Built in the middle of the 17th century, the tower was built by a king in memory of his dead brother, and many inscriptions can be seen here.
The Shandamuni Monastery in Myanmar is located on the southern side of the famous Mandalay Mountain, and is very close to the Gutu Tao Pagoda. The temple was built in 1866 by King Min Dong to commemorate the murder of his younger brother. Walking among the pagodas, white eyes are full of sadness when talking.
This is a pious country. Buddhism has been circulated in Myanmar for more than a thousand years. It is said that more than 90% of Burma's population of more than 50 million believe in Buddhism. There are more than 3.3 million pagodas in the country, the largest number of pagodas in the world. s country. In the morning, you can see monks alms on the street, and ordinary people who carry food to the temple to feed. This belief deep in the bones may be the spiritual food that supports the survival of the troubled Burmese.
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The temple is located at the southeast of the foot of Mandalay Hill. It was built in 1866 to commemorate the murdered brother of King Min Dong. Along the gate and through the promenade, you can reach the big golden stupa in the middle (which contains the ashes of King Mindong’s brother Jiaxiang). There is also a golden Buddha statue in the middle. Welcomed from the ancient city of Amalapura. There is also a small golden pagoda next to it. Surrounding the big golden pagoda, it extends in a square shape in four directions, covering 758 dense white pagodas, forming a white square. There were golden bells on the top of each tower, and the breeze blew by, and the sound of bells rang, as if King Min Dong was expressing his grief to his brother.