Popular religions tend to have funds available to build elaborate, permanent buildings and to employ the best composers, musicians, sculptors, and painters. Before electronic media, the established religion’s place of worship was the best show in town.
Let’s look and listen.
Most of China’s Buddhists live in Tibet.
“Nyen-Seng” by Drepung Loseling Monastery Monks
Confucian temples – interiors
Taoist temples – interiors
Morning Bell Chant Buddhist Chanting
“Sacris Solemnis” by Benedictine Monks of the Abbey Saint Maurice Et Saint Maur, Clervaux, Luxemburg (borders the Netherlands
traditional Japanese gate most commonly found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine. It symbolically marks the transition from the profane to the sacred.
“Huanqiutan Garden” by Oliver Shanti & Friends
Indonesia’s Regina singing Alhamdulillah (thanks be to Allah)