The first side hall on the left is the The Hall of the Holy TTriad. It enshrined three statues. Three in a set in particular is the form of placement specific in Buddhism, that every Buddha shall have Bodhisattvas on his side to help him, thus it becomes common to place two Bodhisattvas on both sides of a Buddha.

The Hall of the Holy Triad is dedicated to Amitabha Buddha in the middle, and Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva on the right, Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva on the left.

The Amitabha Buddha statue holds a golden lotus stand, which it represents infinite virtues, infinite life, infinite virtues. Who one can speak aloud the name Amitabha Buddha once, or ten times during one’s dying hour, Amitabha himself will guide him to the pure land to the west.

Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva holds a vase with a willow, and a Buddha statue on his crown. He represents the great benevolence of Buddhism, that the Bodhisattva answers to whomever seeks his help.

Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva holds a lotus flower, and a jewel vase on his crown. jewelled vase, it holds wisdom and brightness, and the Bodhisattva uses them to help all beings.

On the pair of plaques on the pillars in the The Hall of the Holy Triad, it reads that the east and west is one dharma world, unrestrained is the Buddha, and the second line is that here and there is not binary, the ignorance and enlightenment depends on one’s heart.