The 48 m high Amitabha Buddha statue in Dong Lam Pagoda, China is said to be one of the tallest Buddha statues in the world and inlaid with 48 kg of gold.
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Dong Lam Pagoda is a pagoda located in Hengzi district, about 20 km from Jiujiang, in the north of Jiangxi province, China.
Amitabha Buddha Statue was cast in bronze 48m high and covered with 48kg gold body, total cost of one billion yuan. Construction of the statue started on September 8, 2010 and was completed in 2013, the fund to create the statue was funded by Buddhists from all over the world. This statue was created by the idea of Dharma Master Dai An, the abbot of the ancient Dong Lam temple. The statue was created in the style of famous stone Buddha statues in caves in Longmen, Henan province.
Lushan – home to Dong Lam Pagoda is one of the most famous mountains in China. This place is known for its grandeur, beauty and is a prominent tourist attraction. The mountain and the surrounding area is one of China’s “spiritual centers” with many Buddhist and Taoist temples in addition to Confucian landmarks.
Visit the temple 13 times the Buddha image “radiating”