Religious Sites in rakhine

Andaw Thein Temple

Andaw Thein Temple

is a temple in Mrauk U located at the northwest corner of the Shite-thaung Temple. The name means 'Tooth Shrine'. It contains a tooth relic of the Buddha coming from Sri Lanka. It was first built as an ordination hall between 1515 and 1521 by King Thazata, and restored by Min Bin between 1534 and 1542. It was later expanded into a temple by King Raza II in order to house a tooth relic of the Buddha he brought back from his pilgrimage to Ceylon, either in 1596 or 1606–1607.
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Koe Thaung Temple

Koe Thaung Temple

is the largest temple in Mrauk U, Myanmar. The name means "Temple of 90,000 Buddha Images". The temple was built between 1554 and 1556 by King Dikkha.
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Koethaung Pagoda

Koethaung Pagoda

Koethaung means 90,000 and significantly named for the number of Buddha Image. To the north of the Pisei Hill at a distance of 400 yards is the Koethaung Pagoda. The King Mintaikkha who was the son of the King Minbin, the donor of the great Shitthaung Pagoda, built this Pagoda in AD 1553.
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Lawka Man Aung Pagoda

Lawka Man Aung Pagoda

Lawka Man Aung Pagoda is known to be one of the five most revered “Mann” paya (Pagoda) of Mrauk U.
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Lawkananda Pagoda

Lawkananda Pagoda

This Pagoda is situated in Sittwe. It stands 162ft (49m) high and 232ft (71m) wide. The pagoda platform is 459ft (140m) wide and it has 8 side stupas.It was built in 1999.
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Mangala Man Aung (Mungalamanaung) Pagoda

Mangala Man Aung (Mungalamanaung) Pagoda

Mungalamanaung Pagoda is known to be one of the five most revered “Mann” paya of Mrauk U. It is a solid conical pagoda situated in north of the Mungala Gate built by King Oggabala in 1685.
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Ratana-pon

Ratana-pon

is a solid stupa in Mrauk U, Rakhine State, Western Myanmar. The pagoda is located at the northwest corner of the Shite-thaung Temple. The name means 'Pile of Jewels'. According to local legends, it is said to have jewels and images enshrined in the central stupa but none have ever been found. It was built in 1612 by King Min Khammoung and his wife.
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Shitthaung Pagoda (Shite-thaung Temple)

Shitthaung Pagoda (Shite-thaung Temple)

Shitthaung or “temple of the 80,000 Buddhas” is located about half a mile to the north of the palace site and it was built by Minbargyi, one of the most powerful kings of the Mrauk U Dynasty. It is an ancient temple in Mrauk U of northern Rakhine State, Myanmar.
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Shwe Ann Daw Pagoda

Shwe Ann Daw Pagoda

This pagoda lies atop of Mount Wathura (Pathura) at Thandwe, where the relics of Buddha were enshrined.
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Shwe Nan Daw Pagoda

Shwe Nan Daw Pagoda

It lies atop of Mount Rohakuhta at Thandwe, where the relics of Buddha were enshrined.
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