The Big Wild Goose Pagoda is divided into two parts: the South Plaza and the North Plaza. The South Plaza of the Big Wild Goose Pagoda has a bronze statue of Tang Xuanzang, a famous monk of the Tang Dynasty. The portraits of real people and small people are vivid and vivid. There are inscriptions beside the bronze statue introducing Master Xuanzang.
During the day, you can walk around the square and go shopping. In the evening, you can enjoy the biggest music fountain in Asia.
Master Xuanzang's bronze statue is located in the South Plaza of Dayan Pagoda. It is the landmark building of the South Plaza. The blue sky is very atmospheric. Master Xuanzang's bronze statue is a statue. He holds a Zen wand in his right hand and a Buddha bead in his left hand. There is wisdom and perseverance in his kindness. This is a good place to take a view on Dayan Pagoda Square.
The afternoon group of newspapers gathered under the bronze statue. A customs clearance document was also sent. In the evening, I rode back from Qujiangchi, sat under the bronze statue and looked up at the man I knew very well since childhood. Everything feels awkward. It would be much better to ride a white horse.
Xuanzang was the first abbot of Dacien Temple. He personally supported the construction of the Big Goose Pagoda and translated the Scriptures here. Complementary to the bronze statue of Xuanzang is the stone statue of some nearby monks, sitting or standing, chanting scriptures, or overlooking.
This is the famous Tang monk. Real Xuanzang traveled 50,000 miles westward by himself in the first year of Zhenguan to explore the differences of Buddhist doctrines. He went through unthinkable hardships to Narantuo Temple, the center of Indian Buddhism, to get the true sutra. Seventeen years in India, he studied all kinds of theories of Mahayana and Mahayana at that time, and debated with all the famous Indian monks with his own strength without defeat. After returning to Tang Dynasty, he brought back 150 Buddhist sacrifices, 7 Buddhist statues and 657 Confucian classics. He has been engaged in translating Buddhist Scriptures for a long time. Xuanzang and his disciples translated 75 Buddhist scriptures, 1335 volumes, and wrote twelve volumes "Records of the Western Regions of the Great Tang Dynasty", describing the experiences of his journey to the West in 110 countries and the mountains, towns, property and customs of 28 rumored countries. The well-known "Journey to the West" is based on the story of Master Xuanzang going west to collect sutras.
The statue of Master Xuanzang of the Three Tibetans in the Tang Dynasty in front of the Big Wild Goose Pagoda is beautifully shaped.
Standing at the main entrance of Dacien Temple, the background is Dayan Pagoda, which is especially powerful.
The bronze statue of Master Xuanzang is situated on the South Square of Dayan Pagoda. It is a landmark building here. Looking from the South Square to the direction of Dayan Pagoda, Xuanzang's style is very atmospheric. The Dayan Pagoda is right under it. The picture is beautiful and charming.