Surangama Pagoda in Jinding Temple.
|Leadership||Shi Weisheng (释惟圣)|
|Location||Mount Jizu, Dali, Yunnan|
|Date established||Zhengtong period (1436–1449)|
Tongwadian (simplified Chinese: 铜瓦殿; traditional Chinese: 銅瓦殿; pinyin: Tóngwǎdiàn; literally: 'Copper Tile Hall'), also known as Jinding Temple (金顶寺; 金頂寺; 'Gold Summit Temple'), is a Buddhist temple located on Mount Jizu, in Dali, Yunnan, China.
A modern restoration of the entire temple complex was carried out in 2000 under the leadership of Shi Weisheng (释惟圣).
The thirteen storeys, 42-metre (138 ft) tall, quadrilateral-based Śūraṅgama Pagoda (楞严塔) was built in 1641 in the reign of Chongzhen Emperor in the late Ming dynasty (1638–1644). Its name is derived from Śūraṅgama Sūtra.