The temple that Madame Curie lived in was actually a yellow monastery of the Gelugian Tibetan sect, but it was not big, but it had two different characteristics and could be seen from other Tibetan monasteries.
1. Location: Xindu Bridge is about 5 km away from a fork road on the road back to Kangding, which is relatively uninhabited and sparsely populated;
2. Time: nine to five;
3. Price: 15rmb, yes, you see it right, it is like the Pagoda Temple, it is charged tickets, small pits;
4. Watch points: (1) The Shari Pagoda is in the piece, there are the dead Buddha's Shari, there are the Dumu's offerings, slightly spectacular, but not photography, after all, the deceased's residence; (2) The murals, the temple does not offer the Buddha statue of Shakyamuni, but there are 600 years ago Tibetan paintings in the temple, in order to protect the specially repaired wood cabinets to preserve, we should take the initiative to ask the monks to show and explain; (3) The celestial burial platform, except for the few places outside Sedar, can see the celestial burial, the day before the ceremony was held, there are knife and axes and marks on the platform. The celestial burial platform is at the end of the village next to the temple, and it takes ten minutes to walk, with strong Tibetan customs, which is shocking.
Three stars, mainly due to the rare earth burial table, can be seen on the way, not far.
Located in Juli Village, Waze Township, Xinduqiao Town, Kangding County, the Juli Temple is one of the Huangjiao temples in Kangding County. During the thirteenth Rao Jiong year of the Tibetan calendar, the Waze Lama Rosang Badeng applied to move the temple site from Yingguan Village to Current Curie position. The temple of the Curie Temple is built at the foot of the Goddess of Vajra. The second Khenpo Awangdodan (the emperor of the seventh great monk), the 24th Khenpo Sanji Gengden and the opening of the Curie Temple in 1983 During the German period, the Curie Temple was built and expanded, and the precious temple cultural relics such as the Sanyi cultural relics and the fine five-buddha bronze statue were protected.
Curie Temple, the Gelug Sect Huangjiao monastery near Kangding, quietly, read the scriptures, listened to the master's explanation of the temple, circled the temple, and took a seat at the master's house. The masters are very hospitable and a wonderful experience [强]
Then follow the signs and follow the small river to the well-known Curie Temple, which has become a sacred place in the hearts of nearby Tibetans because of its celestial burial platform. I asked the Tibetans all the way, and finally came to the Curie Temple deep in the mountains. When I visited the temple, I found that the gate of the temple was tightly locked. After purchasing a 10 yuan ticket, I went to the temple with a female Han tour guide to visit the ancient and mottled precious murals. The Tibetan people I especially like simple and strong colors. The temple is full of carved beams and painted buildings, bright and eye-catching, red, yellow, blue, green and white.
Tickets are 10 yuan. There is also a celestial burial platform in the Curie Temple, but for us, we no longer have any desire to explore. In the temple, listen to the lamas chanting the scriptures. There are also treasured scriptures on the second floor of the temple.
The most impressive Tibetan temple in Xinduqiao in Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture is the Juli Temple, which is the nearest to Xinduqiao Town. The location is in Juli Village, Xinduqiao Town. It takes a few kilometers to walk from Xinduqiao to Juli Temple on the mountain road. You can also go there by motorbike. Small cars can pass through, and the road conditions are not very good. Xinduqiao is a "photographic paradise" that countless photography enthusiasts yearn for, especially in late autumn. Along the way from Xinduqiao to the Juli Temple, you can see the natural flowers, barley land, plateau pastures, and Tibetan houses. When the weather is clear, it is best to take pictures in the temple, with the mottled ancient walls and pure white pagodas. You must get permission to take pictures of lamas or take photos with them. There is also a celestial burial platform on the hillside behind the Curie Temple. The celestial burial is generally not allowed to be visited by people. Don't be too curious, but also awe for the dead and gods.