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Jiuhuashan is one amongst the four holiest mountains of China associated with Buddhism. The name means: 'The mountain of the nine lotuses'. The mountain has shrines and temples dedicated to the Ksitigarbha, who is the Bodhisattva of the hell realms according to Mahayana Buddhist tradition.

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