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法鼓山法華鐘樓
Taiwan

Built modeling the Tang style, the bell weighs 25 tons and is inscribed with the whole Lotus Sutra, the Great Compassion Mantra, and a painting titled “The Buddhas Sitting in the Many Jeweled Pagoda”. Each sounding of the bell shall carry the Dharma throughout the cosmos nurturing sentient beings in the universe.

External link : http://www.ddm.org.tw/event/2007/ddm_map/index.asp

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Uploaded: 05/03/2010
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