Stone inscriptions to get chamber in precinct of Shwesaryan Pagoda


With the aim of renovating the ancient stone inscriptions, well-wishers plan to fund the construction of a stone inscription chamber in the precinct of Shwesaryan Pagoda in Thaton, Mon State. On 10 December, Buddhist monks, Mon State Chief Minister U Ohn Myint, Commander of South-East Command Maj-Gen Tin Maung Win and departmental officials attended the ceremony.
The monks, the chief minister and the commander drove stakes for construction of the chamber.
The stone inscription plaques were donated by hermit U Khanti 92 years ago. The stone plaques bear Buddhist treaties. The chamber will be 136 feet long and 64 feet wide.–Thet Oo (Thaton)

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