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Shuxiang Temple Bell Baycroft, Anne; Bass, Emma; Mitchell, Maggie

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To the right of the Mañjuśrī Hall in the centre of Shuxiang Temple, stills a large metal bell. Shuxiang Temple is located between the Central and Southern peaks of Mount Wutai. The temple was built during the East Jin Dynasty and reconstructed again during the Tang Dynasty, Yuan Dynasty (1325), and Ming Dynasty (1496). The temple was built for the veneration and worship of the Bodhisattva Mañjuśrī. Metal Bell [1437]. Close up #1 of engraving on bell, Chinese [1438]. Close up #2 of engraving on bell, Chinese [1439]. Close up #3 of engraving on bell, Chinese [1440]. Close up #4 of engraving on bell, Chinese [1442]. Close up #5 of engraving on bell, Chinese [1443]. Close up #6 of engraving on bell, Chinese [1444]. Close up #7 of engraving on bell, Chinese [1445].

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