The Huayan or Flower Garland school of Buddhism (, from ) is a tradition of Mahayana Buddhist philosophy that first flourished in China during the Tang dynasty. The Huayen worldview is based primarily on the 'Avatamsaka Sutra' . The name 'Flower Garland' is meant to suggest the crowning glory of a Buddha's profound understanding of ultimate reality.
The Huayan School is known as Hwaeom in Korea and Kegon in Japan. This tradition also had a strong influence on Chan Buddhism
The nearest airports to Huaban are Guanghan Airport (about 8.21 miles / 13.22 km), Nanchong Airport (about 36.96 miles / 59.48 km), Chongqing Airport (about 49.61 miles / 79.83 km), Dazu Airport (about 69.61 miles / 112.03 km), Daxian Airport (about 72.55 miles / 116.76 km), Liangping Airport (about 75.08 miles / 120.84 km). (All distances are linear distances).