THE Maravijaya Buddha image, which is the tallest among sitting marble Buddha images in the world, was successfully erected in the Buddha Park in Dekkhinathiri Township of Nay Pyi Taw. Monks who came from all over the country pay homage to the image. It is particularly crowded with pilgrims.
Even yesterday, the monks who undertake pilgrimage find solace in worshipping and studying the magnificent Maravijaya Buddha image and other religious structures within the Buddha Park. The growth of Dhamma is nurtured as they partake in ritual offerings in accordance with their association’s practices, deepening their reverence and zeal for charitable contributions.
The Maravijaya Buddha image is open for monks and the general public to visit for free from 6 am to 8 pm until 3 September. Reportedly, it is a large number of pilgrims coming to pay homage.