HALL OF THE WHEEL OF THE LAW

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In the Hall of the Wheel of the Law, the monks read the Scriptures and perform Buddhist ceremonies.

This magnificent construction, also called the Falundian, was the main building of the Imperial Palace during the reign of Yongzheng. Before this pavilion became part of the temple after the emperor’s death, his consorts used to live here. As you can see, the architectural structure combines the styles of both nationalities, Tibetan and Chinese. The upper part has five small pavilions in keeping with the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, symbolizing the sacred mountains in the Wufeng region.

 

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