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Ganzi Pagoda

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Ta Gong Temple is a well-known Tibetan flower temple in Tibet. It has a high status in Tibetan Buddhism and its temple architecture is magnificent.

It is rumored that Princess Wencheng entered Tibet and married Songtsan Gambo in 641 AD. The main hall built here is enshrined and dedicated to the founder of the Sect of Flower Sakya, a statue of Bandi Tak. Shakyamuni wore a gold-plated hat), and presented the three "Jews of the Witch" brought to the temple by Princess Wencheng to Tibet, giving this statue the power to protect the country and protect the country. It is said that religious people can't go to Lhasa to worship the Buddha, but they can also go to Ta Gong to worship the "Jew." The temple is surrounded by Oriental White Pagoda, Huang Pei in the South, Red Pagoda in the West, and Green Pagoda in the North. The tower is composed of nearly a hundred stupas with different shapes behind the temple. It is magnificent, solemn, and magnificent. Cultural Features. Every year on the 30th day of the lunar calendar, a grand Buddhist event is held to celebrate the victory of Shakyamuni's victory over the people. People from all parts of the country gathered in the tower to worship the "witch", turn the tower, and watch music and dance (god dancing). . Incense continues throughout the temple, and there are endless stream of tourists, pilgrims from home and abroad.



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