saichi Temple incense fire, but Lama, believers through the time, each busy Buddha, farming and animal husbandry, no vulgar.
Geerdi Temple is a small township under the jurisdiction of Luqu County in Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. A small stream runs from east to west. Although it is less than two meters wide, it has a prestigious name: Bailong River. The north bank of the creek is Langmu Temple, and the south bank belongs to Ruoergai County in Sichuan. The "Anda Canglangmu Temple" belonging to Gansu and the "Geerdi Temple" belonging to Sichuan are watching each other across the creek.
Langmu Temple and Gedi Temple are only three to four hundred meters away. The morning bells and snail horns of the temples on both sides rang one after another. The simmering cypress smoke and the chanting of the monks spread out, giving a quiet and peaceful The grasslands and ancient temples in the forest add a lot of fun and poetry, making people's distracting thoughts and earthly troubles unconsciously thrown out of the sky, and people suddenly have a feeling of forgetting to return to the original. It seems that only when people return to nature can they have the sense of being away from the hustle and bustle and forgetting the complicated world.
Preston_Dominguez: Langmusizhen, Luqu, Gannan, Gansu, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Langmu Temple Resort,Ge'erdi Temple,Namo Grand Canyon,Gandansaichi Temple,Zhodo Tidro Hermitage, Langmusi Town