Went in Feb this year, along the way from Chengdu to Sertar, there must be at least four rounds of check-points where Chinese IDs were absolutely required. Though not explicitly communicated by the au...
The long head is still alive, and the people who hold the beads are also on the turn. This is a big reason why I love Tibetans. Looking up here, not only the blue sky, but also the faith. Only this time, I did not see their smile, maybe the tourists saw too much, have resisted, I just picked up the camera a little, they will cover their faces or say not to shoot. Although I rarely shoot people in general, I am still a little sad.
If you have not personally entered the Seda Larong Wuming Buddhist College, it is difficult to feel how powerful the power of faith is. Today's Buddhist college is like a vast world of Buddhism, and it is like a city full of miracles in the mountains. He witnessed the tens of thousands of monks who have grown from the first few monks to the present. Everywhere, there is a great power from faith, such as a dream, seemingly illusory, and people are coming. The situation. The Larong Wuming Buddhist College of
Senda is the largest Tibetan Buddhist college in the world, located on a plateau above 4000 meters above sea level. The entire Buddhist College consists of many temples and red squats that span the entire hill. It is like a red ocean, with a blue ocean and a distant snowy mountain. It is undoubtedly a scene. A pilgrimage to the mind and body.
Standing on this land, you can learn a lot, the profound and profound Dharma, the inclusive spirit of all the people, and everyone is eager to know. However, you can do nothing here, just feel quietly, watching the devout lama squatting at the scriptures, turning his prayer wheel and walking through it, feeling the silent but great power.
Here, you can follow the local lama to make butter lamps, or climb the top of the mountain opposite the mountain, overlooking the full view of Wuming Buddhist College, you can feel the local culture, you can also see the beautiful scenery.
Originally led 32 people to start college, and now it has become a red house in the mountains. Seda Larong Wuming Buddhist College was founded in 1980 by Jinmei Pengcuo. In a few short years, it quickly rose from the depths of a valley in Tibetan areas and became the largest Tibetan Buddhist college in the world.
Mandala is the most beautiful place in Seda Buddha College. The upper part of it is the place to turn. It is said that if you have any disease, it can be better if you turn a hundred times here; the next layer is the turn. Tubes, no matter the morning or late at night, there are people here, the golden cylinders leave a long creaking sound after the dry hands turn. Everyday believers will come to the mandala. They hold the prayer wheel, read the six-word mantra, circle around the "mandala" and pray for peace!
The practitioners who came here are not only Tibetans, but the Hans are also quite a lot. When they entered the college, they silently put on the shackles. The monk here is called Zaba, and the woman who is a monk is the woman who is the woman.
The age of the practitioners ranges from children in their 10s to those in their 70s.
There is no difference between rich and poor, living in a similar house, eating the same food, carrying the same faith, simple but sympathetic.
Under the sky, between the silver ridges and grasses, thousands of red wooden houses, like the stars, are surrounded by several magnificent halls. There are monks and monks, simple Tibetans; there are legends of golden horses, and places where the snow-covered gods and tribes live; grasslands, lakes and mountains, plateaus, celestial burials and vultures; there are Gesars sung by generations. Wang, there are also senior friends who love photography; this is a unique place that combines nature and humanity, history and modernity. This is the paradise of human faith - Seda.
Seda Larong Wuming Buddhist Academy is a large Buddhist institute. It has thousands of wooden cabins scattered on the hillside. There are many paths in the Buddhist Academy. You can take a stroll on any of them. On the slope of the southwestern corner of the prayer tower, you can overlook the entire academy. You can also take photos of the entire academy there. If you are curious about the celestial burial ceremony, you can take a ride at the academy to watch it. The scene is quite shocking. However, please make sure you respect the local ethnic customs and take no photos.