It was built in the Southern and Northern Dynasties and is one of the key Buddhist temples in China. It is also one of the earliest Buddhist temples in Chengdu. It is now one of Chengdu's famous attractions, but it is different from the wide and narrow alleys and Jinli. The Wenshu Monastery of Chengdus well-placed land is as clean as the mountains.
Come in from the Wenshufang archway, a red wall attracts many photographers to take pictures here, especially when the afternoon sun shines, the red wall tree has a charm.
Qingwa red wall, there are two worlds outside the wall, which will block the eclipse. Inside, Zen, quiet, no struggle, walking in the heart of people's self-conscious peace, crowded outside, noisy, secular, living the existing face.
Wenshu Monastery belongs to a well-preserved temple. The building is dominated by all-wood. The existing buildings belong to the typical style of the ancient Sichuan Plain, which is very contemporary.
The courtyard is covered with trees, beautiful scenery, pavilions and pavilions, and many people are chatting and enjoying a leisurely and comfortable look.
I am not a Buddhist enthusiast. I dont want to burn incense and worship Buddha. But I like to walk in and feel this quiet place. Maybe there are many people like me, not to burn incense and worship Buddha. In this vast city, occasionally escape the hustle and bustle of life, come here to give yourself a moment of peace.
When walking, I feel the majesty of the ancient temple. How small is the person standing there, walking is a kind of enjoyment, an unconstrained relaxation.
Address: No. 66, Wenshuyuan Street, Qingyang District (Exit K, Wenshuyuan Station, Metro Line 1)
Wenshu Monastery is located in Qingyang District of Chengdu. It is a good place to pray for incense and burn incense. It is the first of the four major Buddhist forests in the upper and lower reaches of the Yangtze River in China. Wenshu Monastery, as a temple, the scale of Wenshu Monastery is very large, perhaps because of the preservation. But perhaps expansion is inevitable. Wenshu Monastery has a long history. According to legend, when the Emperor of the Sui Dynasty, the son of Emperor Wendi, Wang Xixius pet, was built for the "Sony" of the time, so he called the Xinxiang Temple.
Wenshuyuan is facing south and approaching Wenshuyuan. The first thing that catches the eye is the wall opposite the three doors. The main hall of Daxiong was the third entrance hall, the Zen master of Cixi was built, and the monk of Zhang Bo was rebuilt. There is a tall glass enamel in the temple, and the Buddha statue of Sakyamuni, who is dedicated to the bronze cast, sits on the statue. The left and right statues of Kaye and Ananda are cast in bronze.
The four-in-one hall is the saying hall, and it is said that it is the site of the ancient letter phase temple. There is a brick ring in the hall. The middle wall is inlaid with the words "Kanglin" in the Kangxi handwritten book; there is a pharmacist Buddha under the dome of the central hall, and there are 12 medicinal forks. The Jingjing Building was the fifth entrance hall, and the Cixi Zen Master was created. The Jingjing Building is divided into two layers of Wenshuyuan. The existing buildings are typical of the ancient style of the western Sichuan Plain. The all-wooden building, the six-fold main hall is on the central axis of the mountain gate, and it is magnificent and magnificent.
The Wenshu Monastery was built in the year 605 AD of the Sui Dynasty. It was officially put into use in 517 AD and has a history of thousands of years. After several changes in the dynasty, each dynasty paid great attention to the Wenshu Monastery. The emperors of each dynasty would maintain this Wenshu Monastery, and not all gold and silver treasures to build this ancient temple. Therefore, in Chengdu Wenshuyuan, you can always see the millennium monuments, and these monuments can even personally experience the sense of vicissitudes of history and the precipitation of time. It is no exaggeration to say that Chengdu Wenshuyuan is a Buddhist temple that is composed of national treasures and cultural relics from both inside and outside. Such a Buddhist temple may not be open to the public. Even if it is open, it is scary for high fees. However, such a Wenshuyuan is actually open to visitors for free all the year round. It suddenly feels that this ancient temple has a flat attitude towards the people rather than looking down on all beings. It feels very good. After arriving in Chengdu, the Wenshu Monastery of this millennium ancient Buddhist temple was indispensable.
The Wenshu Pavilion and Wenshulou (Shangketang), which were built at the end of 1997, have been successfully completed (the underground parking garages on the ground floor of the two floors). It is a typical grand building of modern temples, reflecting the characteristics of modern temple architecture. Wenshu Pavilion covers an area of 1
Wenshu Yuan Monastery, located in Qingyang district, was first built in the Sui dynasty. The building that we see today was built during the during the reign of Emperor Kangxi in the Qing dynasty. Wenshu Yuan Monastery houses over 300 statues of Buddha, made of wood, stone, clay and other materials. A highlight is the Myanmese jade Buddha, a precious statue from Myanmar. A tearoom and a special vegetarian restaurant called Xiangzhai Hall are open to all visitors. Locals like to go to the tearoom and the restaurant to relax.