Mya Zedi Pagoda

Mya Zedi Pagoda

 

Mya Zedi Pagoda is located between Myinkaba and Bagan. Mya Zedi meaning "Jade Pagoda" in Myanmar. From Mya Zedi, two identical pillars were found to have the same inscriptions on each face. Now, one of these pillars are in the Bagan Museum and the other one is under some shelter close to the Mya Zedi. The inscriptions were describing about the Buddhism in Bagan period and also about the feelings of a Prince towards his King father. The pagoda was built by King Kyansithar's son Prince Rajakumar. Sometimes, the Mya Zedi inscriptions are also known as Rajakumar Inscription.


Stairways to Mya Zedi Pagoda


Mya Zedi Pagoda


Mya Zedi inscription in Pali language

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