Lhasa's famous and only free monastery is very grounded, and many local Tibetans go to worship. The incense burns vigorously and even has a Chinese Buddhist incense burner. Traditionally, many mainland Chinese who do business in Lhasa go to worship and seek money! The monastery is not big, supporting Zakiram, auspicious Mother of Heaven! It is said to be the patron saint of Lhasa. Tibetans pray for peace on Monday, wealth on Wednesday, health on Friday, crowds of people, to line up. I went there on Sunday, and there were many people. I stood in line for more than ten minutes. Tibetan custom is to use liquor to support Zakiram. So the temple tastes like wine. It can be purchased in a monastery for 10 yuan. There are also small shops in front of the monastery, as well as pine and cypress branches, which are sold in smoke for burning, which is a way to provide for mountain gods. There are many people outside the monastery who pay for money, especially children. They are more sticky and slippery than many monasteries, perhaps because there are more Han people.
Zaki Temple is the only temple in Tibet that worships the God of wealth. Legend has it that the God of wealth here is very effective. So Zaki Temple has a special custom of worshipping the God of wealth in Zaki Temple. It is that the worshiper needs to buy a bunch of mugwort pine leaves outside the temple, then a bottle of liquor in the small shop inside the temple, and then enter the temple to give two items to the Lama Club immediately to open the cap of liquor and liquor. If you don't have any change, you can find it on your own. It's scattered on the donation case. From one hundred to one corner of the bill, there's no one to look after it. I saw an aunt take out one dollar and put it respectfully on the donation case and then on the donation case. Ninety cents in change
The Potala Palace, which entered at 1:00 p.m., can only stay for one hour because of a group tour. At the end of our visit to Bugong, we are going to visit Zaki Monastery. We heard that there is an argumentation. Fifteen yuan from Bugong. When we got to the door, we were tourists. We were asked to buy 50 yuan tickets. Because the day we went was Sunday, we said that we did not distinguish scriptures, so we did not go in and strolled around at will. After tasting sweet tea and noodles, I feel good.
The environment is very good, but it's hard to stop, so I have to walk over.
Zaki Temple is in the centre of Tibet, and it is not very large. Tibetan Buddhist temples generally do not provide incense, but this small temple is prosperous. Originally, Zaki Temple is the only temple of wealth in Tibet. It is said that at first, this temple was built specifically for foreigners to seek peace, but most of the foreigners are businessmen, who have special experience after paying homage to the gods in Zaki Temple. As a result, it has gradually become what we call the Temple of Wealth. The legend of the goddess Zaki worshipped in the temple hall comes from the mainland, so the Han people who come to worship the temple also bring the custom of offering incense and fire to the temple here.
Zaki Temple, located in the outskirts of Lhasa, Tibet, is the only God of wealth temple in Tibet. Its incense is very prosperous. It is a branch of the Sala Temple of the Gelu Temple of Tibetan religion. It is a ticket-free visit. On the wall of the entrance there are pictures of Mongolian people controlling tigers, implying the harmony and tolerance of nature.