Like most major pagodas, the trim lawn outside is a bit unusual, and it was built in the 11th century. It's amazing to think about how many of the more than 1,000-year-old excellent buildings remain intact in such a small location. Earthquakes and other actions have destroyed more facts, making you wonder what it would look like if there were so many pagodas already huge
Dhammayazaka The Chinese translation of each place of this pagoda is slightly different. The location is on the road from Xingan to Sugan Airport, and you can see the top of the glittering tower by the roadside. This tower has been under maintenance before, and it has only recently been completed, so you can also see the golden bell tower. The millennium pagoda itself is a story that friends who like history can study carefully.
#Thousands of Buddha Pagodas barefoot trip • 2019 Myanmar Tour #No.36 Qigan Damasga Buddha Pagodas Started in 1196, although it has a thousand years of history, but it appears as early as possible because of careful maintenance. When we arrived, the main building was under maintenance, and the bamboo mats covered the golden tower tightly, a little regrettable. However, after maintenance, I believe the golden light of the Tamasga tower will shine even more brightly. What is lovely is the lush garden around the pagoda, and the flame-like plum blossoms in the garden crawling over the frame, hanging walls, piled roofs, will bloom all the colors and vitality! Also let people like, is the scene under the triangle plum rack see - Myanmar little brother specially brought bread, a few puppies around him, enjoy this delicious. The most enjoyable thing is that the muddleheads of the same company forgot their backpacks when changing shoes. When we returned half an hour later, the stallholder at the door had already helped us pack them. She simply replied "No problem" to our constant "Thank you" and refused our reward. In Burma, she was always inadvertently moved by the goodwill of people.
The temple, built in 1196, is located in the southern plain of Gangan. The most special thing about it is that it is pentagon shaped and looks down from the sky, especially when you take a hot balloon in the morning, you can tell it at a glance.
It was built in the late 12th century to honor Buddha-Sheri from Sri Lanka. Among the thousands of temples in Sugan, Damayataka is a curiously exotic: its courtyard is a large flowered garden with golden bell-shaped pagodas in the middle (maintenance of the earthquake spire), and the base of the pagoda is not quadrilateral. It is in the unique pentagon of Sugan, in addition to the four Buddhas, east, west, north and south, the future Buddha Maitreya is also placed within it.