Dhammayazika Pagoda

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info Built in 1196 by Narapatisithu, the stupa rises from three five-sided terraces. Five small temples, each containing a Buddha image, encircle the terraces; some of them bear interior murals added during the Konbaung era. An outer wall also has five gateways. This circular pagoda is similar to the Shwezigon or the Mingalazedi, but has an unusual and rather complex design.

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watch_later Operation hours: 6:00-18:00

hourglass_full Time needed: Approximately 2 hour

 

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Dhammayazika Pagoda from the outside

 

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A closer view of the pagoda

 

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The passage on the Dhammayazika Pagoda

 

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A Buddha Image inside the Pagoda

 

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A painting inside the pagoda displaying the BUddha image inside and the guardian of the pagoda appearing in shadow.

 

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The larger view of the shadow of the guardian from the left side of the portrait.

 

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A photo of Dhammayazika Pagoda taken at night time

 

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A guardian Nat of the Pagoda

 

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place Nyaung-U, Bagan

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