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China, Wuhan4 Baotong Buddhist temple
Wuhan is the capital of Hubei Province in the People's Republic of China. It is the largest city in Hubei and the most populous city in Central China, with a population of over 11 million. The Wuhan metropolis is an amalgamation of three cities situated at the confluence of the Han River and the Yangtze: Wuchang, located on the southern bank of the Yangtze, Hanyang, located on the northern bank of the Yangtze and the west bank of the Han, and Hankou, located on the northern bank of the Yangtze and the eastern bank of the Han.

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China, Wuhan4

  1. 1. Wuhan is the capital of Hubei Province in the People's Republic of China. It is the largest city in Hubei and the most populous city in Central China, with a population of over 11 million. The name "Wuhan" came from the city's historical origin from the conglomeration of Wuchang, Hankou and Hanyang, which are collectively known as the "Three Towns of Wuhan". It lies in the eastern Jianghan Plain, at the confluence of the Yangtze river and its largest tributary, the Han River and is known as "Nine Provinces' Thoroughfare"
  2. 2. Wuhan: City of Four Buddhist Temples Baotong Temple
  3. 3. Baotong Buddhist Temple, also named Dongshan Temple, or Amitabha Temple, is located at the southern foot of Hongshan Hill, legendarily built during the period of Song State (420-479), Southern Dynasties Baotong Buddhist Temple
  4. 4. The Shanmen of Baotong Buddhist Temple The Shanmen, also known as the Gate of Three Liberations, is the most important gate of a Chinese Chan (Zen) Buddhist temple
  5. 5. Baotong Buddhist Temple The Hall of Jade Buddha
  6. 6. The Baotong Temple was formally open to the public in 1988
  7. 7. Baotong Buddhist Temple The Hall of Jade Buddha
  8. 8. The Baotong Temple has a long history, so there are a lot of cultural relics. It's really a treasure house in Wuhan. Many famous cultural relics are still stored in the temple, such as, the black bell of the Song Dynasty, the pagoda of the Yuan Dynasty and the stone lions of the Ming dynasty The Hall of Jade Buddha Roof details
  9. 9. The Baotong Temple – Inside the tripitaka sutra pavilion
  10. 10. Baotong Buddhist Temple The Hall of Jade Buddha
  11. 11. Baotong Temple The Hall of Jade Buddha details
  12. 12. Baotong Temple Monastic reception hall
  13. 13. The Baotong Temple has a history of more than 1500 years
  14. 14. Baotong Temple A dragon painted on the ceiling of a small gazebo
  15. 15. In Chinese culture, colour red symbolizes good luck and joy. It is believed that tying a red ribbon to the “wishing tree” will make the wish come true. The higher the ribbon is tied, the more likely it is that the wish will come true
  16. 16. Both Buddhism and Taoism have been officially recognised in Communist China with thousands of temples, even though they were subjected to heavy crackdown during the Cultural Revolution (1966-76) headed by Communist Party of China (CPC) founder Mao Zedong to cleanse China of its spiritual past
  17. 17. Chinese have been visiting temples for centuries to pray for bountiful harvests, good health and, in more recent times, high test scores for their children taking the gaokao (national college entrance exam)
  18. 18. Abixiturtlecarryingatablet Baotong Temple The Double-faced Guanyin, the Boddhisatva of Compassion sitting on a lotus throne, surrounded by golden animals (a double set of zodiac animals)
  19. 19. an identical set-up can be seen on the other side of the bridge
  20. 20. Baotong Buddhist Temple - Free Life Pond Guanyin is the Buddhist bodhisattva associated with compassion. In the East Asian world, Guanyin is the equivalent term for Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva
  21. 21. Inside the Treasure Myriad-Buddha Palace, with small Buddha figures lining the walls
  22. 22. Inside the Treasure Myriad-Buddha Palace
  23. 23. Baotong Temple - Inside The Main Shrine Hall
  24. 24. Baotong Temple inside The Main Shrine Hall
  25. 25. Baotong Temple
  26. 26. Baotong Temple Colorful details
  27. 27. Baotong Temple
  28. 28. Baotong Temple The temple climbs quite sharply; one brightly-painted hall after another sits at the top of each steep flight of stairs
  29. 29. The Great Buddha's Hall (Daxiong Hall)
  30. 30. Baotong Temple The Great Buddha's Hall (Daxiong Hall) Baby Buddha
  31. 31. The Great Buddha's Hall (Daxiong Hall) - Baby Buddha
  32. 32. Baotong Buddhist Temple – Baby Buddha in front of the Great Buddha's Hall (Daxiong Hall)
  33. 33. Although the Baotong Temple was destroyed by fire for many times in the past, it was rebuilt again after being destroyed
  34. 34. Baotong Buddhist Temple In 1911, during the Xinhai Revolution, the revolutionary army were here to garrison. Then Cheng Qian donated property to repair the temple but it was demolished by wars soon...
  35. 35. Baotong Buddhist Temple
  36. 36. Baotong Buddhist Temple - The "Island Arhat Palace" where the 500 Arhats are displayed--unfortunately, behind cheap Plexiglas that detracted from the viewing
  37. 37. Baotong Buddhist Temple - The "Island Arhat Palace”
  38. 38. Baotong Buddhist Temple The Hall of Maitreya
  39. 39. Baotong Buddhist Temple The Hall of Maitreya
  40. 40. Baotong Buddhist Temple
  41. 41. At the top of the hill is the temple's most striking feature: a pagoda dating to 1280. Originally called Lingji, it is now called Hongshan Pagoda, after the mountain where it--and the temple--reside. The octagonal-based pagoda is made of brick and stone, and stands about 44 metre tall
  42. 42. The Hongshan Pogoda was built in the Yuan Dynasty (A.D. 1280-1291) in memory of the prominent monk Lingji Ciren. It has seven storeys. There are many steps through which people can climb to the top of the tower
  43. 43. Sound: Chinese music (O thaledo) Text and pictures: Internet All copyrights belong to their respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda https://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda 2020

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