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Labrang Monastery
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 0.5 kilometers west of Xiahe County, Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. The real name is Dan Xiazhub Dajiyi Suqibei, referred to as Zhaxiqi Temple. It is one of the six monasteries of the Gelugpa (Huangjiao) of Tibetan Buddhism (the Lamaism) in China. It is generally called the Labrang Monastery. The first Segamu-like Awang Songzhe master was founded in the 48th year of Qing Emperor Kangxi (1709). In the 53rd year of Emperor Kangxi (1714), the "Lezhang" (namely Jiamu-like Buddha official) was established, and the "Lazhang" sound became "Labor", meaning the highest living Buddha's residence in the temple. Temple is located north to south, covering a total area of 866,000 square meters, with a construction area of more than 400,000 square meters. The main halls are more than 90, including six colleges, 16 Buddhist temples, and 18 dynasties (the Great Living Buddha Palace) ), and the altar, the French Garden, the Buddhist scriptures, the Buddhist pagoda, etc., formed a group of magnificent buildings with Tibetan characteristics, housing more than 10,000. The composition of the religious system of the Labor Monastery is based on the six major colleges of Wensi, Medicine, Shilun, Jijingang, Shangshang and the next continuation, and is the most complete institution in the temples of the entire Mongolian-Tibet region. Wensi College is its center, also known as the Great Hall. There are hundreds of houses in the front hall, front courtyard, main hall and apse. It covers an area of more than ten acres and is a mixed structure of Tibetan and ancient palaces. There are gilt bronze tiles, copper goats and Faluns, squats, bottles and other decorative objects. It is mainly based on the sects, focusing on the five major theories of Indian Buddhist scholars ("Explanation Theory", "Buddhism", "Medium View", "The House", "The Discipline". All the temples in the temple are made of local stone, wood, earth and anise, and rarely use metal. The whole building is narrow and narrow, almost trapezoidal, and the outer stone is inside the wood. There is a "no seeing wood outside, no stone inside". Each temple is painted with red, yellow, white and other earthy pigments according to its different functions and grades. The balcony room is covered with colored cloth curtains. The top and the walls of the large and medium-sized buildings are covered with copper and gold. , Aquarius, , Jinding, lion. Some of the halls also blend and absorb the achievements of the Han Chinese architecture, adding a palace-style roof, and resurfacing gold and copper tiles or green glazed tiles. More than 10,000 pieces of ethnic cultural relics and Buddhist art are collected in the Labrang Monastery. There are 16 Buddhas in the halls with a height of 8 meters or more of bronze or sandalwood carvings. A variety of small and medium-sized Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, Buddhist pagodas, and musical instruments are numerous. The temple also houses the clothing and other daily necessities of the masters of the Jiaji class, as well as the golden seals, seals, seals, large plaques, thousand Buddha trees, pearl towers, jade Ruyi, meteorites, hippocampus and so on.
Sangke Grassland
Less than Gannan, I don't know China's big; not Xiahe, I don't know the beauty of Gansu. This is everyone who has been to Xiahe, and all of them are sentimental. In the vast plateau of Gansu, Xiahe is like a piece of jade embedded in yellow satin, which is particularly dazzling. There is no shortage of grass and green grass here, both the vastness of the grasslands and the softness of the streams. There are both blue sky and white clouds, and there are yak and Tibetan sheep active. With a unique original natural appearance, she showed the world a landscape gallery like a three-dimensional scroll. The Sangke grassland is located in Xiahe, Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Gansu Province. It belongs to meadow grassland with an average elevation of over 3,000 meters and a grassland area of 70 square kilometers. It is one of the main animal husbandry bases in Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. With a small population and a large population of only 4,000 herders, the grassland is vast and endless. It is an extremely valuable natural tourist attraction. There are two Tibetan tent reception stations, which are used to set up Tibetan bags from July to September every year. They prepare fresh Tibetan tea, clams, Tibetan bags, hand-caught lamb and other Tibetan specialties, and are also prepared for tourists. Horses, yaks, shooting bonfire evenings and other grassland tourist shows. Visitors can enjoy the mysterious and simple Tibetan customs here. There are inhabited Tibetan compatriots who can sing and dance, and still retain a rich and simple folk customs and rich grassland culture. The Sanke Prairie Scenic Area is characterized by its unique natural landscape, long history and culture, and rich ethnic customs.
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