Construction of Great Poet Shin Maha Ratthasara’s mausoleum almost complete, entrance road to be built

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The construction of the Shin Maha Ratthasara’s mausoleum, a renowned classical poet of Inwa era, at Kyat Thaye Kone in Pyay, is 90 per cent complete and the entrance road to the mausoleum is also under arrangement to construct.
It will cost over K15 million to construct the road which will be 300 feet long and eight feet wide, Dr Than Min Htut, also known as Pindaya Mee Eain Shin, who is an organizer of the mausoleum and the road, wrote about it on his Facebook page.
“During the rainy season, the access road to the mausoleum is muddy and slippery, so it is not convenient for visitors. We plan to continue building the entrance road. When we invited donations for the road, we have received K 1.85 million as the first batch,” he said.
The public donation of K23.6 million was spent to restore and renovate the very rare mausoleum of the classical Inwa poet to commemorate his 555th birthday.
The scholar Shin Maha Ratthasara died at the age of 62 in Pyay in 892 Myanmar era. — MT/ZN/ED

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