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Nanpaya Temple Myinkaba

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30 Nov 2015 | Mon

Day 13 of 47

Today’s Events:

– Flight – Yangon International Airport to Bagan Nyaung-U Airport

– Nyaung-U Town and Mani Sithu Market

– Shwezigon Pagoda Nyaung-U

– Gubyaukgyi Temple Myinkaba

– Bagan’s Vast Temple Plains

– Htilominlo Temple Nyaung-U

– Ananda Temple Bagan

– Queen Restaurant Nyaung-U

– The Hotel at Tharabar Gate Bagan

– Manuha Temple Myinkaba

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– Lacquerware Factory Bagan

– Thatbyinnyu Temple Bagan

– Our First Sunset in Bagan

– Nanpaya Temple Myinkaba –

Nanpaya Temple (Burmese: နန်းဘုရားကျောင်း [náɰ̃ pʰəjá tɕáʊɰ̃]; lit. “palace temple”) is a Hindu temple located in Myinkaba (a village south of Bagan) in Burma. The temple is adjacent to the Manuha Temple and was built by the captive Thaton Kingdom King Makuta.

It was built using mud mortar, stone, and brick, and was used as the residence of Manuha. The temple contains intricate carvings of Brahma, and also contains depictions of other Hindu gods. Also, because Manuha was a Mon, there are many figures and symbols of the Mon within the temple, including hinthas.

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