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PlacesMonday, 06/18/2007, 08:56

Hue Nghiem pagoda

Hue Nghiem pagoda

Hue Nghiem pagoda

 

The pagoda is situated in An Lac town, Binh Chanh district, Ho Chi Minh City. It was founded by Most Ven. The pagoda area includes beautiful works such as the bell tower and the 37m Pho Dong stupa built in 1972.

 

The 2.8m high, 2.5 ton statue of Dia Tang Vuong Bo tat, King of Hell, is made from valuable and rare redwood with a majestic and serious manner. The 4.5m high, 4.5m wide statue of Sakyamuni Buddha is located opposite Pho Dong tower. From inside the central room, which was built in 2004 covering 612m2, is Sakyamuni Buddha�s statue. In addition, there are statues of the Goddess of Mercy, Van Thu Buddha, symbol of the mind, and Pho Hien Buddha, symbol of the good-natured. Also, there are five valuable wooden pictures that record the cursory history of Sakyamuni Buddha from newborn to nirvana.

 

Near the bell tower are the Tieu Dien Dai Si and Ho Phap statues made of cement and painted with a layer of bronze. Nearby is the 1.6m high, 3 ton statue of Di Lac Buddha, made of redwood which has lasted over 2,000 years. In addition, there is also a unique piece of art  which is a bell weighing one ton and made in 1990 at the Hue City.


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