Reclining Buddha MyanmarLying Buddha Myanmar
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The Mya Tha Lyaung Lying Buddha
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Buddha's biggest lying image
The three most important iconographical positions of the Buddha pictures and sculptures found in Myanmar are the seated and lying one. There are two ways of standing: stand (walking) with a handout cup in your right palm, followed by the followers who hold their handout shells in their arms, and stand still with a face smiling, their right palm up.
Normally the sculpture of his Cousins Shin Ananda is in the seated and audible positions next to such a Buddha-stata. It means that the Buddha gives his godly prophesy to Shin Ananda. There are four styles of lying.
Laying the pillow or with your hands on the pillow to support your pillow, the pillow is known as the Paung lung Buddha. Tharaban is the Buddha when the mind is turned to the western side and Tha Iyaung Buddha when the mind is turned to the southern side.
Maha Parinibban Buddha (the fall of the Buddha). In Myanmar most of the lying Buddha pictures are of the Tha Lyaung family. All are Tha Lyaung types, regardless of the orientation of their skulls.
Buddha had suggested that "sitting, leaning, going and reclining are good exercise for your body's fitness". In Myanmar there is more than one Buddha statue in a horizontal or horizontal position. The big ones are two in antique Bagan. of bricks and gypsum. two in Mandalay. one of an aluminium oxide monomer. one of bricks and concrete. one in the old city of Tada U. of bricks and gypsum. one in Hinthada. one in bricks and gypsum. one in Dawei. and one in Myeik. both of bricks and gypsum. one in yangon of bricks and gypsum. and two in Bago. of stone and gypsum.
There are two more Buddha sculptures under building one near Myowa in Sagaing Division and the other in Mon State each of which claim that it would be the biggest of its kind when completed. Of the eleven lying Buddha sculptures above, the Shwe Tha Lyaung statue in Bago is the oldest and biggest.
In Bago, the other lying Buddha is called Sein Tha Lyaung and is half the first one. According to legends, the Shwe Tha Lyaung sculpture was created by King Miga Depa (Junior) in 994 AD. This to - today (1997) is 1003 years old! The time was when animation and ghost worshipping were rife in the realm until his daughter-in-law, a Mon princess called Dalla Htaw, established and spread Buddhism.
all of his minions became Buddhists. During the Myanmar Era 356 (A.D. 994), King Miga Depa created a large lying Buddha sculpture on the hill named Dei Ka Lun, which at that point was wooded with sands. Originally the sculpture was 120 (Than Taung) Ellen (180 feet) long.
Although the holy statue was preserved and venerated by successive Buddha monarchs in the darkness of time, the holy building was neglected and abandoned to the natural world. "A forested hill". Completely forgotten. As the railway to Bago was to be expanded, soil and brick were needed for the landfill and building of bunkers and viaducts.
The large lying statue looked in a decaying state when an Hindu builder began to dig the "wooded hill" for the provision of soils. The work of the builder was stopped by a tempest of protest by the Buddhists, especially those who were familiar with the story of Bago in time.
Immediately the restauration of the holy statue was started. Until 1881 the Shwe Tha Lyaung lying Buddha statue was fully reconstructed in its pristine and glitter. No-one should miss seeing and marveling at this giant Buddha statue in a lying posture and no one will dispute that it is a greatness of superlatives when reading the following dimension of the colossus: