On March 7th, I took some time in the morning to Zhepeng Temple in Lhasa, which is the largest temple in Lhasa. Every year, there are grand magic events held here on the Shelton Festival. The most important activity is to sun the Buddha (show a huge Buddha statue Tangka). Zhepeng Temple is too big, this time is not enough. Next time I must come and have a good look. Zhepeng Temple is worth visiting again. In order to save time. Yes, I came by taxi. I didn't typewrite. 50 yuan, and 35 yuan when I came back. Zhepeng Temple is one of the six major temples of Huang religion. Its original name is Zunsheng Prefecture, which is auspicious and eternal. It means "Duimi Temple" or "Jimi Temple" in Tibetan, and it is fully called "Jixiang Jimi Ten Squares Zunsheng Prefecture" in Tibetan. Founded in 1416 AD by the disciple of Zongkaba, founder of the Yellow Religion, Jiangyang Quji-Zhaxibandan. Before liberation, the temple had more than 10,000 monks and was the largest temple in Tibetan Buddhism. With 141 manors and more than 540 pastures, it is the largest temple in Tibetan Buddhism. Zhepeng Temple is a Gelu Temple of Tibetan Buddhism in China. With Gandan Temple, Sala Temple jointly known as the three major Lhasa temples. Located in the western suburb of Lhasa, under the Gengpiwuzi Mountains. The whole monastery is large in scale, with numerous white buildings spread all over the hillside. It looks like a huge rice pile in the distance, so it is called Zhe Beng. Zhe Beng, Tibetan meaning Miju symbolizes prosperity, Tibetan full name for "auspicious Jimi Ten Squares Zunshengzhou", it is the highest ranking monastery in the Gelug sect.
The first time I went to Lhasa, I arrived at Lhasa at 15 o'clock on the 31st. After a short rest in the hotel, I went to eat. When I returned to the hotel, we discussed that No. 1 of Zhebeng Temple in the district is the Shelton Festival, the biggest festival for Tibetans. At 12 o'clock in the evening, we set foot on the road of Zhepeng Temple. At more than two o'clock, we had already arrived near the place where Buddha was sunning and began a long wait. The drizzling rain gradually poured down heavily, but it did not reduce the sincere enthusiasm and pious heart of Tibetans and tourists. Almost half of them were shivering with cold. Some Tibetans brought bedding, blankets, butter tea and warmly invited me to share with them. On that cold night, I felt not only the warmth, but also the unity of the famous families and their relatives! _________ After several times of moving forward, we finally boiled down to seven o'clock, the worship ceremony began, sacred and solemn, the process of exposing Buddha came one by one, and the feeling of inner reverence emerged spontaneously! The unstoppable flow of tears is a kind of reverence for gods, worship for beliefs, respect for monks, but also a kind of understanding of oneself! When I hold Hada in the palm of my hand, fold my hands together, and acquiesce in my wish, I will make Hada like a God Buddha, hoping that the dream will come true! I shed tears! When I kowtow again and again, I cry! As a lot of Han people, maybe it's just for fun, maybe it's faith, maybe it's feelings, I think I have, and there's redemption!
Zhepeng Temple is located in the western suburb of Lhasa. It is under Zhepeng Temple by bus. At the intersection, it transfers to Zhongba 2 yuan for Zhepeng Temple. The bus goes to the ticket office to wait for tourists to buy tickets. Then it gets on to Zhepeng Temple parking lot. At least half an hour's journey to the mountain is omitted, and the ticket is 60 yuan. Zhepeng Monastery is one of the six major monasteries of the Gelug School. Zhaxi Bandan was founded in 1416. The annual "Sherton Festival" is the biggest highlight here. The Buddha statues 20 meters wide and 30 meters long should be carried to the mountains to hold the Buddha sun ceremony. The Tibetan dances with masks also come on stage. Countless good men and women come to worship here. At noon, beside the ticket gate of Zhepeng Temple, there is a large buffet restaurant with affordable price. The purpose of this restaurant is to watch the Bible Debate which begins at 2:30 p.m. The Bible Debate of Zhepeng Temple is also very interesting. The Bible Debate is in a large courtyard in the middle of Zhepeng Beng Temple. There are many lamas sitting in groups, standing in groups, clapping hands and stamping feet. The scene is intense and worth seeing.
Zhepeng Temple is one of the six major temples of Huang religion. Its original name is Zunsheng Prefecture, which is auspicious and eternal. It means "Duimi Temple" or "Jimi Temple" in Tibetan, and its full name is "Jixiang Jimi Ten Fang Zunsheng Prefecture". Located in the depression of the southern slope of the Kumbezi Mountains, about 10 kilometers west of Lhasa, it was founded in 1416 by the disciple of Zongkaba, the founder of the Yellow Religion, Jiangyang Quji-Zhaxibandan. With 141 manors and more than 540 pastures, it is the largest temple in Tibetan Buddhism. Zhepeng Temple is a Gelu Temple of Tibetan Buddhism in China. With Gandan Temple, Sala Temple jointly known as the three major Lhasa temples. Located in the western suburb of Lhasa, under the Gengpiwuzi Mountains. The whole monastery is large in scale, with numerous white buildings spread all over the hillside. It looks like a huge rice pile in the distance, so it is called Zhe Beng. Zhe Beng, Tibetan meaning Miju symbolizes prosperity, Tibetan full name for "auspicious Jimi Ten Squares Zunshengzhou", it is the highest ranking monastery in the Gelug sect. From the monastery gate to come in, there is a long way to the scenic spots. Before we reached the temple, the clouds were so close that we could touch them from the roof. But it may be because of the plateau to reflect, go to the mountainside was breathless. The inside of the Coqen hall, is the largest building in Drepung Monastery, which can accommodate six thousand or seven thousand monks chanting the same time. The two floor for Pope Caba personally light Buddha jampa, is the most precious cultural relics of the temple. The Drepung mountain there is a flower, do not touch, with a very painful.
At seven o'clock in the evening, after a good rest in the hotel, we took a taxi to Zhepeng Temple. The gate of the temple was closed. Fortunately, our car could still go up the hill for a tip. Along the path next to the temple, the empty mountain in the evening heard only the tinkling sound of the turning barrel echoing, occasionally the lamas in red dress burning incense in front of the White Pagoda! I like the quietness of the temple at dusk very much. I feel that only the quietness of the Buddhist gate can really purify the mind and have some understanding! It is said that Lhasa is the center of Buddha's gate all over the world. Everyone's insight here is different from that of the city of Lhasa. Suddenly, there are bursts of singing and greetings to the three little sisters who took us to the mountain. They say that Tibetans are beating Aga. The enlargement of the eighth right hand is very visible. Tibetans wear red clothes while beating the top of the house and singing melodious songs. The song echoes in the empty valley at dusk and the solemnity of the temple. The last picture is a special thank you to the three little sisters who happened to lead the way enthusiastically, and the dog who followed us, who has been friendly escort since we went up the hill until we went down and watched us turn back after we arrived at the parking lot.
Sufficient time to take the No. 24 bus to the terminal, that is, Zhepengsi Station. Then it takes more than 10 minutes to walk to the gate. Along the street are some small shops. Then I need to buy tickets, 60 yuan, security check into the temple. First pass through a Naiqiong temple, free access to the temple, it is recommended to visit worship. Because maybe it's because of physical strength and energy that you can't go in again when you go down the hill. Then it's actually a highway, or you can follow Tibetans along a hillside road, and you can see some Mani Stones of the Six-character Daming Mantra. Walking through a large parking lot, Zhepeng Temple officially began. Zhepeng Monastery is a large monastery building community with beautiful white walls, especially in the sunshine. In a word, there is no need to over identify the direction, just walk up, and finally you can see an open-air exhibition platform of conch, then slowly choose another direction to go down. Several main halls will have crowds, and one point must go inside to worship the Buddha. Zhepeng Monastery as a whole still requires a lot of physical strength. The standby plan can also get off at No. 24 and find a car to drive all the way up. Of course, it will be less interesting.
Zhepeng Temple is a Gelu sect Temple of Tibetan Buddhism in China. With Gandan Temple, Sala Temple jointly known as the three major Lhasa temples. Located in the western suburb of Lhasa, under the Gengpiwuzi Mountains. The whole monastery is large in scale, with numerous white buildings spread all over the hillside. It looks like a huge rice pile in the distance, so it is called Zhe Beng. Zhe Beng, Tibetan meaning Miju symbolizes prosperity, Tibetan full name for "auspicious Jimi Ten Squares Zunshengzhou", it is the highest ranking monastery in the Gelug sect. Zhepeng Monastery, located 10 kilometers west of Lhasa, is the largest monastery in Tibet. It is connected with the whole temple and has a huge scale. It has the characteristics of Tibetan religious architecture art. Ticket 50 yuan, no student ticket. Without backpacks, cameras and plain clothes, you can save 50 oceans by swinging in from the room on the right. It's a long way from the gate of Zhepeng Temple to the scenic spot. Before we reached the temple, the clouds were so close that we could touch them from the roof. However, it may also be because of the high altitude reflection, just go to the mountainside and pant. The Chaoqin Hall inside is the largest building of Zhepeng Temple, which can accommodate 67,000 lamas to recite sutras at the same time. On the second floor of the main hall, there is a statue of Qiangba Buddha opened by Zongkaba himself, which is the most precious cultural relic in the temple.
On August 25, dozens of young people gathered at the Landmark Youth Travel Agency in Lhasa were extremely excited. These young men and women who came to Lhasa from all over the country, half came by bicycle and half by hitchhiking along National Highway 318. The so-called hitchhiking is to walk while hitchhiking. I am a hitchhiker. From Aba, Sichuan, along National Highway 318, I went through 11 days of hardship. Arrive in Lhasa. After 12 o'clock, the students still had no intention of sleeping. Anyway, they would go out at 4 o'clock, so they took out their snacks and scrambled to tell their stories on the journey. At 4 o'clock, we went out. The night sky in Lhasa was still shining with stars. It seemed that we could take it off with our hands. Ten of us took two taxis from Lhasa City to Zhepeng Temple. Who knows, traffic was controlled five kilometers away from Zhepeng Temple. All the people who went to worship Buddha were driven into the corridor made of steel tubes. Two hours later, we had already "Anza" here. Tens of thousands of followers, tourists sit quietly under the exhibition platform on the mountainside of Genpei Uzi, waiting for the annual exhibition of the giant Sakyamuni Tangka. Zhepeng Monastery is a disciple of Zongkaba, founder of Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, Jiang Yang Quji. Zhaxi Bandan was founded in 1416 A.D. Zhepeng" Tibetan means "Midui". The temple is a huge white complex built on the hills. It looks like a huge Midui in the distance, hence the name Zhepeng Temple. The annual Lhasa Shelton Festival officially opens after the Buddha exhibition ceremony in the temple. For hundreds of years, Buddha exhibition is one of the most important activities for Lhasa traditional festival, according to the precepts of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, the spring and summer when the recovery of all things, in order to avoid accidentally killing, during the Shoton Festival before, the people in their homes closed door practice to the Tibetan temple, after 30 June can be lifted out of the temple. On this day, the local believers put their own yogurt a monk, has today Sholton "", "" "snow for yogurt, meal for dinner """. "Om Mani Padm", we in the dim light, with the hands of the Tibetans, twist beads kept chanting that mantra. Everybody looked at the east side of the hill, the dawning of the day, after a while, Gu Xiula (monks honorific) will put the Buddha from the Coqen hall at knutsford. At the moment, sang Yan began to diffuse over the drepung. 7:30, morning light believers calm and quiet, the sound came from fahao temple hall, believers and tourists took off his hat, his hands clasped together chanting prayers. Hundreds of monks and believers together shoulder out of a huge Thangka paintings, in the ceremonial team and the Lama Temple monks lead, slowly toward the root peiwuzi mountain, the giant Thangka placed in stone towering, Knutsford auspicious clouds shrouded. Drepung Satin Shakya Muni Giant Buddha Thangka, high 80 meters, 41 meters wide, only a year on the first day of the Tibetan Shoton June 30, to show the true color of believers. 8 pm, accompanied by Buddha Yan started slowly, the Tibetan people out in the bosom of the white hada throw to the Buddha, and he bowed to pray, pray for all sentient beings
1 fee and time ticket 69, closing at 5:30 p.m. Suggestions to do a car, five yuan a person, save physical and time. Tibet, after all, is a plateau, like Zhepeng Temple, where there are some hills, always have to breathe heavily. And it's a large area, and it's very physically demanding. The most impressive part of Zhepeng Temple is the place where lamas read and recite sutras, just like the scene in the movie suddenly came to my eyes. I think before going to visit the temples in Tibet, at least I need to have a general idea of the historical background of the temples. Otherwise, I can only be reduced to a group of people watching the bustle.
Zhepeng Temple is one of the six major temples of the Yellow Religion (Gelu Sect). The ticket is 50 yuan per person. It costs about 50 yuan to get to Zhepeng Temple by drip express from Lhasa downtown. It is especially important to note that the gate of Zhepeng Temple is not the same as Zhepeng Temple. It is about 1.5 kilometers from the gate to Zhepeng Temple. The drip master sent us to the entrance of the temple, adding 2 yuan because of the fact that All vehicles have to pay 2 yuan to enter, so it's reasonable. Zhepeng Temple is very large, there are many halls, and Zhepeng Temple is on the hillside (3800 meters above sea level). So if you visit Zhepeng Temple, you need to climb the hill, but it's okay to walk slowly. When we visit Zhepeng Temple, there are very few people, especially quiet, and it's a good place for stunned or quiet prayers, Zhepeng Temple. A very important person, many devout believers will come here, there are still a lot of sun Buddhist terraces here. Every time we get to the Shelton Festival, there are too many people here. We turn every temple quietly, and have a pious kowtow, a trip to Tibet, and visited many temples. My personal favorite place is here. Although Dazhao temple and Zhashlenbu Temple are very famous, there are too many people to calm down. It's also convenient to take a taxi from Zhepeng Temple to Lhasa City. Drops can be called in Zhepeng Temple. It's very convenient.