On the second day after arriving in Lhasa, I went to the Samye Monastery. Unlike many other ways of travel, I chose to use the most primitive ferry way to go to the Samye Monastery. It took almost half a day to wait for the boatman to reach the opposite side. It is already dark. After getting off the boat, I walked 90 minutes from the pier to the heart of the Samye Monastery. Although it takes more time to choose a ferry midway, it seems to me that some time is wasted. "Du" was born from Buddha. Not only do people say that they follow the boat, but they also indicate the other side and rebirth. So it seems to me that being able to choose a ferry in my lifetime is a very unforgettable thing. In the next few days, I spent all my time at Samye Monastery. In the early days, he would not give you too many surprises, so many people would not feel too much about it here, and when you leave Samye, you will I never forget him. The position of the
Sangye Temple is extraordinary. It was the first monasteries in Tibet to be monked. It was first built in 762 by the 37th Zanpu Chisong Dezan of Tubo. It took 12 years to complete. The construction of the Samye Monastery was also supported by many masters. The Lotus Temple Master presided over the construction and retained the original design of the Master of the Master.