|Leadership||Shi Huishen (释慧深)|
|Location||Mount Jiuhua, Qingyang County, Anhui|
|Date established||17th century|
The temple was originally in the reign of Kangxi Emperor (1662–1722) in the Qing dynasty (1644–1911). Most of the temple buildings were destroyed in wars during the ruling of Xianfeng Emperor (1851–1861). In 1886, it was restored and redecorated by Chan master Dingchan (定禅).
During the Republic of China, abbot Fuxing (福星) enlarged the temple. A Buddhist believer named Yi Guogan (易国干) presented a plaque with the Chinese characters "福慧双修" to the temple.
The Mahavira Hall is 11.5-metre (38 ft) long, 15.5-metre (51 ft) wide and 18-metre (59 ft) high. The Mahavira Hall is the main hall in the temple, enshrining the Three Saints of Hua-yan (华严三圣).
Hall of the Three Sages of the West
Hall of Great Compassion
The Hall of Great Compassion is 19-metre (62 ft) long, 19-metre (62 ft) wide and 19-metre (62 ft) high. 19 metre represent Guanyin's birth day (19 February), ordination day (19 June) and parinirvana day (19 September).
A statue of Thousand Armed and Eyed Guanyin is enshrined in the middle of the hall with 84 statues of Buddha standing on the left and right sides.