Renovation of 13 Buddha halls in Labrang Monastery complete

2017-12-07 15:28:15 | From:China Tibet Online

Since the preservation project of the Labrang Monastery, one prominent monastery in northwest China's Gansu Province, was launched in 2012, 13 Buddha halls have already been renovated.
It is reported that the electrical circuit and lighting in the halls have all been renewed and damaged pillars, paintings, and wooden floors have all been repaired. In addition, smoke and fire detectors have also been installed inside the halls.

The Labrang Monastery is one of the major monasteries of the Gelug sect of Tibetan Buddhism and is over 300 years old. It retains the best teaching system of Tibetan Buddhism in China. In 1982, the monastery was designated as a national key cultural relic protection unit by China's State Council.

Editor: Tommy Tan.


Your Comment


Related News