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      The Great Majestic Hall            
     
On the second floor is the first of the three Buddha Halls. The red granite sculpture of Shakyamuni Buddha represents "the transformation Buddha," the historical Buddha known by ordinary people. His virtue, wisdom, and power can subdue all demons and heresies; therefore he is known as "the Great Majestic One."
The red granite Buddha statue and grey stone surrounding give an ambience of calmness and serenity, and reflect the Buddha's compassion in this world of suffering.
Adjoining this hall, on either side, are the Patriarch Hall and Sangharama Hall that enshrine the first Patriarch of Chinese Chan Buddhism, Bodhidharma, and the protector of the monastery, Bodhisattva Sangharama.
 
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