PM Narendra Modi visited Shwedagon Pagoda in Myanmar
Yangon: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today visited the 2,500-year-old Shwedagon Pagoda in Myanmar. It is considered the axis of the country’s cultural heritage. On the last day of the three-day bilateral visit to a Buddhist country, Modi appeared on Pagoda today.
The Prime Minister planted a Bodhi tree plant in Pagoda campus which reflects the importance of common heritage. External affairs ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar has written on Twitter: “A moment with uncertainty. Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the 2,500-year-old Shvedanga Pagoda philosophy, which is considered to be the axis of the cultural heritage of Myanmar. “Pagoda has the hairstyle and other sacred relics of Lord Buddha.
Pagoda, located in the west of Royal Lake (Royal Lake) in Yangon, considers the people of Myanmar as the most sacred and important Buddhist sites. This pagoda now spread in the premises of 110 meters, at 8.2 meters in the beginning.
Pagoda is covered with hundreds of sheets of gold, while at the top of the stupa there are 4,531 diamonds. The largest diamond is 72 carats.