State Administration Council Chairman Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing pays homage to Insein Ywama Sayadaw, offers alms, supplicates propagation of Buddhism

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Chairman of State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing pays homage to Insein Ywama Sayadaw on 5 December 2021.

Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing yesterday morning paid homage to Insein Ywama Sayadaw at Insein Ywama Learning Centre in Insein Township of Yangon Region and offered alms donated by families of the Tatmadaw (Army, Navy and Air) to members of the Sangha at the monastery.
First, the Senior General paid homage to State Ovadacariya, Ovadacariya of Shwedagon Pagoda Board of Trustees Insein Ywama Sayadaw Agga Maha Pandita Bhaddanta Tiloka Bhivamsa.
The Senior General supplicated progress in carving the Maravijaya sitting Buddha image which would be the highest marble Buddha image in the world in line with the advice of State Sangha Maha Nayaka Committee member Sayadaws and religious and Myanmar traditions, arrangements to carve the stone inscriptions bearing the Tri Pitaka treatises and Atthakatha and Tika treatises for public observation, and plan to publish the Tri Pitaka treatises, Atthakatha and Tika treatises in Pali and Romanize languages to the international Buddhist academies, learning centres and monasteries free of charge as efforts for flourishing of the Buddhism.
After asking after the health of the Sayadaw, the Senior General supplicated medical checkup and preventive measures for the health conditions, reduction of infection rate to the certain degree thanks to collaborative efforts of the government, health staff, volunteers and people, and plan to complete vaccination for a half of the total population this year.
The Sayadaw expressed his delightedness for development of the State and the national and propagation of the Sasana.
The Sayadaw urged the Senior General to further preserve the nationality, language and religion and left necessay measuves.
The Senior General presented eight prerequisite alms, cash for nine prerequisites, 100 bags of rice, 100 viss of cooking oil, one bag of salt, supplement nutritious foodstuffs and medicines to the Sayadaw. The Union ministers also offered alms to the Sayadaw.
The Senior General and party took the Five Precepts from the Sayadaw and shared merits gained.—MNA

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