Dap Temple is located to the east of Jiqu River in Zhangda Township, Mozhugongka County, Lhasa. The temple is backed by Xiasi Mountain, faced by Palang Mountain, and in the mountain stream. It flows into the Jiqu River from east to south at an altitude of 3850 Meter.
The temple was completely destroyed during the ten-year catastrophe, and a large number of cultural relics were lost. However, inspired by the policy of the Third Plenary Session of the 11th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, with the approval of higher authorities, the local people raised funds to repair the temple, and handed over all the cultural relics collected by the individual to the temple for support. Today, Dapp Temple has a new radiance, once again becoming one of the places of worship and visits for the people near the township and other places.
The temple was founded in the 12th century by Ren Qinningbu, a great disciple of Nie Mai, a great practitioner. Later, the disciple of the thermal translator, Jiwu Gongbu, built an incarnation red tower for the enlightened beings, and gradually became a famous temple.
During the period of Dap, Guxi Bandian Dunzhu, the main hall, Buddhist hall, and monk house were built, and it became a famous Huangjiao temple in the nearby area. At the same time, some people have settled in the area, settling down as laborers for the construction of the monastery, and forming a dozen villages around the temple today.
The main hall is 20 pillars in size. It faces north and south, with a Tibetan-style flat roof and two floors. The main hall is provided with a clay clay statue of 1.3 meters high and an angry horse head diamond and a fixed diamond Buddha. A statue. In the center of the main hall, there is a one-person high-grade Shi Yingmouni with gold-plated copper casting, and on the right side is a statue of Yi Qin Ning Ningbu and a clay sculpture that fixes the West Bandian bead. A set of Danjur and various statues of Buddha are placed on the sutra. On the left sutra is a set of Ganjure and various other sutras. There are many religious and historical theme cards (Buddhism scroll paintings ) hanging between the pillars in the hall. There are many scrolls of Thangka, and the wall is painted with the history of Tsongkhapa, the portraits of Yiren Renqinningbu, Guxi Bandiandunzhu, and the solemn Buddhas such as the two victories and six solemnities. Behind the main hall is a one-storey clay temple M aitreya and a clay sculpture of sixteen Arhats in the north hall with eight pillars wide. There is a Buddhist temple wide and one pillar beside the hall, and in the center is a clay sculpture tall Shakyamuni. There are more than 20 elbow pagodas cast in bronze and a bodhisattva one story high in clay sculptures. Three sets of classics of 120,000 chants written in gold and silver juice are placed on the sutra. The left side of the hall is a tea chef, 4 columns wide. On its right side is a temple for guarding the law, with a width of 2 pillars. It contains statues of the fearful King Kong and four-arm snuggle, King Kong s victory over Buddha, white umbrella covering Buddha, Miaoyin Tiannv, and auspicious guardian. The inner murals are drawn with yellow lines on black background to outline various animal and human heads.
The second floor is the bedroom of the living Buddha and the master of the palm. On the south gate, a two-poster window house is built for the celebrities who come to the temple from elsewhere. To the west is the Medicine Buddha Hall, with an area of three columns and a width of three rectangles. The inner sutras are filled with hundreds of Buddhist scriptures, and there are also pharmacist Buddhas made of gold-plated copper and more than 100 Buddha statues.
The three-story building is the Baoding Buddhist Temple, 8 pillars wide. It contains the main statue of a gold and bronze Buddha, a one-piece immovable King Kong Buddha and a gold-plated bronze cast apothecary Buddha. Elbow-length 60 bronze Buddhas. Around the main hall, there are about 50 monk houses. The monks live in the temple with more than 100 acres of arable land and more than 70 heads of livestock.
Now the temple s 8-column hall contains cultural relics and a statue of Tsongkhapa made of gilt bronze. It is 0.60 meters tall, wears a pointed hat, has a right blouse inside, draped around it, hands are held on the chest, I sit on a square pedestal.
Mirazba, cast from gilt bronze, looks like 0.18 meters tall, oval head, shoulder width 0.08 meters, waist thick 0.05 meters, tall hair bun, wearing 袒 right shoulder 袈裟, right shoulder and a wide band diagonally, right hand Standing next to the right ear, holding the bowl on the left, exposing his right foot, and sitting on the goat s skin on the lotus seat, with a height of 0.04 meters. According to the records of Mirazpa: Mirazpa (l040-1123 AD), whose real name is Dubagar, is one of the important figures in the history of Buddhism. The disciples included Rejuba and Taboraj, who formed the Kagyu Sect.
The statue of Bodhisattva Manjushri is cast from brass, standing, 0.16 meters high, 1.5 cm thick at the waist, 1.8 cm high at the lotus seat, with double shawls and a short skirt under the crotch. The snake is wrapped around the body, with a five-knot top knot, decorated with earrings, necklaces, bracelets, limbs, and fetters. It holds a sword in the left hand and a long handle in the right hand. The Buddha is one of the four major Buddhas of Buddhism, and is said to be the samurai of Sakyamuni Buddha.
In the summer, Yujiao Luojia is made of brass, with a height of 0.18 meters, a shoulder width of 4 cm, a waist thickness of 3.5 cm, and a figure 8 with beaded backlight. Reba is sold on the top of the head. She has a naked upper body, a long skirt and a waist tie. The belt is suspended from the front of the crotch and decorated with earrings and necklaces. The left hand is used for printing.
The Bodhi Tower, cast copper, has a height of 0.40 meters. It is composed of a tower body, a phase wheel, and a brake top. After six years of hard work after leaving the house, he finally realized the truth from life s sufferings under the Bodhi tree, and realized it as a Buddha. It was named Bodhi Tower. Sixteen Arhats were hung between the pillars in the hall. Two scrolls of old Thangkas, each with a height of 0.70 meters and a width of 0.51 meters, and one with Mirajba Thangka, a height of 0.76 meters and a width of 0.54 meters. One set of Wan Songs and many other scriptures, as well as religious utensils, etc. Especially worth mentioning here is the old Thangka scroll with various religious themes hanging on the roof of the hall.