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The Golden Shwedagon Pagoda of Yangon

February 05, 2015 1 min read

No words … just photos of a place offering shade to the body & spirit in the heat of Myanmar.

The grandeur of the architecture matches the depth of devotion with which the people of Myanmar live the philosophy of Buddha. A quick look at the stunning Shwe (Golden) Dagon (Pagoda) that contains 4 strands of hair of Gautam Buddha and other relics of previous Buddhas.

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One of the must-see places in Asia.

jm

Jan 2015

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