Heri Temple is a Ningma sect temple located in Zeku County, Huangnan Prefecture. Behind the temple is a mountain with four large stone sutra walls, commonly known as Heri Shijing, which is the largest stone sutra ever found in China. The largest stone wall stands on the right side of the Great Scripture Hall, 3 meters high, 2.5 meters thick, 200 meters long, engraved scriptures for the world famous Buddhist classic "Ganjul" Tibetan scriptures. Plus three other stone scriptures, the total length of nearly 300 meters, all with the size of slate engraved with scriptures. The contents of the scriptures are the famous Tibetan Buddhist works Danzhuer, Dabanruo, and more than a thousand Buddhist stories are carved in stone. The number of words in the book is over 200 million, the stone carving project is vast and vast, fully shows the Tibetan people hard-working spirit and wisdom, is a rare human landscape at home and abroad, is known as the world "the marvel of stone books." The east end of the wall has a long 9 meters, wide 9 meters, 10 meters high, the engraved text is the world famous Buddhist classic "Danjul" the Great Tibetan. The largest stone warp wall is 15 meters long, wide 1.3 to 1.5 meters, high 1.2 meters of stone warp wall, there are 17 kinds of scriptures.
When I went there was a bit cloudy, showing the magnificence of the grasslands in the pastoral area. The local people would say that there is very little sinicization, but I still met the help of the enthusiastic and handsome Tibetan police (though they said it was not good). I think the place that is more Tibet than Tibet is Qinghai!
The lama in the monastery let us watch the process of the mandala, although I don't quite understand it. At the local lunch, I asked the store if he could make scrambled eggs with tomatoes. The store said how to do it. We said we would put some sugar in it, which was sour and sweet. Unexpectedly, the store went to buy us sugar, so moved!
Heri Temple: It is also known as Chegeng Temple and Chegenger Temple. It is called Heri Gongte Che Tashi Lin in Tibetan, which means Heri Miaocheng Jixiang Zhou. Located 90 kilometers northwest of the county government and 2 kilometers south of the seat of Imawari Township Government