The West Avalokitesvara Cave
In yard of West Avalokitesvara Cave, you can see the cave on the west precipice. A horizontal inscribed board is hung up on the building gate outside of the cave, with four golden chinese characters of Ci-Ling-Mo-You written on it. There is a sitting statue of Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva enshrined in the cave to bless coming believers being harmonious in mind and auspicious in life. It’s said that incense offerings here is very efficacious with responses to every plea. If you are interested in it, please try a bunch of incense to plea here. There are two wells lined together outside of the cave. It is called God Tiger Spring. The water in well is refreshing with cool and a little bit sweet.
Through a little stone way in south-eastern corner of the yard up to the hill, you can see a small courtyard called Tiger Cave now and Bodhi Cave before. There enshrined a flesh-body statue of Master Yin Liang who was called the Lunatic Monk. There is a statue of gentle tiger lying beside him. The legend said that the tiger originally live in Huju Peak in the back of Tanzhe Temple, and always came down from the mountain to harm domestic animals, but later received master Yin Laing’s teaching to be vegetarian and lied beside the master listen to chanting in everyday. When Master Yin Liang passed away, the tiger was so sad that it made itself fast and died for his master at last.