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Thitsawadi Temple

Type of monument : Type III Temple (Cave type)
Location : West of West Pwasaw Village
Region : West Pwasaw
Built by : King Saw Monnit
Date : A.D 1334
Monument Number : 918

Thitsawadi Temple is a three-storey building, which is a rare monument in Bagan. Most of the temples in Bagan are found as two-storey buildings.

It is a large temple with ancient architectures of Bagan. Beautiful stuccos and interesting mural paintings can be found in this temple. There is also a stone inscriptions dating back to A.D 1334, written about the donation of the temple, land and slaves to maintain and protect the temple from other harms. And also there are ink inscriptions about maintenance of the temple in A.D 1484.










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