The Dengdeng Qudeng Pagoda is the largest pagoda in Tibet. It means "devil descending pagoda". The main building's inner circle and outer circle are stacked on top of each other. There are various Buddhist niches on the surface of the tower. On the periphery of the first floor of the pagoda is a prayer room with 155 prayer wheels of various sizes for the believers to turn around.
The lights of the pagoda at night are very eye-catching. On the second day when we were about to leave Seda for our return journey, we passed the pagoda and saw many Tibetans passing through here, so we got off the bus together. A confession with the head of the Panchen Lama.
Seda is a county on the plateau of western Sichuan. At the junction of Sichuan and Qinghai Province, in the Tibetan-inhabited area, you can see Tibetan Buddhist temples and pagodas everywhere. The Dengdeng Qudeng pagoda is also very spectacular
Dundeng Qudeng Pagoda, also known as the Demon Pagoda, is located in Seke Town, Seda County, 1.5 kilometers away from the county seat. The tower was built in the Tibetan Year of the Iron Pig (1913). According to legend, this pagoda was the dakini mother of Sedanianlong Temple who entrusted the dream to the hereditary leader of Sedarvasu, Kaduo and Lama Suolang Luowu, for the prophecy of exorcising evil spirits, eliminating disasters, pursuing sentient beings, and prospering peace. Presided over the construction, it is the highest Tibetan Buddhist pagoda in Sichuan Province.
Very shocking, it is the largest stupa, one side of the pagoda enshrines the portrait of the 10th Panchen Lama. This tower is very close to Seda County. When taking a photo, you can take a photo on the side of the road to show the reflection of the white pagoda. What needs to be explained is: I asked a friend who was born in the local area. He told me that this tower should be called: Langji Ruyi Tower, which means: Auspicious Ruyi Tower.
Preston_Dominguez: Sertar, Garze, Sichuan, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Seda Jinma Grassland,Gesa'er Wenhua Museum,Sertar,Dengdeng Qudeng,Zhurishen Mountain