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Baoguo temple in Qingpu

Source:http://www.flychinatravel.com Clicks:Date:2019-11-10 09:32





Baoguo temple is located on the West Dianshan Lake, Zhujiajiao Town, Qingpu District, Shanghai, and on the north side of the east end of Dianfeng bridge on Huqingping highway (National Highway 318). The temple site was originally the Guandi temple built in Ming Dynasty, also known as the great temple of wusheng, which is commonly known as Guanwang temple, and is listed as a district level cultural relics protection unit There is an ancient gingko tree on the temple base, which is believed to have been planted in five generations. It has been more than one thousand years since then, with a height of nearly 20 meters. It is one of the famous ancient trees in Shanghai.
Chinese Name: Baoguo temple was built in 1640, the 13th year of Chongzhen, Ming Dynasty. Address: Master Chang Zhi, the current head of Baoguo temple, by the lake of Xidan mountain, Zhujiajiao Town, Qingpu District, Shanghai
Baoguo temple, the lower courtyard of Shanghai Jade Buddha Temple, is located on the Bank of Dianshan Lake, the rippling green waves of Dianfeng village, Zhujiajiao Town, Qingpu District, Shanghai.
Baoguo temple, originally located in Guanwang temple, was built in 1640, the 13th year of Chongzhen in the Ming Dynasty. It is named "Guanwang Temple" because it worships Guanyu. After Guanwang temple, there is an ancient ginkgo biloba, with a tree circumference of 6 meters and a height of 36.5 meters. The East-West crown diameter is up to 7 meters. It has been more than 1050 years old. It was planted in about five generations. It is the oldest and largest ancient ginkgo biloba in Shanghai. It is also the "witness" of the prosperity and decline of Guanwang temple. It is also the natural navigation mark for ships to and fro in the long years on Dianshan Lake.
Since 1985, Guanwang temple has been renovated, maintaining the ancient architectural style of Ming Dynasty, and becoming a place for Buddhist to hold Buddhist activities.
In 1989, Zhen Chan, the abbot of Shanghai Jade Buddha Temple, the president of Shanghai Buddhist Association, renovated and expanded Guanwang temple, and changed it into the lower house of Shanghai Jade Buddha Temple. The temple was named "Baoguo Temple" by Zhao Puchu, the president of China Buddhist Association.
In 1990, the Buddhist believers in Singapore gave two jade statues to the Baoguo temple, Sakyamuni and Avalokitesvara. The jade is fine in quality and crystal in color. Mount the Guanyin hall and Pavilion of Baoguo temple, and overlook from the fence. The blue sky and sparkling Dianshan Lake are more vivid and ethereal.
[current Abbot]
Member of the Standing Committee of Qingpu District CPPCC, member of the Standing Committee of Qingpu District Youth Federation, executive director of Shanghai Buddhist Association, chairman of Qingpu District Buddhist Association, supervisor of Baoguo temple, and master Chang Zhi of Yihao temple.

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