The temple is located in the bustling area of Kangding main city, usually within walking distance. The temple is built on the mountain, and it has a large scale. There are many monks in the temple. Its family belongs to the Ningma sect of Tibetan Buddhism (Hongjiao), and its incense is prosperous.
A large Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Kangding City (belonging to the Red Dialect Funingma School) was built in the early Yuan Dynasty and has been around for over 700 years. It stands on a mountain, with a solemn atmosphere and a blazing incense.
Jingang Temple is located outside Kangding County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. From the government square, take bus No. 1/2 and get off at the Tibet Hospital Station. Walk back several tens of meters and you will see the torii of Jingang Village. Follow the path for about 100 meters and you will arrive at Jingang Temple. Entering the gate of the monastery is a large dam, surrounded by houses where monks usually live and practice. They are square and regularly covered with prayer flags. There are several large prayer wheels inside. The frescoes at King Kong Temple are worth observing. Because of the weather and materials, artisans are now asked to recolor the murals every year.
Beautiful Kangding, beautiful girls, beautiful temples.
Kangding Jingang Temple, adjacent to Nanwu Temple, is a red sect temple, according to legend, was built in the late 15th century.
The Jingang Temple is slightly smaller than Anjue Temple, but it is one of the earliest Nyingma Sect monasteries in Ganzi Prefecture. The temple is a quadrangular courtyard, in which the main hall is a bucket-shaped building, which is a combination of Tibetan and Chinese. It is magnificent and majestic. The poplar trees in the temple are towering and the environment is quiet. Together with the nearby Nanwu Temple, it forms a double wall in the southern suburbs of Kangding.