Yinna Mountain is located in the Yanyang Town, Meixian District, eastern Guangdong Province. Lingguang Temple, an ancient temple in the foothills of the mountain, attracts many tourists. Lingguang Temple whose original name is Shengshou Temple, and Guangzhou Guangxiao Temple, Shaoguan Nanhua Temple, and Chaozhou Kaiyuan Temple are the four famous temples in Guangdong. This temple was built in the Tang Dynasty. It has been a popular temple for thousands of years.
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The scenery of the mountains and the multi-spirited show, Meizhou Lingguang Temple is one of them. The ancient temple in the deep mountains and Guangzhou Guangxiao Temple, Shaoguan Nanhua Temple, Chaozhou Kaiyuan Temple are collectively known as the four famous temples in Guangdong.
Lingguang Temple For more than 1,000 years, the incense has continued to maintain a quiet temperament, and it is truly a "clean place of Buddhism." The most famous landscape of
Lingguang Temple is the life and death tree in front of the temple. The two trees have been handed down for the hands of the founder of the mountain. They have a history of more than 1,100 years. The dead trees have not gone through more than 300 spring and autumn, and they are accompanied by the other side of the tree. It is amazing!
Lingguang Temple was originally Shengshou Temple. It is said that during the Hongwu period, the eastern Guangdong Supervisor Yu Shimei Ding was taken by the Chaoan River to Meixian County. When passing through the Pengtan Town of Songkou Town, the wind and rain suddenly became a storm, and the raging river flooded into the cabin. When it was over, suddenly there was a loud noise and the wind stopped. However, when a monk with a dusty hand was on board the ship, after a few mouthfuls, it was calm and calm. Yushi later went to Shengshou Temple to enter the incense. The woodcarving Buddha statue in the temple was exactly the same as the life-saving monk. Then he set aside two thousand silver, expanded the temple, and renamed Shengshou Temple as Lingguang Temple. The hillside near the
Lingguang Temple is an infinite tea garden. It is foggy all year round and is extremely suitable for the growth of tea.
Looking at the layers of tea gardens, as if enjoying a freehand pastoral painting...
There are four-faced Buddhas in Bangkok and Lingguang Temple in Guangdong. Many friends come to worship in the distance. Lingguang Temple, one of the four famous temples in Guangdong, is surrounded by the four auras. It is said that there are three musts and three odds. The tree of life and death, the top of pineapple, the top without leaves are called the three light, the stone snails and the raw fish. The five-color finch is called the three singular sensations. At present, Sanqi has rarely been seen.
Lingguang three absolutely Tips:
1, in front of the Emmanuel Temple, there are two imposing cypress trees, one life and one death, one glory and one dry, we call life and death tree. The cypress on the right side is said to have been hand-planted by the Tang Dynasty sorghum Pan Chong, and it has been a thousand years old. The cypress on the left side, although dead for nearly four hundred years, is dead and immortal, and the two trees are in harmony. Known as one of the three auras.
2, Daxiong Hall is often full of cigarettes, but there is no cigarette smoker. It is said that the Dou Doujing well at the top of the temple plays a role. Because it resembles a pineapple, it is called "pineapple top" and is one of the three best of the aura. The algae well was built in the Ming Dynasty. It has a history of more than 600 years. The whole structure has not used a nail. It is built with more than 1,000 pieces of rectangular wood. It can be described as a ghost.
3, the last one is "top without leaves", the main hall of Daxiong is backed by green hills, surrounded by green trees, but there is no leaf on the roof, it is very magical. I have been observing with my friends for a long time, and I really haven't found the leaves. If I want to confirm this, I can look at it again in the fall.