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Changqingchunkeer Temple

Changqingchunkeer Temple also called Litang Temple was built under the support of Dalai Lama 3 in 1580. It is the largest and oldest Tibetan-style Huang Branch Buddhism temple in Kangqu District. Changqingchunkeer in Tibetan language means Universal Ring of Mile Bodhisattva, and it has a deeper and more spiritual meaning that The Universal Ring Runs and The Eternal Truth Will Be Forever. This Tibetan-style Buddhist temple covers roughly 500 mu, and it faces north and backs on south. It is said a lot of high-morality lamas went out of the universal circulation and became an immortal figure from this temple.

During its original time, there were only hundreds of lamas and the houses were not as many as today. Under the help and assistance of some local authorities, the relevant main halls were built up such as Dazhao Hall and King Wu Hall. As the boom and dramatic development of the temples, the most main hall was built. After many times of extensional development, there are more than 20 main architectures, more than 20 Buddha’s palaces and more than 400 monks’ dormitories. The total number of the monks in temple is more than 4,000. In entire Tibetan area, this temple is absolutely influential and authoritative.

After the Cultural Revolution, Changqingchukeer Temple was approved to be the key temple opened to the public. The governments invested a lot to reconstruct and restore the temple architecture for many times. The main buildings like Mile Hall, Dajing Hall, Qingfo Hall, Fayang Hall, Jingdinghonggong Palace and other temple buildings are all well resurfaced. It is undoubtedly a perfect tourist destination for Tibet travel or for the Tibetan-style Buddhism believers. It is a holy place meanwhile is a popular destination in that mysterious world.

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