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  1. Zhamei Monastery,Lijiang

  2. Zhamei Monastery,Lijiang

Zhamei Lamaist Temple located in Yongning Township Pijiang Street at the foot of mountains northwest of Goulburn, Yunnan Province is now the focus of heritage conservation units. Karmapa Living Buddha from Tibet, was built in Ming Dynasty, the temple were originally Gaju Pai. Legend has it the white founder Karmapa visits Xikang, via Yongning, that the location of the Temple Mosuo language known as the "ÔúU.S. Ge", Tibetan, who happens to be "peaceful" means, a decision in this Jiansi. - Yongzhengnianjian expansion, reform in the Gelug Sect, is the Gelug Sect (Yellow Sect), the temple. Tsongkhapa, founder of the faction known as the religious theory Gandan will Lu, Lu Gan were referred, said after the evolution of Gelug Sect, which means the good (or good law) sent to the camp named after advocating strict discipline; Because of the monks were wearing yellow Mitral, was commonly known as the Yellow Sect. 

Lijiang Zhamei Monastery

Zhamei Lamaist Temple Mosuo Yunnan is the largest and Pumi Tibetan Buddhism (commonly known as Lamaism) temple. Temple occupies the entire 24,000 square meters, the main hall of the main building, about Piandian, were three pavilions, civil structures, Houqianghuangwa, erected a gold-plated copper roof, the magnificent, become a spectacular. Piandian the west, the plastic is about 12 meters high gold-plated seated Maitreya, the Buddha five crown headdress, holding wishful Baozhu, clay sculpture is a typical Tibetan style. Piandian within the four walls are painted six murals for the change of Buddhism, fine lines, colors Ming, modeling lively, with murals of the same Tibetan areas of Sichuan, not Han Buddhism and Taoism and the impact of murals. Around the great hall, surrounded Sengshe, formed to Zhudian as the center of the complex. The original more than 700 monks, are Mosuo and Pumi. Temple in the "Cultural Revolution" movement have been destroyed, only one Piandian. 1986, the fund-raising by the local religious figure, the state appropriate subsidies, as is rehabilitation of the main hall. Is the basic repair, a monk of more than 100 people. 
Zhamei Lamaist Temple Monastery serving the main benefits Luosang history of the Living Buddha, was born in Nanjing Yongning County Apgar Chieftain Mosuo families of Wing Ning Zongguan A few clouds brother, 3-year-old was considered to be at Chek straight microphone Sichuan Daocheng of the Living Buddha Reincarnated soul boy, 12-year-old into Lhasa, Tibet's Drepung Monastery of San Dasi one of the 26-year-old Living Buddha of the Drepung Monastery for 28 years (1955) to return to Yongning Temple Zhamei Lamaist Temple of the Lord now. He incumbent member of the Chinese Buddhist Association, member of the governing Buddhist Association of Yunnan, Lijiang Prefecture CPPCC vice chairman of the Work Committee.

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