The so-called quiet in the bustle is nothing better than this. The place is not big, pure and elegant, take a close look, step by step. When I first saw the plaque, it was written "Shen Xiangge". I didn't understand it. I didn't find any introduction on the internet. Later, I read the comments of my friends. It was clear that in ancient times "Shen" "Shen" was interlinked and "Shen" was used to indicate the age.
It is located in downtown Town God's Temple, but it is quiet in the downtown area. It is a little away from the core area of Yu Garden. The monastery buildings retained the main body of the basic buildings in the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China, which belonged to the well-preserved. The treasure of Zhensi is Avalokitesvara.
Chenxiang Pavilion is now the seat of the Nizhong Section of Shanghai Buddhist College. Cixiu'an large bowl of plain noodles is 10 yuan a bowl. Many loving grandparents eat noodles in Suzhai Hall. Some people also help wash dishes. The soft glutinous Shanghai dialect is accompanied by the chant of Buddha, and the nuns and the masses are busy in an orderly manner. Although the nunnery hall is small and old, it emits the unique magnetic field of the old temple in the Taoist field of Han Buddhism. Leave the incense with tickets on the candlestick. If the heart is pure, the incense will not burn. If the heart is not pure, burning bad incense pollutes the air. Why?
Chenxiang Pavilion is one of the five key monasteries in the Han nationality area of Buddhism in Shanghai, and the fourth batch of key cultural relics protection units in China are famous for offering Chenxiang Guanyin. During the Wanli period of the Ming Dynasty, Pan Yunduan supervised the water transport and dredged the Huaihe River to salvage an aloes Guanyin. Legend has it that a king of Southeast Asia paid tribute to Emperor Yangdi in the Sui Dynasty. When he passed through the Huaihe River, he fell to the bottom of the river in storms and waves. Pan Yunduan put the salvaged Avalokitesvara in the Buddhist Pavilion at home for support. Later, when Pan Jiadao fell, the Buddhist Pavilion in the original private house became a temple, and finally moved to the present address. Incidentally, the most famous Yu Garden in Shanghai was also a private garden built by Pan Yunduan. However, the Avalokitesvara was destroyed during the Cultural Revolution, and the one now worshipped was later donated by believers in Hong Kong, Southeast Asia and other places. It was re-carved according to that one.
Chenxiang Pavilion, formerly known as "Ciyun Zen Temple", covers an area of 2378 mu. It is a unique Bichuni temple. There are Tianwang Palace, Daxiong Palace, Guanyin Pavilion, Kalan Palace and Yingci Master Memorial Hall in the Cabinet. Chenxiang Pavilion is famous for its worship of "Chenxiang Guanyin". The original image of Guanyin has been destroyed in ten years of catastrophe. The present Guanyin Pavilion is dedicated to the image of Ruyilun Guanyin donated by Hong Kong followers. In front of the Pavilion there are four pillars, three gates and double eaves archway, with the words "Chenxiang Pavilion" written by Shamenghai. In the Temple of Heavenly Kings, Maitreya wore a Tianchuan on his head and his right foot on his left foot. This is the Bodhisattva face of Maitreya when he was practicing in heaven. It is the true image of Maitreya, which is quite different from that of Maitreya in general monasteries. Four heavenly kings stand on both sides, which is different from the general Buddhist Temple sitting posture. The central part of Daxiong Palace is "Three Saints of Huayan". Among them are Luxena Buddha, Manjusri on both sides, around the service of the sages, and Brahma, where the emperor releases two gods. This kind of offering is also rare in Jiangnan monasteries. Avalokitesvara Cabinet is dedicated to Avalokitesvara, known as "Ruyilun Avalokitesvara". Chenxiang Pavilion is as famous as Longhua, Jing'an and Jade Buddha. In 1988, it was listed as one of the first batch of 142 key open temples in China by the State Council. Today, though not the original image, Avalokitesvara still has both form and spirit. It is a treasure of Buddha and its incense is flourishing all day long.
The Xiang Xiang Pavilion is located in the Yu Garden area of the old city of Town God's Temple in Shanghai. With a very long history, most of the existing buildings were left in the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China. After careful maintenance, they have become the largest Nizhong Daochang and the Bichouni Branch of Buddhist College in Shanghai.
Chenxiang Pavilion, located at No. 29 Chenxiangge Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, covers an area of 2378 mu. It is the only monastery dedicated to Chenxiang Guanyin in Shanghai and a key historical site in the old city chamber. The pavilion is built by the owner of Yu Garden, Pan Yunduan.
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Chenxiangge Pavilion, also known as Ciyun Chanyuan, is located at 29 Chenxiangge Road, Shanghai. It and five Buddhist monasteries in Shanghai, such as the Jade Buddha Temple, Longhua Temple, Jing'an Temple and Yuanming Lecture Hall, were listed by the State Council in 142 key monasteries in the Han nationality region in April 1983. Chenxiang Pavilion was built in Wanli of Ming Dynasty and rebuilt in 1815. It was renamed Ciyun Temple, but it is still called Chenxiang Pavilion by the people. The monastery is quite large, with Maitreya Hall and Shanmen Stone Square in front, Daxiong Palace, Chenxiang Buddhist Hall, Hexuan, Qiandian Zen Hall and left and right wing buildings. The architectural form of the pavilion is solemn and elegant, which is very prominent in the whole temple. In the Qing Dynasty, the Pavilion prayed for the city officials for sunshine and rain. Before the Longevity Palace was built in Shanghai, the birthday of the emperor and Empress Dowager was celebrated here. Therefore, the incense is vigorous and famous in Shanghai.