Fo Quang Shan

Fo Guang Shan (Buddha's Light Mountain) is an international Chinese Mahayana Buddhist monastic order based in Taiwan, and one of the largest Buddhist organizations.


the map


the entrance


cute Buddha statues


far view of the standing Buddha


The standing Buddha represents the 36 metre high (132 ft) statue of Amitabha Buddha on the monastery grounds.


Kuan Yin


bronze figures lining along the pathway of the temple


there are 72 bronze figures altogether

The Four Verses of Fo Guang Shan

  • May palms in every world be joined in kindness, compassion, joy and generosity.
  • May all beings find security in friendship, peace and loving care.
  • May calm and mindful practice give rise to deep patience and equanimity.
  • May we give rise to spacious hearts and humble thoughts of gratitude.
the standing Buddha

"May the Buddha's Light shine upon the ten directions. May the Dharma stream continuously flow towards the five great continents."
wikipedia

the temple





Scenic Sunday

Comments

  1. Nice and peaceful temple, good place for meditation

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  2. I went to this temple too when I visited Taiwan a few years back. Love this temple so much. Beautiful and many awesome statues.

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  3. Thank you for sharing the blessing of this place. I feel it!



    Aloha from Waikiki


    Comfort Spiral

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  4. We have a Fo Guang San Temple in Jenjarom, Selangor too. I wonder if they are related?

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  5. This temple is so awesome..and rich too with the many bronze god statues that they have. :D

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  6. waaaaaaaaaaaaa tat 72 pieces are impressive!!!!

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  7. Seems to be bigger than Dongzen Temple in Malaysia and Hsi Lai Temple in California.

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  8. May you be in perfect harmony with the universe..tQ

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  9. Awesome photos of a very scenic place.

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  10. Love the cute buddhas - remind me of my husband!

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  11. Beautiful! Love those cute Buddhas but the rest of the statues are beautiful as well. And the temple!

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  12. aloha,

    that is a beautiful views and buddhas and the quan yin too, thanks for sharing with us this friday

    come and join us for a new challenge on my sari blog if you have a chance?

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  13. What a gorgeous place! I love the standing Buddha and those cute Buddha statues.

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  14. Hej..I willf avorite your blopg.nice shots,
    have a nice day


    (Love it the texts..like it)

    thanks for your comment

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  15. what blessed attractions.
    Amazing spirits are shown there.
    Happy Saturday!
    Nice to meet.

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  16. May be its a coincidence or not..I was listening to BUDHA chanting on Youtube..and viola I stumbled across your blog..

    Its one of the greatest eastern way of life.
    nice pictures

    thanks for such a post

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  17. Wow, what a cool place to visit! Lovely photos and I enjoyed your post.

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  18. Hi Wenn thankz and appreciate your the Taipei 101 postcard very much and sorry for the delay in the posting. tQ so much.



    April FULL

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  19. Beautiful pictures of statues! What a wonderful place to visit..

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  20. Lovely photos! The buddha statues are really cute! Thanks for sharing!

    Pixellicious Photos

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  21. The standing Buddha certainly looks imposing but I prefer the two having a bit of a cuddle!

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  22. What a nice and peaceful place. And the statues are really fantastic!

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  23. Great shots. Beautiful place. There's a Fo Guang Shan right here in Malaysia too.

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  24. seemes to be Budas everywhere and some of them are huge. Interesting as the other post.

    thanks for your commen, the flowers are coltsfoot(yellow) and Hepatica (blue) and I've added that information in the post so thanks for asking!

    Christina, Sweden

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  25. Helo, I love Kuan Yin and the blue sky.
    Have a good day!
    Elfe

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