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Varanasi is considered the oldest holy city on earth and it was there, more than 2500 years, the Buddha gave to the world his Eightfold Path. But even before and after the enlightened prince, was always the most important meeting place (tirthas) between men and gods, a powerful spiritual energy center, suitable for yogis reach Samadhi or superconscious state.
Millions of Hindus, Buddhists and jaimistas have been attracted from time immemorial to this spiritual center known by three names: Kasi (La Ciudad de la Luz), Varanasi (free from sin) and Varanasi, the most modern, which means that purifies faults, ensuring the eternal salvation for Hindus.
While it has more than one hundred millions of faithful devotees spread all over the world, is in Taiwan where most particularly celebrated the anniversary of Matsu, goddess of flesh and blood who lived in Fukien province of China in the tenth century
It tells the legends who was born in a humble home to fishermen on the island of Meijou, March 23 (moon) of 960 and the room where the birth took place became red and fragrant.
Since the passing of the months found that she had not cried even once, his parents decided to name Mou (Silence), with the surname Lin.