Pagodas were first used for the worship and placement of buddhist relics, scriptures and various dharma objects, originating from ancient India. Buddhist pagoda, transliteration of Sanskrit "dou tu Po"; Baliwen transliterated "ta Po", biyin "dao Po", or "futu"; The names in Chinese are "ju", "gao xian", "fang fen", "yuan zhuan", "spirit temple", "shili pagoda", "seven pagodas", etc. During the sui and tang dynasties, the translated name was "pagoda" and is still in use today. Buildings made of bricks and so on, but in later generations, they were built with piles of earth, stone, brick and wood as buildings for worship. It is a place of pilgrimage, of worship, of worship, of prayer.
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