Upon arriving at this temple, it seems that all the worries have disappeared, replaced by a sense of freedom as if you were lost in a fairyland.
More than 70km from Hanoi’s capital, Dia Tibet Phi Lai Tu Pagoda (Ha Nam) is a peaceful place to stop for those who want to find a tranquil tranquil corner.
Dia Tibet Pagoda is located in Ninh Trung village, Liem Son commune, Thanh Liem district, Ha Nam, formerly known as Dung pagoda, built in the 11th century with the scale of 100 spaces. This temple was once abandoned and seriously degraded.
In December 2015, Venerable Thich Minh Quang received, cultivated, built and changed his name to Jizō Phi Lai Tu, which means that Jizō the Bodhisattva always comes to this place, may never come. this place.
Taken from the words of King Tu Duc when he came here to pray, when he left, he said “Phi Lai” has just come back, but ‘phi’ might also never come back.
Jizō Phi Lai pagoda leaned back against the mountain, evoking a sense of elegance and freedom that anyone who has the opportunity to come here can feel.
Traveling to Ha Nam, not only Tam Chuc Pagoda, Ba Kien house, now you can stop and experience life at this peaceful temple.
The temple is separate from the residential area, so it is extremely quiet and tranquil. As soon as we step foot to the place are wind chimes tinkling everywhere, then the sound of running water, the sound of birds singing … all merging together like one song.
In terms of scale, the pagoda has Tam Bao, the To Church, the place of worshiping Duc Ong and Duc Thanh Hien; houses, lecture halls, guest houses, and places for Buddhists.
The highlight is the front yard of the temple grounds that is covered with white pebbles. White pebbles carry the meaning of meditation, walking around the campus, looking at the pure white pebbles that make people’s hearts peaceful.
Right in front of the Path, 12 circles are drawn on the gravel background, representing the 12 conditions of man.
Coming to the Jizō pagoda, in addition to the pilgrimage scene, visitors can also experience climbing, from the right side of the Jizō Temple admire the rocky caves and lush vegetation.
Or go to the top of the mountain to see the panoramic view of the temple hidden in the green pine forest.
The small palace is dedicated to Buddha Quan The Am located in the middle of the lotus lake.
The wind chime corridor behind the pagoda is an impressive check-in point.
Coming here, it seems that all troubles have disappeared, replaced by a sense of freedom as if you were lost in the fairyland, sinking into the peaceful space of mountains and forests – heaven and earth. holy spirit.
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