Labrang Monastery is one of the six monasteries of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It is known as the "World Library of Tibet" in the world. There are no thieves in the world. Liu Ruoying and Bao Qiang meet here. Every year, the lunar calendar has a grand law in July. Yes, there are wonderful performances of jumping and dancing in the square, and the four parties are dressed up to attend, and they are surrounded by water.
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The outermost periphery of Labrang Monastery is the longest prayer wheel in the world. The circumference is more than 3 kilometers. It consists of more than 2,000 large and small prayer cylinders. Individuals can be kept together, and the small perimeter is only about 1 meter. Walking along the promenade, turning these prayer wheels in turn, takes more than an hour to play. The prayer wheel is also called the Mani scripture. Tibetan Buddhism believes that the more the six-word mantra is held, the more devout the Buddhas piety, the more painful it is, the more regrettable the past, the disaster relief, the merits of the accumulation. A good way, therefore, people make the "Well?" scriptures, and the "six-character big mantra" is wrapped in a cylinder and shaken by hand. The Tibetan people put the scriptures in the prayer cylinder. After chanting the scriptures once, he said that he repeatedly recited the "six-character big mantra" that was hundreds of times more than a thousand times. The prayer wheel has been weather-beaten and mottled, like the face of a devout Tibetan, and concentrates on it. Whether it is raining in the sunny days, sunrise and sunset, the ancient and sacred prayer wheel will always turn down clockwise and push the believers in peace with the strong right hand of the Tibetans. Up to the old woman with white hair, the young lama who is ten years old, always keeps awe and humility in front of the prayer wheel. For many years, this prayer wheel was in the cycle of life and death, in the six-character mantra of Communication between the Buddha and the Tibetans.
Labrang Monastery is located in Xiahe County of Gannan District. It is one of the six major temples of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. The temple has a grand scale and is regarded as the "World Tibetan Academy" by the world.
I remember that in the "No Thief in the World", when Liu Ruoying looked at the Labrang Monastery, he saw the glittering Buddha light, so he went to the temple to bow down and pray, and then there is a story behind it. I believe that there must be a place of the gods here.
The more in-depth understanding, the more you know the greatness of this temple. Labrang Monastery is the accent of the Tibetan "Lezhang", meaning the residence of the living Buddha master. It not only becomes a sacred religious buddha of Buddhism, but also a comprehensive institution for the dissemination of knowledge and a cultural and artistic center for Tibetans throughout the Amdo region. Won the title of the second Tibet. It also has the world's longest long corridor, with more than 1,700 prayer wheels and a few miles.
In the "No thief in the world", Liu Ruoying worshipped the temple, Andy Lau walked through the corridor, Li Bingbing's pilgrimage crowd, and the silly-built Tibetan temples, and the children who picked up the candy and laughed and ran away. The location filming of the storyline was completed at Labrang Monastery. Labrang Monastery is the accent of the Tibetan "Lezhang", meaning the residence of the living Buddha master. It is one of the six monasteries of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism and is known as the "World Library of Tibet" by the world. The Labrang Monastery has the longest corridor in the world. There are more than 1,700 prayer barrels, which surround the entire monastery and stretch for 3.5 kilometers. It is very spectacular. It takes about one and a half hours to turn all the prayer wheels. The long prayer corridor is the road of hope for the Tibetans. It is the way for the soul to transcend the world and enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, every day, many people turn around and pray here every day!
Labrang Monastery is one of the six monasteries of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It is known as the World Library of Tibet by the world. In the winter Labrang Monastery, visitors are scattered, feel the tranquility here, and settle their souls. The current monks are not isolated from the world as we have imagined before, devote themselves to practice, and do not care about the world. They drive cars, play mobile phones, play WeChat, bring watches, some monks also eat chicken, fish is absolutely not touched, I think this is to keep up with the times, they also play football in the square, kick the shuttlecock, do some collective sports, I am very much looking forward to the debate this time and I have no chance to see it. More money, less money, has nothing to do with the quality of happiness. I think that people may also have troubles, but they are concentrating on practicing in a relatively calm and less awkward place, and the troubles will naturally dissipate faster.
Bajiao Ancient City - a defensive city pool with no dead ends
octagonal ancient city, located on the eastern side of the Ganga grassland. The ancient city broke the convention of square-shaped urban buildings in China and foreign countries, and constructed the city pool according to the "hollow cross shape". Since there are one piers in each of the eight directions protruding outward, the city has 8 corners and 36 faces. The shape, the Tibetan literature called it "Karl Zhongcheng", meaning "" city. Because of its unique architectural structure, when the enemy attacks, one can only enter one person at a time, and can not ride horses. It is a very representative and easy-to-understand city. The local residents said that the city was built in Xixia, and archaeologists consulted the literature that Qizhong City was formed for the Western Han Dynasty.
Labrang Monastery - Tibetan Buddhism in Tsinghua University
Labrang Monastery Tibetan translation is "the private residence of the Da Lama." Tibetan temples are divided into two types, one is the temple courtyard, the other is the college-style temple, the Labrang Monastery is a college-style temple, and it is also the highest institution of the world's Tibetan Academy, and is known as the Labrang Monastery of the world's Tibetan studies. The Labrang Monastery has a history of more than 300 years. It was built in the Kangxi reign of the Qing Dynasty. There are 6 colleges and 18 Buddhist temples.
This trip lasted three nights at the Tibetan inn on the edge of the Labrang Monastery. After the end of each day, or early in the morning, we will always go to Labrang Monastery for an hour or two. In the morning, the Labrang Monastery is busy than the imagination. In the morning mist, the temple is soaking in smoke and walking to the longest corridor in the world. Many Tibetans have been passing around the temple. I read the six-character mantra, and the foot is full of wind, just to make a turn. Occasionally, you can see the long-headed people. Every step they take, every head of the arm is faith supporting the body. Sometimes I sit on the edge of the promenade, basking in the sun of Gannan, watching people coming and going, and my thoughts are no longer knowing where to go.
Jingdong Gannan Pavilion - This private museum takes you into the Labrang Folk Culture World
Jingdong Labrang Gannan Pavilion is not a mere museum, but it has a collection of exhibits carefully collected by the owner. Through them, you can A glimpse of the corner of the folklore culture of Gannan Labrang. Here, the colorful and original religious folk culture of Gannan Tibetan people is gathered, and the original culture of Tibetan culture is displayed from different angles. The second floor of the venue is a folk museum, and it is also a private museum of Mr. Ma. There are more than 2,000 exhibits, which he collected over 30 years.