The Lotus Temple: house of worship The Lotus Temple is a house of worship for the Bahá'í religion and earns its name for its flower-like shape (the lotus being a sacred flower for many Indian religions). This tied in nicely with the fact that the building had to be a nine-sided circular shape, which is a specified requirement for a religious building according to Bahá'í scripture.
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The golden-roofed Jokhang is one of Tibet's holiest shrines, built to commemorate the marriage of the Chinese princess Wen Cheng of the Tang Dynasty to King Songtsen Gampo of the Tubo Kingdom. The shrine houses a pure gold statue of the Buddha Skyamuni brought to Tibet by the princess in the year 700.