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入廟拜神
« on: 15 July 2009, 23:50:53 »
During the Chinese New Year holiday, we went to the Che Gong Temple and the nearby temple, for my kid's school project. The followings are some random pictures from that trip.

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Re: 入廟拜神
« Reply #1 on: 15 July 2009, 23:55:19 »
Things that burn in the temple. In orders are incense, sandal wood, oil, and lotus shaped paper folding.

入廟燒的東西:香,檀香,香油,紙折的塔。

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Re: 入廟拜神
« Reply #2 on: 15 July 2009, 23:56:18 »
Another angle.

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« Reply #3 on: 16 July 2009, 00:04:52 »
This 4-faced "Budha" is very popular "Thai Budha" in Hong Kong. However when we traveled to Bangkok, the local guide call it the 4-faced god, and sounded to me it's not too popular with the locals. In face it was just sitting in a very small street corner in Bangkok, and seems mainly patronized by Hong Kong people.

車公廟旁的廟裡有幾個不同的佛,包括了這泰國來的四面佛。我們到泰國旅遊時當地的導遊好像不太熟悉這佛。他們稱這佛為“四面神”。我覺得他們叫它神是因為它不夠資格稱佛。

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Re: 入廟拜神
« Reply #4 on: 16 July 2009, 00:06:35 »
Prayers.

她在求甚麼呢?他們又念經求甚麼呢?

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Re: 入廟拜神
« Reply #5 on: 16 July 2009, 00:08:03 »
The faithful and the onlookers.

求佛的和旁觀的。