World biggest pagoda made of bamboo strips, Khemarahta Mayeik Stupa to be constructed in Myeik 

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Missionary Sayadaw of Kaba Lone Monastery led the construction works of the world biggest bamboo strip pagoda and Khemarahta Mayeik stupa in the compound of Takaba Lone Aye Mya Chan Thar pagoda located in Sanda Wutt Village in Myeik Township of Taninthayi Region.

Missionary Sayadaw of Kaba Lone Monastery led the construction works of the world biggest bamboo strip pagoda and Khemarahta Mayeik stupa in the compound of Takaba Lone Aye Mya Chan Thar pagoda located in Sanda Wutt Village in Myeik Township of Taninthayi Region.
The Takabar Lone Aye Mya Chan Thar pagoda is constructed on Shwe Nan Taung hill beside Myeik-Kywalku road section in Sanda Wutt Village by Sayadaw Baddhanta Khemasara of Kaba Lone monastery including well-wishers.
“We construct the pagoda in order to bring peace and prosperity to the whole world. The special chamber of Khemarahta Mayeik stupa where the bamboo strip pagoda will be built is 108 feet in height and there will be 108 small stupas. The lower part of the bamboo strip pagoda is curved with the artworks of the Bagan era and the upper part is with the arts of Pyu era,” said Dhamma Cariya Sayadaw Baddhanta Khemasara of Kaba Lone monastery
There are Kaba Lone pagoda with 18 feet in height, 27 feet standing pagoda and Yan Aung Myin Aung Theikdhi Kat Kyaw pagoda in Takabar Lone Aye Mya Chan Thar pagoda including religious buildings like Kaba Lone monastery, Kaba Lone Buddhist ordination hall, religious hall and refectory.
Moreover, the construction works of 108 feet Khemarahta Mayeik stupa, 9 feet 108 combination stupas, 36 feet Nagayon pagoda with nine Nagas and Arahan Theikdhi pagoda are under construction. Similarly, 24 buildings for one monk and Kaba Aeka Yaza Dhamma Beikman with 200 feet in width and 100 feet in height are also being built.
“The 32 feet bamboo strip pagoda is weaved in Aungban Township. The Buddha statue is made in sitting posture. The weaving craftwork started in 2017 and is slated to complete by the end of 2021.
The bamboo strip Pagoda will show the Myanmar traditional artworks. We build such pagoda as we want the people to know about Myanmar artworks and there is no bamboo strip Buddha statue in Myeik,” Sayadaw said.
Sayadaw has managed the construction of the religious buildings and halls such as a standing pagoda, Kaba Lone Buddhist ordination hall, 70 feet lake, six Sasana flag poles, the world biggest bamboo strip pagoda, waterfalls and other Buddha statues in 2016 and 2017.
Moreover, Sayadaw kept carrying out religious-related missions such as constructing two gongs on Naga, 108 combination stupas, Arahan Theikdhi pagoda and paving platforms on Kaba Lone pagoda in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Kaba Lone Sayadaw leads the construction works of the world biggest bamboo strip pagoda and Khemarahta Mayeik stupa with devotees and well-wishers. Therefore, people can donate and pay visits to Takaba Lone Aye Mya Chan Thar pagoda. — Khine Htoo (Myeik/IPRD)/GNLM

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