Ceremony for conveying Bhumi Phassa Mudra Sitting Buddha Statue held

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The modular trailers seen carrying the throne sections of the Bhumi Phassa Mudra Sitting Buddha Statue.

The ceremony for conveying the statue of the Bhumi Phassa Mudra Sitting Buddha and the pieces of the throne to Nay Pyi Taw was held yesterday at Semikhone port, Myingyan Township, Mandalay Region.
“This is the fifth conveying ceremony with the help of modular trailer,” officials said.
Sayadaws and monks, together with the State Central Working Committee of the Sangha Sayadaw Bhaddanta Mannitha from Ngazun Township, Mandalay Region, Commander of the Central Command, Brig-Gen Ko Ko Oo, on behalf of the Senior General and military officials and invited guests attended the ceremony for conveying the throne of the Buddha statue.
First, Sayadaws and monks recited the Paritta Suttas.
Next, Sayadaws and officials sprinkled the scented water onto the Bhumi Phassa Mudra Sitting Buddha Statue’s throne sections.
The weights of the fourth section and the pair of the Bhumi Phassa Mudra sitting Buddha statue were 800 tonnes and 563 tonnes respectively. — MNA

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