Dhammayan Gyi Temple

Dhammayan Gyi Temple

largest and widest temple in Bagan, built for the sins of King Narathu

Location: 

Old Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)

Duration: 

Friday, March 9, 2018

Personal highlights

  1. Dhammayangyi: largest temple in Bagan
  2. History: built by King Narathu for his sins
  3. Buddha statues: sitting in all four directions
  4. Interior: bricked up, only accessible through corridors
  5. My trip: quickly rushing through with a local guide

Image sources

  1. Dhammayangyi Temple in Bagan
  2. Me sitting in an open window
  3. Burmese praying to Buddha
  4. Burmese walking in the temple
  5. Me sitting with the Buddha

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