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Seddana Pagoda

Type of monument : Type IV Temple (Sinhalese dagaba)
Location : Southeast of Thiripyitsaya Village
Region : Thiripyitsaya
Built by : King Nadaungmyar @ King Zeya Theinkha
Date : 13th Century
Monument Number : 987

Seddana Pagoda is a pagoda on the medieval Sinhalese dagaba, and has a bell-shaped dome on a circular base.

This large, bell-shaped pagoda is set on four square terraces, each fronted by a standing Buddha image in brick-and-stucco. On each side of the terraces, at the base of the pagoda, are 39 images of elephants making a total of 156 elephants. At the southwest base of the pagoda, there is an entrance inside the monument. Inside, there is a 4 feet square-type stone box in which are ancient glazed plaques and bronze images. The pagoda was built by Htilominlo and stands slightly south of Thiripyitsaya.




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