Buddha's relics discovered in Yunju Temple


Beijing Yunju Temple is a National Key Cultural Relics Protection Unit and 4A Tourist Scenic Spot. The scenery here is beautiful in spring, summer and autumn, and it is suitable for a trip in the suburbs of Beijing.

What is Buddha's relic? Buddha's relics are the relics of senior monks after their cremation.

On November 27, 1981, two red meat relics were unearthed in the Leiyin Cave. The relics are known as the "Three Treasures of China", together with the Buddha's tooth from the Badachu in Beijing and the Buddha's finger from the Famen Temple in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province.