Part 4 of Maravijaya Buddha Image combined with parts 1, 2 and 3 successfully

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The Maravijaya Buddha Image is seen after parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 are all combined successfully.

The Maravijaya Buddha image is being carved in Dekkhinathiri Township of Nay Pyi Taw Union Territory. The Buddha image combined with parts 1, 2 and 3 was successfully settled on the jewelled throne on 31 January. An auspicious ceremony to convey the remained part 4 of the Buddha image onto the jewelled throne took place on 11 February. Conveyance processes were being undertaken on the agenda. It was successfully settled on the jewelled throne at 2:43 am on 13 February.
The conveyance processes were being carried out and part 4 of the Buddha image was carried towards the Buddha image combined with parts 1, 2 and 3 using Skid Rail from 1:35 am to 7:20 am on 15 February. Then, the pieces were settled on the jewelled throne using the Hydraulic Jack successfully at 4:5pm on the same day.
The combination processes will be conducted as procedures.
Construction tasks are being carried out for a Sasana Beikman to accommodate 1,200 members of the Sangha and congregation at religious ceremonies and other religious edifices in the Buddha Park. In accord with the guidance of venerable Sayadaws, Pitaka treatises in line with the version adopted by the Sixth Buddhist Synod are being carved on the marble plaques in Pali and Romanized languages with the use of modern machinery in order to keep the stone plaques. The already-carved inscriptions on Tri Pitaka, Atthakatha and Tika treatises were posted in front of the Buddha image. Arrangements are being made for pilgrims to view the Atthakatha and Tika treatises of the Tri Pitaka treatises in the stone inscription chamber. Moreover, a plan is underway to print the Pitaka treatises in Pali and Romanized languages to be distributed to monasteries across the world. Officials are making efforts for the construction of the Buddha image and religious buildings the whole day and offering electric lights at night for public obeisance. — MNA/KTZH

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