Hpaung Daw U Pagoda In Inle Lake

This is a notable Buddhist site in Burma. The pagoda is home to five small images of Buddha from the 12th century which are covered in Gold leaves in such a manner that the original forms of the Buddha cannot be seen from outside. The gold leaf covering is however much recent as an addition and the images that are on the walls of the pagoda look more pristine. It is also worth being a part of the 19 days festival at the pagoda that is held each year during the month of October at the end of the Buddhist lent.

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