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20 years ago, Lin San Temple was labelled as an unsafe building and had to be rebuilt. Due to the damage of foundation, insufficient funding and more, Venerable Seang Heng (常恒法师) always wished to rebuild the temple completely, even till his passing in 2017. After several fundraising efforts from the community, the rebuilding of Lin San Temple has finally come into realization.
Lin San Temple (灵山寺) is designed to be fully air-conditioned, allowing relatives and friends to pay their respects to their deceased loved ones in a pleasant, quiet, and elegant setting. Lin San Temple’s entire structure has a three-story height. The main hall is on the first and second levels, with exceptionally high ceilings, while the third story will be used for Prayer Hall and future expansion, including columbarium niches and ancestor tablets.
When guests enter Lin San Temple’s main hall, they will be greeted by a two-story tall exquisite Buddha (seen in the photo) who sits in the main hall facing the entrance. The space behind Buddha at the back of the main hall is divided into three autonomous sub-halls called Dynasty 1, Dynasty 2, and Dynasty 3.
The current section of Dynasty 1 has not yet been made public. This area has been set aside for future development.
This hall is mostly used for ancestor tablets in Dynasty 2. There are 15 levels or rows in total: Rows 1 through 6 are at eye level, which most customers would consider.
This hall is made up of nine levels or rows of columbarium niches in the Dynasty 3. Most customers prefer to choose Rows 4–6 because they are at eye level.
It is rare to find the freehold columbarium niches in Singapore. The total number of niches are very limited and only up to 2000 units only!
Each door panel of niches features a miniature Buddha seated among lotus flowers, symbolizing good fortune for the future generation and rest in peace for departed loved ones.
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Also, it is rare to find the freehold Ancestral Tablets in Singapore. There are total less than 1,000 Ancestral Tablets available in Lin San Temple.
The colored glaze elements used on the ancestral tablets represent steadfast confidence in filial piety and appreciation, like a rock. Up to four names, with or without photographs, could be etched on the ancestor tablets of Lin San Temple.
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