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Gaoshan Temple

4.5/58 Reviews
"Fahua Temple is located in Yongzhou, the highest place. A monk said, Jue Zhao, and lived in the west of the temple. There are tens of thousands of large bamboos besides 庑, and the mountains outside are extinct. However, the salary is steaming and Xiaoxuan is surrounded by all kinds of people, and I will cut it out and get rid of it. According to Yu said, "It is because there are Pichi Fushou underneath it, and the Xiangshui flow is used for the meeting of the mountains. If it goes, it will be far away." Then the servant was ordered to hold a knife and axe, and the group would squat. Cong Mang slumps down, all kinds of things come out, open and boundless, the sky is high for the benefit, the earth is added for it; the hills and valleys are steep, the rivers and lakes are big, and the salty ones increase if there is. The wonders of the land must be left behind and not left alone. Yu Shi was relegated to Zhou Sima, and he was almost a regular member of the officialdom, but nothing happened. It is the rank of the official to be taken as the pavilion, which is tall and wide, and the abbot is covered by Er Yan. Or discuss living in Sri Lanka, not earlier. It is said that those who were superior in the past can not afford to sit in a banquet, and are enough to observe the reality of emptiness, and the beginning of the journey. His photos are also beyond loneliness, and his feelings are also beyond. But the one who hinders it is a fruit hindrance? The one who is now the pioneer is Gobiya? The so-called conscious and shining, I know that he can't help but be Tao? How about my clan’s arrogance in the Tongsai? Or say: But it is better to book it. Nai Shu Yu Shi. Fahua Temple is located in Dongshan, Lingling District, Yongzhou City. It was a place where Liu Zongyuan often visited and communicated with Yongzhou at the beginning of the Yuan Dynasty. Zong Jichen's "Yongzhou Fuzhi" contains: "The topography of the city is high and undulating, and the hills are the highest in the city. The mountains are the most connected to the east of the city, so it is also called Dongshan. The mountains were in the Tang Dynasty. The temple was built but the temple began to break down.” It was renamed "Wanshou Temple" in the Song Dynasty, and later changed to "Bao'en Temple". At the beginning of Ming Hongwu, it was renamed "High Mountain Temple". The naming of Fahua Temple clearly shows that it belongs to the Tiantai Sect under the influence of the Buddhist books "Fahua Sutra", "French Chinese Names" and "Fahua Xuanyi". The Dongshan barrier stretches for several miles, the hills are undulating and the ancient trees are green. The existing temple view was rebuilt in the Qing Xianfeng Bingchen year (1856). Among Liu Zongyuan's existing works, there are 6 articles related to Fahua Temple, including 2 articles and 4 poems, which were written in Yuanhe 2nd year (807) to 4th year (809). Let us first understand the content of these works."
Lvtian NunneryNearby City

Lvtian Nunnery

4.5/54 Reviews
"It is located behind the Daxiong Hall of Gaoshan Temple, Lingling District, Yongzhou City, Hunan Province. It is the place where the famous calligrapher Huai Su (725~785) of the Tang Dynasty became a monk and practiced calligraphy. Chinese name: Lvtian Temple Foreign name: CiLangtemple Location: Yongzhou City, Hunan Famous Scenic Spots: Lvtian Temple Historical Allusion Huai Su Huai Su was a monk when he was a child and loves calligraphy. Because of poverty and no paper, he planted a piece of plantain, replaced paper with banana leaves, and swiped thousands of them each time. According to legend, the bald pen becomes a mound and the ink becomes a pond. Later generations called the nunnery Lvtian Nunnery because the plantains inside and outside the nunnery became forests and the green shades were like clouds. This temple was built no later than the Mid-Tang Dynasty. It was rebuilt in the early Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty and repaired during the Qianlong period. The second year of Xianfeng (1852) was destroyed by war. In the first year of Tongzhi (1862), the prefect Yang Han was rebuilt. There is a main hall with a pavilion for planting bananas on the top, and the Drunk Monk's Building on the left. There is also a book and Zen Abode, beside the stele written by Chu Huaisu. In the 38th year of the Republic of China (1949), the Changjiao Pavilion, Drunken Monk House, Shuzen Abode, and Buddhist Hall were hard to see. The remaining main hall was demolished by the regional mental hospital in 1981, and only the weathered peeling remains. A tablet of the "Thousand-Character Wen" in Huai Su cursive script, which is a serious copy of the Qing Dynasty."