The sun creeps up to the top of the clouds, penetrates the layers of fog, and sprinkles the light on the rich land of Yuzhong, giving the whole world a golden layer of gold.
The Lingyan Temple hidden in the layered greenery is also awakened from sleep, bathed in the glimmer of the spring dreams and the gentle breeze, everything is beautiful.
Shen Shen wrote in the "Six Life Chapters" such a passage: "About a few close friends, go to the wild stream, or the chess is appropriate, or the songs are flowing, or say good cause and effect. Or, let's talk about the rise and fall of this ancient age. Look at the flowering branches and piles of embroidered flowers, listen to the birds and get the springs, and let others reciprocate, the world is cool, leisurely, and leisurely time."
Lingyan Temple, located in Wande Town, Changqing District, Jinan City, Shandong Province, can explain such a life attitude. When you walk into the ancient temple, you can feel an unprecedented silence.
Lingyan Temple is an important part of the world's natural and cultural heritage, Taishan. It was built in the Eastern Jin Dynasty. It was rebuilt in the first year of Emperor Xiaoxing of the Northern Wei Dynasty. It reached its peak in the Tang Dynasty. Since the Tang Dynasty, it has been with Zhejiang Tiantai Guoqing Temple and Hubei Jiangling Yuquan Temple. Nanjing Qixia Temple is also known as the "four famous temples" in the world.
Every ancient and mysterious hall attracts people to stop. Every legend related to the temple is worthy of people's taste.
Lingyan Temple sits in the northwest of Taishan Mountain. It is located in Wande Town, Changqing District, Jinan City. With more than 1,600 years of history, the temple has a rich Buddhist heritage. The Thousand Buddha Hall in the temple was frist built in the Tang Dynasty. There are hundreds of small wooden carved Buddhas on the walls inside the hall. There is also a branch pagoda in the temple. It is a nine-story pavilion-style brick pagoda with an octagonal base. Engraved with the relief sculpture of Indian Maurya Empire Ashoka proclaiming a Buddhist. This pagoda is the landmark of Lingyan Temple.