A temple in suzhou
Dinghui Temple, there are many bicycles stacked at the door. When entering the temple, brooms and mops were placed randomly under the two ginkgo trees. It really shouldn't be like this. The place is not big, and there are pilgrims holding mobile phones chanting in the hall.
If only one word is used to describe Suzhou, I would use "concealed". Suzhou is restrained and restrained. From a distance, you can never believe that it will be the prefecture-level city with the largest economic output in the country. It is rich and prosperous, just like the design of all the entrances of its gardens-if you want to go up and down, it is elegant and romantic, and it is like Mr. Dongpo’s robe corner, now hidden by the white wall, the only sentence The left white sonorous. Everything in Suzhou City is also so low-key and mysterious-Dinghui Temple in front of you, living in a secular alley of more than 200 meters long, is not very magnificent-the feldspar pavement outside the south gate is orderly Parked full of electric cars, the remaining mountain gate in the Qing Dynasty can only allow two people to go wrong, and there are only a few small shops selling incense and candles opposite. Just looking at these, it is never expected that it is an ancient temple with more than 1,100 years of incense. Arrived before 12 noon, pilgrims were scattered. No tickets, rare in ancient temples. The scale of the temple is small. After the mountain gate, there are Tianwang Hall, Daxiong Hall, and Library in order. The plaque of the Daxiong Hall is the calligraphy of Mr. Zhao Puchu. Pure love, clean and hard to find. There was no scent of fire and candles in the air, and a trace of calm and stable ambergris was blown into several strands by the faint wind, and silently sank into the copper furnace with embers. The leaves of the two ginkgo biloba were gone, but the black branches intertwined in the blue sky. It was impossible to tell who was 300 and who was 200. There are people sitting under the trees and beside the porch. A man stared at the ground dreamily. The shadow of the tree fell sparsely on him. He didn't chant in his mouth, but there was in his eyes. An old couple knelt down with difficulty and helped each other to get up. They took out the candy and stuffed it under Luohan's seat respectfully. The lay volunteers are busy working in the temple, and their faces are happy. This is perhaps the least copper-smell temple I have seen in recent years. You can ask for incense soil for entry, the cost is very low, 2 yuan, the yellow scented bag is super worthy of the deceased, the red scented bag prays for the future, fill in the name and send it to the Daxiong Hall, where a special person will burn incense in front of the Buddha. There are no various donation projects in the temple, only three lamps for ten yuan in front of the Buddha and two names for the temple. When the laymen saw the believers sending flowers and fruits, they all came to help. They were friendly in their words, and a few dialects appeared from time to time. There was little sunshine in the temple, but the hearts of people were so warm. The library behind the Daxiong Hall is extremely quiet, and the breath of scholars can be heard. A white porcelain reclining Buddha is enshrined in the museum. The Buddha's eyes are drooping, and his lips seem to be pursed and raised. The Buddha said that there are eight sufferings in the human world: birth, old age, sickness, death, love parting, hate forever, cannot ask for it, cannot let go. All sentient beings who enter the temple can't ask for anything but can't let go of what they want. But even if you read the Buddhist scriptures in this museum, can you really solve this impossibility and inability to let go?
In front of the Great Hall of Dinghui Temple, there are two ancient ginkgo trees, covered with traces of time. Not only are they very spectacular, but they also have a Zen spirit. They traveled through a hundred years and are beautiful in the changing seasons!
There are many temples in Suzhou, a famous historical and cultural tourist city in China. Today I recommend a small temple in Suzhou, Dinghui Temple. Attached is a guide to clock in. Attraction Name: Suzhou Dinghui Temple Address: No. 34, Dinghuisi Alley, Fenghuang Street, Gusu District, Suzhou Transportation: Take Metro Line 1 to Lindun Road Station and walk out of Exit 2 Tickets: free entry Opening hours: 7:15 am-17:00 pm How to play: Enter a Buddhist temple with a pious heart, do not carry large suitcases, dress appropriately, be careful not to step on the threshold, and do not touch or photograph Buddha statues at will. Recommended reason: Dinghui Temple is a small Buddhist pilgrimage site in Suzhou and a cultural relic protection unit in Suzhou. This is a must-visit place for the famous writer Su Shi to come to Suzhou. There is a Guanlan Pavilion in the temple, which is the palace where Emperor Qianlong stayed during his southern tour. It is worth seeing.