Cave in mandalay

Dat Taw Taung Cave (Kyaukse)

Dat Taw Taung Cave (Kyaukse)

Dat Taw Taung Cave is situated in Kyaukse, Mandalay Region. Mountain Festival (Dat-taw-taungpwe) is usually held on 14th waxing day and Tabaung full moon day. Buddha images from the caves are worshipped.
Religious Sites Cave
Nga Yant Min Cave

Nga Yant Min Cave

It is situated at Yankin Hill, about 5 miles (8km) east of Mandalay and 884ft (269m) above the sea level. It is said that the figure of the Buddha to be, the king of the fish was put in the cave and belived to get rain when there was a drought
Religious Sites Cave
Yankin Hil (Nga Yin Min Cave)

Yankin Hil (Nga Yin Min Cave)

The Yankin Hill is located in the east of Mandalay. Yankin Hill meaning “away from danger”, shows harmony and tranquility of Mandalay. Nga Yant Min Cave is situated at Yankin Hill, about 5 miles (8km) east of Mandalay and 884ft (269m) above the sea level. There are many carved figures of fishes on the hill, placed by Min Shin Saw, son of King Alaung Sithu during the Bagan Era. It is believed that the first figures of the fishes were kept in the Royal Palace during the Yadanarbon period. It is said that the figure of the Buddha to be, the king of the fish was put in the cave and belived to get rain when there was a drought.
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