Nanwu Temple is located in the center of Kangding City, convenient transportation, bus direct access, the temple is built according to the mountain, the scale is relatively large, it was built in the early Ming Dynasty, a long history, is one of the most famous Tibetan Buddhist temples in the local.
Nanwu Temple is a well-known temple in Kangding. Its Tibetan name is Namu Temple. It is located in Nanwu Village, 2.5 kilometers south of Kangding City. It is known as the "Double Temple Cloud Forest" together with the adjacent Jingang Temple. It is a must-see ancient scene in Kangding .
According to legend, Nanwu Temple was first a branch temple of the Potala Palace Nangjiazhacang. It was moved from Paoma Mountain to its current location at that time, and the plaque "Nanwu Temple" was given by the Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty.
This is a place with a purely strong religious atmosphere. There are no tickets and there are not too many tourists. The temple is very quiet, with wisps of Tibetan incense flowing from the main hall.
Nanwu Temple is located 2.5 kilometers south of Kangding City. It was built by the great lama Sangjie Xingqin in 867. It has a thousand-year history and belongs to the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism.
Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty gave the name plaque of the Hanwen Temple to the temple with the homophonic "Lamzi" "Nanwu Temple". In later history, the monks of this temple came out in large numbers. In addition, the Handi Lamas Xian Sheng Neng Hai, Chao Yi, Guan Kong, Yong Guang, etc. have many years of experience in studying and practicing Buddhism in this temple.
Nice place, great value for money and worth a visit.
There is an uphill road along the archway of Nanwu Village. On the way, I met a Tibetan aunt who enthusiastically took us to the temple. The entrance of the temple is being repaired, and the new gate tower is magnificent. In order to protect the ancient trees, there was a tree passing through the gatehouse. The temple is a courtyard structure, majestic, solemn and rich. When we went, the lamas in the main hall were chanting, and the sound penetrated the forehead and hit the soul. There are a few believers in the auxiliary hall who are walking around the Buddha.