Reasons to Recommend: Tagong Temple is located in Tagong Township, Kangding County, Ganzi Prefecture. Its full name is "One Seeing Ruyi Jiejie Temple". There is a statue of Sakyamuni who is the same as the Jokhang Temple in the temple. Legend has it that Princess Wencheng passed through this place on her way to Tibet, and imitated the statue of Sakyamuni to build a statue in the temple. There is a special and peculiar relationship between the two, so Tagong Temple is also known as the "Little Jokhang Temple". Tagong Temple is composed of Daxiong Hall, Relic Hall, Sakyamuni Hall, Guanyin Hall, Chengcheng Tower Hall, Lotus Hall, Talin, Monk's House and a "sutra wheel" that circles the temple. The Daxiong Hall is the main place for monks to chant scriptures and practice Dharma. There are many murals around the hall, which are precious Buddhist cultural relics. The Shakyamuni Hall enshrines the Buddha statue of Shakyamuni that was made by Princess Wencheng, as well as the footprints left on the stone by the Yuan Dynasty national master Phasiba, who used his magical powers to leave the temple, and a thousand-handed Guanyin about one meter high. The icon, this Guanyin icon was shaped by Princess Wencheng for the benefit of all living beings. The raw materials used to shape the icon were the sacred mountains and waters in the Han-Tibet region at that time and a lot of jewelry. The Avalokitesvara Hall enshrines the gilt bronze statue of Avalokitesvara with thousands of hands and thousands of eyes. It was built in 1997. The achievement tower, according to the biography, was built by the great achiever Cochin Garan with magic power, and it enshrines the walking stick and holy objects of the Indian eminent monk "Coachin Garan". The Lotus Temple enshrines the eighth Guru Rinpoche, the three bodies of Manjusri, etc. The temple also collects the tooth of the "Sangji Quba" (the ancient Buddha of Kasyapa), the bell used by the great achievers of India in the 12th century, and the gilt bronze Buddha presented to the temple by the master of the Yuan Dynasty, the Dharma King Phasiba. The temple also preserves many precious Buddhist cultural relics and the code of Sakya, which are precious treasures that are rarely seen on weekdays. Every year in the middle and late June of the Tibetan calendar, the temple will hold grand Buddhist events and dance activities, which are grand and grand. From mid-July to early August, the Tagong Grassland will hold the annual Bazi-playing event, during which there will be folk activities, singing and dancing and other programs. There are colorful tents on the grassland, which is very lively.