Only when I went did I realize that this was the place where Chairman Mao stayed and rested. It is also the birthplace of the Boyang Sect, which has a unique style in the history of Chinese Buddhism and has a long history. There is also a magical oil and salt stone, even now there is perennial water, very magical appearance. The temple is very quiet and quiet. There aren't many tourists. I heard it was repaired because of the reason.
Located on the mountainside of Yushan Mountain in Ningxiang County, under Pilu Peak. It is the origin of Fengyang Sect, one of the five major Buddhist sects of Southern Zen in China. Zen Buddhism has the theory of "one flower and five leaves" and the Fengyang Sect is the first one of the five leaves. In the temple's Thousand-Handed Thousand-Eye Guanyin Cultural Park, there are 1000-Handed Thousand-Eye Guanyin Holy Statues about 100 meters high. Avalokitesvara statues can only appreciate the appearance, but can not enter the interior. The three sides of Avalokitesvara statues are 33 Avalokitesvara statues. There are four heavenly kings ahead and below, which are vividly carved.
The Miyin Temple in the early morning is fairy and cloudy. It's very cheap to buy tickets here.
Driving from Zhuzhou City to Fengshan Miyinchan Temple in Ningxiang, from Zhuzhou North to Shanghai-Kunming Expressway to Yueling-Linyue Expressway and Changshaoluo Expressway, from Huitangxia Expressway to Carbon River Ancient City, Huangcai Town and Huangcai Reservoir, along the winding mountain highway in Fengshan, climbed nearly 20 kilometers of uphill road, took nearly 3 hours, because of the relatively few tourists in working days, the scenic area occupied 9,000 square meters, and 10,000 Buddhas. There are more than twelve thousand Buddhas in the hall. One of them is all gold. It is 99.19 meters high and has a thousand eyes. Generally speaking, the scenic area has a good environment and the tickets are small and expensive.
Thousands of years old temple in the mountains, the scenery air is quite good! It's worth a visit!