Mount Emei in Sichuan, China
Mount Emei is one of the Four Sacred Buddhist Mountains of China. Mt. Emei sits at the western rim of the Sichuan Basin. Mt. Emei or one of the four Buddhist bishops of China is located in Sichuan. It is 160 km north-west of Chengdu, 3077 meters above sea level, and more than 1000 meters above the Buddhist temple. It is registered as a natural and cultural heritage site.
In 1996 was the settlement of the Taoist ascetic group for over 10,000 years until the third century became a Buddhist. It has created a Bodhisattva Pusan. And Hui Qi The Pudding Temple was built at the foot of the mountain. This is a measure of the current situation. Later in the middle of the 9th century, the emperor proclaimed (Guan Yin). Monk traveled to India to teach the scriptures. On the way back, he built a monastery And translated the scriptures. To propagate Buddhism And he has a bronze statue of the Pudong, 62 tons and 7.85 meters high. Currently enshrined at the temple. Later in the Ming Dynasty has been restored and converted to the temple, most Taoist in the area. It is a Buddhist temple.