After the failure of the Anti-Qing Dynasty, Mr. Lizhou built the Longhu Mountain Cottage in Hua'an Mountain in his later years and engaged in reading and writing. In the winter of the 27th year of Emperor Kangxi's reign (1688) in the Qing Dynasty, at the age of 79, the husband found a cemetery here and built a very simple Shengkuang tomb. Mr. Zhou also wrote "The Last Order of Lizhou" and "Burial System or Questions" to warn his children and grandchildren that after his death, he would use the clothes he usually wears to be buried in the coffin, "a blanket and a bedding, a stone bed, no coffin, no Buddhist affairs, no seven Seventh, all propaganda, witchcraft, and engravings are not used at all.” According to his instructions, the body was buried in the cave, no coffin was used, and no tombstone was erected. In the early Qing Dynasty, the famous historian Yinxian Quan Zuwang wrote the Shinto inscription, and Xiaoshan Mao Qiling wrote the epitaph. During the "Cultural Revolution", Huang Zongxi's tomb was destroyed. Partially restored in 1981, the tomb sits west and faces southeast, and the front is shaped like a lotus leaf gable, built with staggered stones. In the middle is a tombstone inscribed with a vertical stone, with the seven characters "Mr. Huanggong Lizhou's Tomb" engraved on it. There is a stone sacrificial table in front of the stele, an altar paved with cobblestones, and a stone bench on each side. The tomb is surrounded by towering mountains, and the green shade covers the sun, giving people a sense of solemnity and tranquility. Huang Zongxi (1610-1695), courtesy name Taichong, numbered Lizhou, also called Nanlei, was a native of Yuyao, Zhejiang. His father Huang Zunsu was a Wanli Jinshi, Tian Qizhong was a censor, and a member of the Donglin Party. He was demoted and returned to his nationality for his impeachment against Wei Zhongxian. He was later imprisoned and tortured to death. Nineteen-year-old Huang Zongxi Nai went to Beijing to file a lawsuit for grievances, and attacked the mastermind with a cone in the courthouse, chasing and killing the murderer. After Huang Zongxi returned to his hometown, he became even more angry at reading, and he learned from the famous philosopher Liu Zongzhou, and obtained the study of Jishan. After the Qing army entered the customs, Huang Zongxi summoned hundreds of children from the village to form the "Shizhong Camp" to participate in the anti-Qing battle for several years. After the failure, he returned to his hometown to write behind closed doors, and the Qing court repeatedly ordered the expedition, but they all resigned.
What travelers say:
There are monument pavilions, tomb roads, antique bridges, large plum gardens in winter, very beautiful, there is a grass hall to introduce life, there is a hotel nearby, you can take a hot spring leisure vacation, there is a tea room, there is a Buddha TempleMore