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The Shwedagon Pagoda authoritatively named Shwedagon Zedi Daw and furthermore known as the Great Dagon Pagoda and the Golden Pagoda is a plated stupa situated in Yangon, Myanmar. The Shwedagon is the most consecrated Buddhist pagoda in Myanmar, as it is accepted to contain relics of the four past Buddhas of the present Kalpa.
Shwedagon pagoda one of the most well-known sanctuaries in Asia as it contains eight bits of hair from Buddha. The sanctuary was built 2600 years back, in the time of Buddha. Taphussa and Bhalika the manufacturers of this sanctuary got the opportunity to met the master Buddha in BC 588, soon after he got illumination.
Buddha gave them his eight hairs, they brought back the hairs to Yangon and assembled the initial segment of the Shwedagon pagoda. The sanctuary was secured with numerous brilliant plates and top parts are brightened with a huge number of jewels. It additionally contains numerous stupas and sculptures that reflect the compositional style from the time of Buddha.