It is well known that photography is not allowed here. The magnificence of the hall is said to be second only to the Potala Palace. In the hall, the Great Silver Tower is made of pure silver, plated with gold, and inlaid with various jewelry. White Hada is wrapped in dozens of layers to show its nobility. All kinds of butter lamps, silver drum horns, jade stove gold buildings, densely packed with no space, beams and pillars covered with curtains, banners, embroidered Buddhas, fencing, layer after layer, dazzling. The atmosphere in the hall is solemn and magnificent. The murals, Thangka, embroidery, golden buildings, butter flowers, treasures, curtains, brick carvings, wood carvings here are beautiful and delicate, and the pieces are all excellent works of art. I haven't been to Tibet and I'm worried about altitude sickness. After visiting Tar Monastery, I felt no regret and magnificent. This is a must-have place in life. Only those who have been there will know why.
Birth place of the master tsongkha pa... Supreme founder of one of the 4 lineage in tibetan Buddhism.... Gelug lineage... Here you get to see the golden tomb stupa of je tsongkha pa... And many ancient art efacts... Pagoda and monastery have a fine high end architectural design and inside you see devotees prostrating and circumambulating the Great stupa...
1. The Tar Temple is the highest-level monastery of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, but it is a pity not to go to the Tar Temple in Xining; 2. Before visiting the Tar Temple, we should first know what the Gelug Sect is, who is the master of Zongkaba, and the life of the 10th Panchen Chan (you can check it online), which can greatly improve the experience of visiting; 3. The three treasures of the Tar Temple are piling embroidery, Tangka and butter. Flowers, so it's a pity to miss them when you visit. 4. The whole Tar Temple is very large. The Dajinwa Hall, Bodhi Tree and the spiritual bone pagoda of Master Zongkaba are the focus of the visit. We must leave enough time. By 18 p.m., the temple halls are closed and the lamas begin to recite scriptures and learn.
Tar Temple is one of the six major monasteries of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. According to Xining City, it is only more than 20 kilometers. At this time, there are many tourists during the Dragon Boat Festival, and the ticket is 80 yuan. There are many Buddhist halls in Tar Temple, which have their own characteristics. Among them, the Great Golden Watt Hall uses 1,300 pairs of gold, more than 10,000 pairs of silver, and is brilliant in gold and blue. In the butter flower hall, I couldn't help but take two pictures. It's really beautiful! ___________
Tar Temple, located in Huangzhong County, Xining, has a history of more than 400 years. It is one of the most important monasteries of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism (Yellow Sect). It is also the birthplace of the founder of the Yellow Sect, Master Zongkaba. The monastery is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Xining because of its magnificent architecture, rich treasures and rich religious atmosphere. There are obvious differences in the architectural layout between the Tar Temple and the Han Buddhist temples in the Mainland. "The architectural complex of the Tar Temple is not axisymmetrical and penetrates in depth. Tar Temple is an ancient building complex composed of many halls, scriptures, pagodas and colleges. The academies, halls and pagodas are irregularly distributed on a small hill. When tourists are playing, the route is more casual, not along the central axis. If you don't go into a sutra or hall and just wander outside, you don't need to buy tickets. Only when you enter some open sutras or halls, you need to check tickets. If you are the first time to come, you are advised to buy tickets for a tour, because without the hall and the academy, you can not worship the incarnation of Master Zongkaba, nor appreciate the "three unique" in the temple. At present, more than a dozen courtyards and halls are open to tourists. There is a tour guide service in the ticket office of Tar Monastery. It is suggested to invite a tour guide because the historical connotation of Tar Monastery is very deep. Without the guide's explanation, you will miss many interesting stories.
If you only worship Buddha once in your life, I think it would be a good choice to come to Tar Temple. It's 20 kilometers from Xining to Huangzhong. Many halls have three or four years of history, the hall does not allow photography, or, stop the mobile phone to feel that pure faith and piety, will make the heart quiet.
Buddhism originated in India and flourished in China, and is now best inherited in Thailand. In addition to the Mahayana Buddhism from the South and the Mahayana Buddhism from the north, Tibetan Buddhism from Nepal has also been well inherited in Tibet, Gansu, Sichuan and other regions of China. There are five schools of Tibetan Buddhism, of which the Gelug School is the Huang School, while the six major temples of the Gelug School of Tibetan Buddhism are Gandan Temple, Zhepeng Temple, Sala Temple, Zashrunbu Temple, Tar Temple and Lakaran Temple. Tar Monastery is the birthplace of Grand Master Zongkaba of the Gelug School. His mother built a lotus gathering Memorial pagoda around the unusual Bodhi tree and 100,000 lion roaring Buddha statues. After continuous expansion, it formed the Silver Pagoda of today's Grand Jinwa Hall, such as the Grand Master Zongkaba himself. During the Jiajing period of Ming Dynasty, Renqing Zongjianzan, a monk of retreat, built another small temple, and then expanded in scale. Therefore, the Tar Temple was named after its pagoda and then its temple. In addition to its long history, the Tar Temple has exquisite murals, exquisite embroidery and superb butter flowers.
Chasing the plane to Qinghai-Tar Temple, turning the cylinder, burning butter lamp, vague fragrance of Buddha, sutras with the wind, devout chanters.. Persistence in faith is something I don't have as a human being. Tar Monastery is the first stop in this trip. It is not noisy here. It should be slowly and carefully tasted. Even though I do not have the beliefs of the chanters, I can feel the power of this obsession. Just listen, watch and smell, that's enough. Whatever your reasons, no matter how commercialized they are, the Tar Monastery has not changed. The breath of the age, the chanting of sutras, needs to be felt in peace.
The Tar Temple has a history of more than 400 years. It is one of the most important monasteries of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism (Yellow Sect). It is also the birthplace of the founder of the Yellow Sect, Master Zongkaba. Monastery building is magnificent, rich in treasures, strong religious atmosphere, remember to invite a commentator, otherwise you can't see anything in a circle. The Buddhist Hall of Tar Temple is exquisitely furnished. Unfortunately, no photographs are allowed.
Tar Monastery is one of the origins of Plateau Buddhism. It is said that it has been the reincarnation of Manjusri Bodhisattva and other Buddhist monks. The creation of Tar Monastery is closely related to him. Let's talk about Tar Monastery first. Tar Temple is a huge temple with an area of 600 mu, more than 800 monks and 14 living Buddhas. It also has a history of more than 600 years. It was built in the early Ming Dynasty. It is said that the whole temple first has a pagoda, then a temple. The pagoda is built with an allusion - "It is said that the great monk, Master Zhongkaba, went out to study Buddhism when he was young, and his mother grew older and missed Zhongkaba very much. However, due to the special inconvenience of traffic conditions, Zhongkaba had to send a letter to her mother telling her that building a tower and planting a column of trees for herself would be like seeing herself personally to alleviate her yearning. It is said that when the planted Bodhi tree grows to one meter, it produces 100,000 leaves, each of which has Buddhist language and is regarded as a miracle. Later, the local people built stone pagodas outside the Bodhi tree. Over time, temples were built, wooden pagodas were built outside the pagodas, and gold and silver pagodas were built outside the pagodas. Tibet's local Buddhist temples are widely decorated with large quantities of gold and silver. The pagoda is said to have used 35 tons of silver as its base and 860 kilograms of gold to shape it. It is called the "world's first solemnity". If it is written in the book, are all the temples rich and rivalrous? Today, the baby is thoroughly aware of it. Of course, this pagoda is only the origin of the Tar Temple. Many of the main halls of the Tar Temple are almost gold-plated or gold-covered. The Jinding Tar Temple is located in Lushaer Town, Huangzhong County, 25 kilometers southwest of Xining City, Qinghai Province. It is a national AAAAA-class tourist attraction. Tar Temple, also known as Tar Temple, was founded in the 10th year of Hongwu Ming Dynasty (1377). It is named after the Great Silver Pagoda built in memory of Zongkaba, the founder of the Yellow Religion, in Dajinwa Temple. It is called "Subenxian Bahrain" in Tibetan, which means "Maitreya Temple with 100,000 lions roaring Buddha statues". Tar Temple is the activity center of Tibetan Buddhism in Northwest China. It enjoys a great reputation in China and Southeast Asia. The central government of all dynasties highly respected the religious status of Tar Temple. The Ming Dynasty awarded many titles to religious figures in the upper class of the temple. Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty gave "Jing Shang Jin Liang" plaque, Emperor Qianlong gave "Fanzong Temple" title and "Vatican Family Building" plaque for the Dajinwa Temple. Butter flowers, murals and embroidery are praised as "the three masterpieces of art in Tar Temple". In addition, many Buddhist classics and academic monographs on history, literature, philosophy, medicine and legislation are also collected in the temple. The annual Buddhist activities "the Four Great Law Clubs" are even more lively. The butter flower sculpture of Tar Temple is also lifelike and famous far and near. Tar Temple is one of the six major monasteries of the Gelu Sect of Tibetan Buddhism in China. It is also one of the most famous historical sites in Qinghai Province and the key cultural relics protection unit in China.