The stupa stands in the middle of the temple, with golden lights, and white small pagodas are neatly arranged around. Each small pagoda houses a stone stele with the Tripitaka in Pali.
But now every pagoda has made iron fences to prevent damage. King Min Dong of the Gongbang Dynasty in the 19th century summoned 2,400 monks to carve the Tripitaka on a grand scale
Counting for 8 hours a day, the text of the entire pagoda group will take 450 days to read in total. You can imagine how precious the scriptures are.
Among the many small stupas, one of the iron gates is open, allowing visitors to watch the stele content up close, densely packed in Burmese.
You can take pictures around the pagoda. Taking pictures here is a bit like being in Butter Pamukkale. Pieces of pure white
In the center of the pagoda is a golden golden pagoda, and many white pagodas surround it. Visitors can ring the bell at close range and pray for themselves and their families.
At the foot of the mountain is a real Buddhist building complex. You can take a look at the scenery from the top of the mountain. The Buddhist Academy is also a very good landscape. The entire student body can read a lot of golden roof structures, and the college auditorium is also very large.
Located at the foot of Sagaing Mountain, the ancient city of Sagaing Mountain, this is a world Buddhist academy where 600 monks from all over the world practice. The tower at the entrance is very special, beautifully carved and magnificent. Very beautiful
Tidago World Buddhist College is located at the foot of Sagaing Mountain, the ancient city of Sagaing Mountain. More than 600 monks from Myanmar and all over the world are practicing here. The architecture and sculptures of the entire monastery are very beautiful and magnificent.
The buildings are exquisite and magnificent, and there are many monks practicing here.