Masterpiece of connecting the power circuit

Talking with Professor – architect Hoang Dao Kinh, who designed the spiritual complex on the top of Fansipan, understands that to build the mountains like “growing out of the mountain rock” is a miracle. Professor Kinh said: “In the history of Vietnamese Buddhism, never before have such majestic spiritual works built at peaks like Fansipan in Sapa Vietnam, especially in the rugged mountain conditions and harsh climate, lots of rain, high humidity, strong winds, frost…”. Professor Kinh also called the construction process of this spiritual architecture a feat. Tens of thousands of tons of monolithic stone, thousands of cubic meters of wood, tens of thousands of restored tiles, all materials for the construction of pagodas, stupas, bell towers and thousands of stone steps bent according to each world have been transported. manually by public service cable, by hand and human power to the top, in extremely harsh conditions, just standing at the top of that mountain is already difficult enough.

With the principle of respecting and minimizing interference with nature, sticking with nature, standing completely in nature, the cluster of spiritual works is carefully planned to every detail. Professor Hoang Dao Kinh said: “We choose a moderate scale, do not create a large terrace, do not create a straight path, but divide it into small items to integrate harmoniously with the landscape. natural landscape”. In that cluster of spiritual works, the Great Amitabha Buddha statue is a literal “achievement” when applying construction techniques for the first time in Vietnam. This is not an ordinary casted statue, but is made up of thousands of thousands of 5mm thick copper plates processed in place, mounted on an iron frame structure with a volume of nearly 1,000m3. “No other work has done such a feat,” said Professor Hoang Dao Kinh in admiration of the people who joined him in turning the drawings and enthusiasm of both the design team and Sun Group into reality.

At the great peace ceremony in Fansipan in Sapa Vietnam in early 2018, Venerable Thich Duc Thien – Vice President, General Secretary of the Executive Council of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha – said: “These are the wonders of the 21st century and They are also the legacies that we leave for future posterity, to continue the cultural source of our ancestors from the past, present, to the future”. Spreading cultural sources, placing spiritual masterpieces in natural masterpieces, so that the next life will remain forever, that desire has become the driving force to help hundreds of people overcome the frozen moments, Through deep abysses, craggy cliffs, to “pave stone to the top of the sky”, erect Buddha statues and magnificent spiritual works on the top of Fansipan in Sapa Vietnam

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