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Shaolin Temple Kung Fu and Buddhist Ceremonies by Monks in Saffron Robes.
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Kung Fu demonstrated by Buddhist Monks and Disciples, and Kung Fu Students.
Buddhist Monks at the Shaolin Temple During Buddhist Ceremonies.
Buddhist Monks in saffron robes gathered in the Library Hall of the Shaolin Temple whilst Buddhist Ceremonies are performed by visiting Abbots. The chanting of Mantras by Buddhist Monks at the Shaolin Temple listened to by visitors gathered at the doorway of the Library Hall. Visiting Abbot kneels before Buddha Shrine in the Shaolin Temple with Buddhist Monks in attendance. Buddhist Monks in saffron robes chant Mantras during visit of Abbot from another Buddhist Temple. Buddhist ceremonies performed by visiting Abbots to the Shaolin Temple to gather funds for the care of orphans. Buddhist Monk spinkles water during Buddhist ceremonies at the Shaolin Temple. Young Buddhist Monk in saffron robes attends ceremonies in the Library Hall. Buddhist Monks in red and saffron robes gathered before Buddhist shrine at the Shaolin Temple.
Shaolin Temple: Post and Beam Construction Work on New Buildings.
Shaolin Temple building workers demolish halls to replace with new. The modernization of the Shaolin Temple is planned to provide better conditions for the Shaolin Monks and for visitors to the Temple. The building of the new Shaolin Halls involves post and beam construction by skilled craftsmen using many of the ancient methods of their ancestors. Carpenters work with hand tools preparing felled timbers for posts and beams for the new halls at the Shaolin Temple. Carved wooden heads of Chinese dragons are incorporated into the roof timbers of the halls.
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