Nay Pyi Taw residents engage in good deeds on Myanmar New Year

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Locals flock to Maravijaya Buddha Image, participating in good deeds on Myanmar New Year Day in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday. Photo: Phoe Pyae

The Myanmar Era 1385 is over, and the New Year 1386 ME has come. People did good deeds at famous pagodas yesterday, which is the Myanmar New Year (after the Thingyan Water Festival).
They observed the Sabbath in monasteries, provided healthcare services to elderly people, released fingerlings, recited the Paritta and donated alms on the auspicious Myanmar New Year Day in Nay Pyi Taw Council Area. Pilgrims flocked to famous pagodas, including Uppatasanti Pagoda, Dhadu Zaya Pagoda, Maha Thetkyaranti Pagoda, Hlaykhwin Taung Pagoda, Phayakoesu Pagoda, Lawka Marazein Pagoda, Yanaungmyin Shwelathla Pagoda, and Phaungdaw Chakma Pagoda on the day.
Similarly, members of the Sangha were invited to the building of various ministries, staff housings and religious buildings to recite Parrita, and people shared their merits. — Than Min Aung/KZL

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