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The Samdo Phelri Temple

The Samdo Phelri Temple is located in the right bank of the lower reaches of the Nyang River, about 30 kilometers away from the Bayi township. The temple belongs to the Nyingma Sect of the Tibetan Buddhism. The temple nestles among hills on three sides, and the front side of the temple is the delta of the Nyang River. The environment near the temple is very gracful, and the courtyard is surrounded by trees and different flowers, which is different from other temples and monasteries. The prayer hall in the temple is quite special and shows ingenuity. The hall shaped like a tower, about 20 meters high and about 10 meters in the internal diameter. The top of the hall is gold-plating, and is surrounded by a large number of different colored pearls. The steep eaves and corners are hanging in the sky. The walls on the four sides are painted in white, blue, red and green respectively, which look harmonious. Master Padmasambhava is consecrated in the first floor, the second floor is for Avalokitesvara, and the third floor is for the Amitayus. The outer first floor and the second has the eaves with twenty angles and the third has eight angles. The whole hall is made of wood and earth, which is mixed together with the Chinese and Tibetan architecture and art styles.
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