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LESSON 3400 Fri 31 Jul 2020
The Welfare, Happiness, Peace of All Sentient and Non-Sentient Beings and for them to Attain Eternal Peace as Final Goal.
KUSHINARA NIBBANA BHUMI PAGODA
in 116 CLASSICAL LANGUAGES
668, 5A main Road, 8th Cross, HAL III Stage,
Prabuddha Bharat Puniya Bhumi Bengaluru
Magadhi Karnataka State
DO GOOD PURIFY MIND AND ENVIRONMENT Words of the Metteyya Awakened One with Awareness
A Travelogue Of My
Struggle - Ridden Life And Bahujan Movement
After going through
both the volumes of A Travelogue Of My Struggle - Ridden Life And Bahujan
Movement it is concluded that:
Bahanji Ms Mayawati, the Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa, that is the
Great Prabuddha Bharath,
MUCH MORE than a
Chief Minister or would be Prime Minister
EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND
Organise, Educate and Concentrate one and all
Welfare, Happiness and Peace within Ones self and Harmony with all
other sentient and non-sentient beings
In order to elevate them to become
Exalted, Blessed, Noble and an Awakened Mighty Great Mind
Whenever a true history is written in JAMBUDVIPA, THAT IS THE GREAT
PRABUDDHA BHARATH, 14TH OCTOBER would be observed as the real
Independence Day for the ORIGINAL INHABITANTS OF JAMBUDVIPA, THAT IS THE GREAT
PRABUDDHA BHARATH for it was on that day Baba sahib Dr. Ambedkar, seven before
attaining TheUltimate Bliss, with lakhs of his followers took Diksha and
returned back to the right path shown by EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN
AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND
Sharp Reaction To The
Desecration Of The EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND’s
EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND
Was a super sentient
being of the universe, who gave the message of humanism, compassion. Kindness,
truth, non-violence peace and fraternity to the mankind. Bahanji Ms Mayawati,
the Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa, that is the Great Prabuddha Bharath
sharply opposed the demolition of two massive statues of such a super sentient
being, which were world heritage, as also desecration of other memorabilia of
His in the Bamian province of Afghanistan under a proclamation of the violent
and fundamentalist Taliban Government.
As the national
Vice-President of BSP, former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and an MP, she
convened après conference at her Delhi residence on March
3, 2001 and said that mere condemnation of this heinous act by the Central
Government will not do. The Government should treat this issue seriously and arrive at a firm decision to
take it up at the international level.
Addressing media persons, she said Lord EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN
AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND is our ideal, who gave the message of humanism to
the world. His is a religion in which all are equal.
That is why our ideal and the messiah of ORIGINAL INHABITANTS OF
JAMBUDVIPA, THAT IS THE GREAT PRABUDDHA BHARATH, Baba Saheb Dr. Ambedkar after
a study of all religions arrived at the conclusion that his downtrodden society
could get a status of religious equality only within the right path shown by
the EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND’s religion. That
is why at Nagpur in Maharashtra, on October 14, 1956 took Diksha and returned
back to the original path shown by the EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED
MIGHTY GREAT MIND.Several lakhs of ORIGINAL INHABITANTS OF JAMBUDVIPA, THAT IS
THE GREAT PRABUDDHA BHARATH followed his example and along with him they also
got initiated, which is a continuous process.
It is not only Baba Saheb
Ambedkar, but many countries in the world which believe in the right path shown
by the EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND practice that
path. Statues of a sentient being like Lord EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN
AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND are being demolished on a large scale by the violent
regime of Taliban and BSP condemned it.
On March 2, the Central Government got a motion of condemnation passed
in Parliament, but it was her submission to the Central Government that the
tallest statues of EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND in
Bamiyan are being demolished on a big scale. Merely a statement by the Government
about it will not serve any purpose.It is the responsibility of the Government
to take the initiative of raising the issue at the International level and
seeking a diplomatic solution to it.. Merely, a statement that it is being
condemned at International level and India also condemns is altogether
inadequate. Therefore, it is our submission that this alone will not serve any
purpose. It is the responsibility of the Central Government to take the
initiative for raising the issue at the international level and make efforts to
stop the Taliban immediately from carrying out its misdeed.
However, she believed that the people with a distructive bent of mind
will never like the EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND
because they have a separate and uncivilised culture. Buddhists are ORIGINAL INHABITANTS OF JAMBUDVIPA, THAT IS
THE GREAT PRABUDDHA BHARATH and its culture. Whether it is selfe-styled Chief
of Taliban, Mulla Mohammed Omar, Chengiz Khan of Mangolia, former Prime Minsiter,
Indira Gandhi, the Prime Minister Mr.
Vajpayee and his associates, RSS, Bajrang Dal or Vidhva Hindu Parishat, they
all are the same category.
THIS IS BECAUSE THE WAY THE SELF-STYLED Chief of the Taliban, Mul;la
Omar is possessed with a madness to demolish the 2000 years old world heritage,
EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND statues, Chengiz Khan
of Mangolia was also possessed with a similar madness. But it is said that
these statues of EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND were
so massive that like the Taliban the Mangol army used mortar and cannons but
could not destroy these statues. They could only chip away some bits under the
feet of the statues, which are 175 feet high and massive and have been carved out
of a massive hill. They are unique. Today, if the Taliban government succeeds in damaging of
the statues more than the Mongolian army did, they are not going to be covered
with any glory. The whole world is condemning those holding responsible
position in Taliban Government. They
should know that this brutal act of theirs is nothing better than banging one’s
against stone, but what can they do? Those who cannot think of anything good
start banging their gheads against stone. These EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN
AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND ststues have done no harm to them. But can you
destroy the ideas of the EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT
MIND by breaking and desecrating these statues ? Never.
Similarly, the former Prime
Ministers Indira Gandhi and Atal Bihari Vajpayee chose the day of EXALTED,
BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND’s Jayanti (birth anniversary –
May 18, 1974 and May 11, 1998) for carrying out atomic explosions and the code
word “Buddha Smiles” was used to convey the success of these explosions.
When the entire world knows that the EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN
AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND gave the message of humanism, compassion, kindness,
love, truth non-violence, peace and fraternity, how can he smile at atomic
This can be the smile of only those with violent bent of mind, who
always entertain violent, destructive and inhuman thoughts. If such a work was
carried out by taking the name of the EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED
MIGHTY GREAT MIND, was it not akin to insulting Mahatma EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED
MIGHTY GREAT MIND in the same way as the Taliban government is doing by
demolishing His statues ?
History is witness to the fact that the Invader rulers who came from
central Asia were not any less than the
Taliban chiefs and Chengiz of Mangolia. Mrs. Indira Gandhi during her regime in
1984 issued the order for firing rockets and cannon balls at the Golden Temple
of the Sikhs and Hindu Chiefs of the then Prime Minister Vajpayee’s associate
organizations, RSS, Vishva Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal demolished the Babri
Mosque of the Muslims, which was condemned all over the world and was a blot on
But it needs to be thought what message these people with violent bent
of mind want to give to the world with their inhuman acts?
And after succeeding in their object of committing such
barbaric acts how can they spend their life in peace?
It is, therefore, necessary to tell these people with barbarian
mentality that the awakened people of today will never forgive the people with
such a violent frame of mind. History is witness to the fact that the people
with such a mentality have always met with utter ruination. Today also they are
bound to be ruined.
Of all the other religions in the world, the RIGHT PATH SHOWN BY
EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND is the most renowned,
old and first PATH devoted to the welfare for all sentient and non-sentient
beings. Even now there are many countries in the world following the RIGHT PATH
SHOWN BY EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND. The Taliban
have tried to disfigure and demolish the statues of the EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE
AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND, which are massive rock structures, but the
RIGHT PATH SHOWN BY EXALTED, BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND
is living and will always live. Destructive tendencies can never harm EXALTED,
BLESSED, NOBLE AND AN AWAKENED MIGHTY GREAT MIND but what a sorry fate befell
the Taliban government is known to all of us.
^ Maitreya Project engineers on-site
which is not just a statue but an academy to uplift the poor, one and all.
Decks are being cleared for the installation of the world’s tallest Buddha statue in Kushinagar town of eastern Uttar Pradesh.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati was understood to have directed officials to speed up
the acquisition and transfer of 600 acres of land required for the
Rs.10 billion project to be funded and undertaken by the global Maitryi
group. Proviuion of land is UP government’s share in the project.. The
project involves installation of a 152-metre-tall bronze statue of Lord
Buddha along with a giant meditation centre, an international
university, a state-of-art world-class hospital and a museum. The
project also envisages an entertainment complex in the neighbourhood
that would include an amusement park and a five-star hotel.
Chief Secretary Prashant Kumar Misra presided over a high level meeting
of state officials, in which representatives from Maitryi were present
here Monday. A presentation on the project was made. Significantly, the
project was initiated during the previous tenure of Chief Minister
Mayawati in 2003, after which it was put on the backburner during the
Mulayam Singh Yadav regime. ‘Since then, it had been hanging fire, so
we decided to revive it after Maitryi officials approached us,’ Misra
told IANS. He said: ‘Of the 600 acres required for the project, we need
to acquire only about 300 acres while the rest is government land.
government had already started the acquisition process. The whole
project would not involve any major displacement of people and not more
than 70-80 farmers would be involved,’ he said.
‘We have worked out a handsome rehabilitation package for the farmers who would get displaced on account of the project.’
^ A View from the Maitreya Project Park
All of these features will be set in beautifully
landscaped parks with meditation pavilions, beautiful water fountains
and tranquil pools. All of the buildings and outdoor features will
contain an extensive collection of inspiring sacred art.
Buddhist scriptures give
significance to simplicity, leaving behind all the negativity and ill
thoughts. Buddhism follows the teachings of Gautama Buddha, who took
birth as Siddhartha Gautama in Lumbini in 567BCE. Born into a royal
family, he had all the luxuries of life but the experiences made him
realise spirituality and the essence of true happiness that lies away
from materialistic objects. The Prince then gave away all his wealth and
went out to seek what he truly wanted.
Buddhism is about Buddha’s ideologies; karma, compassion and wisdom,
and enlightenment. Buddhist temples have a peaceful environment with
prayer bells, Buddhist paintings depicting tales, Buddhist literature
and holy chants. Unlike other religion, Buddhism does not necessarily
believe is worshipping the statue. Rather, the Buddhists sit barefoot in
front of the statue and offer prayer. Here is a list of Buddha Statues
that you must see once in your life.
SIDDHARTHA GAUTAMA was a sovereign in India around 500 BC who set out
to find significance in the enduring he saw. When he discovered
enlightenment, he started to spread his way of thinking. He ended up
known as Buddha, a title, since given to other people, that signifies
“stirred one”. Here is the list of 16 Famous Buddha Statues:
Spring Temple Buddha in Henan, China definitely tops the list. And it
will truly amaze your sight. Standing tall at a height of 420 feet,
above a lotus-shaped pedestal of 66 feet, this statue has been placed in
the Guinness Book of World records for being the largest statue in the
world. The enormous Buddha statue is built with 108kg of gold, 3,300
tonnes of copper alloy and 15,000 tonnes of steel. The diamond seat
below the pedestal contains 6,666 small Buddha statues. Visitors can
climb up and touch the toes of the Spring Temple Buddha.
Also Read: 10 Most Famous Jesus Statues In The World
Monywa Township is a place of spiritual interaction. Monywa Buddha is
the second tallest statue. Wrapped in a golden rope, the towering tall
standing Buddha statue can be seen from far away. Built-in 2008, the
statue is 423 feet tall. It comprises 31 stories that represent 31
planes of existence. The beauty and divinity of the statue can’t be
described in mere words. Below it lays the reclining statue that is 312
feet long. That’s not all; the garden is filled with numerous Buddha
statues sitting in the same position.
Monywa is a city in focal Myanmar situated on the banks of the
Chindwin River. Only east of the city is the Po Khaung Taung, a scope of
slopes where you can see the Monywa Buddha–the biggest leaning back
Buddha statue on the planet. This huge figure estimates 90 meters (300
feet) long. The head alone is 60 feet high. The Monywa Buddha was built
in 1991 and is empty inside, enabling guests to stroll along from the
head to the feet. Inside the figure are 9,000 one-foot-high metal
pictures of the Buddha and his supporters, delineating different
portrayals of significant occasions in the Buddha’s life. As of late an
immense standing Buddha statue was based over Po Kaung Hills. At 132
meters (433 feet) high it is one of the biggest Buddha statues on the
Leshan Giant Buddha is 232.94 feet tall and has been honored as the
largest Maitreya Buddha statue in ten worlds. It is also a World
Heritage site declared by UNESCO. The giant Buddha was carved from the
mountain and faces the Leshan City. The river below its feet appears as a
part holy ritual to wash Buddha’s feet. Completed in 803 AD, the statue
in China is well maintained due to the dynamic design and structure.
The Giant Buddha of Leshan is a huge Buddha statue cut out of a
precipice face in Sichuan, western China. The incredible model is a
figure of Maitreya — a Bodhisattva customarily spoke to in sitting
stance. Started in the year 713 during the Tang Dynasty, the statue was
not finished until the year 803 and was the exertion of thousands of
stone carvers and laborers. As the greatest cut stone Buddha on the
planet, the Leshan Giant Buddha is highlighted in verse, tune and story.
The model has a height of 71 meters from top to bottom and has 3 meter
long fingers on all of its enormous resting hands. Today it is a famous
vacation spot in China.
Todai-Ji holds an integral part in the history of Japanese culture
and history. And Daibutsu in its complexity is the World’s largest
bronze statue. The statue 49.29 feet tall sits in a position that
represents Vairocana. There are many other attractions, like a pillar
that has a hole in its base which is as big as the nostril of Daibutsu.
Sika deer that are considered to be the messengers of God move here
freely. You can also visit the Todaiji Museum, Hokkedo Hall, Kaidanin
Temple, and etcetera.
Wat Pho, the oldest temple in Bangkok has the magnificent statue of
the reclining Buddha. Build during the rule of King Rama III, the statue
represents Gautama Buddha lying down before entering parinirvana. The
gold plated Reclining statue is 46 meters long and 15 meters high. The
feet are 5 meters long and delicately decorated. That’s not all, the
temple complex and hundreds of Buddha statues.
The most sacred Buddha temple in Thailand, Wat Phra Kaew or The
temple of Emerald Buddha is truly mesmerising. Situated in Phra Nakhon
district, the temple is within the premises of Grand Palace. The Emerald
Buddha statue is in the colour dark green and measures 66 centimetres
tall. Sitting in a meditation position, the Buddha statue is made from a
single dark green jade. Every season, the attire of Buddha is changed
by the Prince.
Another of Bangkok’s Buddhist sanctuaries is Wat Phra Kaew, the
Temple of the Emerald Buddha, situated inside the grounds of the Grand
Palace. The principle building is the focal ubosoth, which houses The
Emerald Buddha, one of the most established and most well known Buddha
statues on the planet.
A jade statue embellished in gold dress, the Emerald Buddha was, as
indicated by legend, made in India in 43 BC in the city of Pataliputra,
where it stayed for a long time. In the fourth century AD it was removed
to Sri Lanka by Buddhist priests to spare it from obliteration by war.
Inevitably the statue advanced toward Thailand and was moved to Wat Phra
Kaew in 1779. The statue has three unique arrangements of gold apparel,
which are changed by the King of Thailand in a service at the changing
of the seasons.
Dating back to 1252, The Great Buddha of Kamakura was once inside a
temple until a Tsunami destroyed it and then the statue was housed in
the open air. Back then, it was entirely gold plated, but as centuries
have passed by, the shine has also faded, except graces of gold near its
ears. There were also 32 bronze lotus petals at the base, 4 out of
which remain today. The huge bronze statue (now) representing the Amida
Buddha weighs 93 tons and is 13.35 metres tall. Well, visitors can even
enter inside the Buddha statue.
The Kotoku-in is a Buddhist sanctuary of the Jodo shu order situated
in the city of Kamakura in Japan. The sanctuary is celebrated for its
extraordinary Buddhist statue. A titanic outside portrayal of Amida
Buddha, a standout amongst Japan’s most observed Buddhist figures. Cast
in bronze, the Great Buddha remains at more than 13 meters (40 feet)
high and weighs about 93 tons.
The statue allegedly dates from 1252 and is, for the most part,
accepted to have been thrown by the Buddhist priest Joko, who likewise
gathered gifts to assemble it. In spite of the fact that it initially
was housed in a little wooden sanctuary, the Great Buddha presently
remains in the outside as the first sanctuary was washed away in a
torrent in the fifteenth century.
Wat Mahathat in Ayutthaya is a famous Buddhist site in Thailand. But
what makes it more interesting is its rich history. Once a temple,
Ayutthaya was attacked by the Burmese Army in 1767 and it came down to
nothing but ruins. It was in the 1950s when the restoration work began.
Even if the temple was entirely damaged, the stone Buddha head was
there, tangled by a huge tree. The theory still lies undiscovered but
the site is a major tourist attraction.
Thailand’s city of Ayutthaya is the area of one of the world’s most
strange Buddhist statues. Among the vestiges of Wat Mahathat (The Temple
of the Great Relic) is the remaining parts of a sandstone statue of the
Buddha whose body has been lost to the ages yet whose headrests
properly in the climbing roots and vines of a tree. Around this
acclaimed figure is numerous other stature of the Ayutthaya time frame
which has endured the assaults of time.
The UNESCO World Heritage site at Polonnaruwa presents you the sight
of Gal Vihara’s four cave shrines. Apparently, all of the Buddha statues
were cut from a single slab of granite. Cave of Vijjadharas, The
Excavated Cave, The cave of Standing Image and The cave of reclining
image. The 7m tall statue of Buddha that is in the “Cave of Standing
Image” and the 14 m long reclining Buddha are the most magnificent out
Situated in the city of Tsukuba, Ushiku Daibutsu is a major
attraction. The former tallest Buddhist statue in the world, Ushiku
Daibutsu is 120m tall. And if you think that’s all then you must
reconsider. The bronze statue weighs 4000 tons. The Ushiku Daibutsu tour
includes visitors going into the various exhibition halls on the first
and second floors. The most fascinating one being the ‘World of the
Lotus Sanctuary’ that has over 3000 gold Buddha statues.
The Ushiku Daibutsu is situated in the city of Ushiku in Japan.
Completed in 1995, the figure is one of the world’s tallest statues,
standing a sum of 120 meters (394 feet) high including the 10m (30 foot)
base and 10m high lotus stage. Guests to the Buddha statue can take a
lift to a stage where a perception deck is arranged. The bronze-plated
figure outlines Amitabha Buddha and is generally called Ushiku Arcadia.
Hussain Sagar Buddha Statue is a monolith situated in India. Also, it
is the world’s tallest monolith of Gautama Buddha, erected on Gibraltar
Rock in the middle of Hussain Sagar. The statue stands on a concrete
platform measuring 15 feet tall and this platform known as the “Rock of
Gibraltar” and was constructed in the middle of Hussain Sagar. The
statue was sanctioned by the Sri Late N. T. Rama Rao between 1983 and
1989 who was serving as the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, Now it is
part of Telangana which was separated from Andhra Pradesh on 2 June
The Buddha statue arranged at the focal point of a fake lake in the
city of Hyderabad is a standout amongst India’s most well known Buddha
statues. This figure remains at an entire 17 meters (56 feet) tall and
weighs 320 tons. The single biggest solid statue in all of India, it was
etched by a gathering of craftsmen from a solitary bit of stone.
Deplorably, during the statue’s establishment in 1992, the figure
spilled and fell into the lake, causing the passing of 8 specialists.
The administration recuperated the statue and reestablished it to its
full tallness and stature.
One of the famous Buddha statues, Tian Tan Buddha Statue situated on
the Ngong Ping, Lantau Island and the construction was completed in
1993. The giant and bronze statue is termed as the epicentre of Buddhism
in Hong Kong and gives the message of faith and people, man and nature.
The base of the statue was constructed in the model of the Temple of
Heaven in Beijing. It is also listed as one of China’s five large Buddha
statues and made up of three platforms and resembles a lotus.
Tian Tan Buddha now and again privately alluded to as the Big Buddha,
is situated on Lantau Island, in Hong Kong. Formed of bronze and
finished in 1993, The statue is the primary element of the Po Lin
Monastery, symbolizing amicability between man, nature, individuals, and
religion. The statue sits on a lotus position of royalty over a
three-layered special stepped area. At 34 meters (110 feet) tall, the
Tian Tan Buddha is exhibited in a stance of peacefulness. His correct
hand is raised to expel pain. His left-hand lay on his knee, speaking to
Also known as the Wat Pho situated in the district of Phra Nakhon in
Bangkok. It is popularly known as the Grand Palace of Thailand and it is
an amazing prediction of thai traditional culture and massage. The
temple is one of the oldest and biggest temples in the Bangkok area
located around eighty thousand square meters and in this area there are
approximately a thousand images of Buddha as well as the ever famous
Phra Buddhasaiyas or the reclining Buddha. The statue is forty-six
meters wide and fifteen meters tall with gold plating as its decorations
and eyes made of mother of pearl.
Situated in Bangkok, Wat Pho is renowned for the enormous Reclining
Buddha statue it houses. It is one of the biggest sanctuaries in Bangkok
and furthermore one of the most seasoned, developed about 200 years
before Bangkok turned into Thailand’s capital. Wat Pho holds the
qualification of having both Thailand’s biggest leaning back Buddha
picture and the biggest number of Buddha pictures in Thailand. The
gold-plated Reclining Buddha statue is 46 meters in length and 15 meters
high and remembers the death of the Buddha into Nirvana. The statue’s
eyes and feet are enlivened with engraved mother of pearl, the bottoms
of the feet showing the 108 favorable qualities of the genuine Buddha.
The statue is situated at the top of the hill in Thimphu which is the
capital and largest city of Bhutan. The gigantic Budha statue in the
mountains of Bhutan celebrating the 60th anniversary of fourth king
Jigme Singye Wangchuck. The height of the statue is 51.5 m and that it
one of the largest statues of Budha in the world. The statues were
completely made of Bronze and are gilded in gold. There are 125,000
smaller Buddha statues that have been placed within the Buddha Dordenma
statue and 100,000 statues of which are 8-inches-tall and 25,000 statues
of which are 12 inches tall.
The Grand Budha statue situated in the south of the Longshan
Mountain, near Mashan, the town of Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, People’s
Republic of China and listed as one of the largest statues of Budha in
China and across the globe. The statue located at the Ling Shan is a
bronze Amitabha standing Buddha outdoor and was completed at the end of
1996. The height of the statue is 88 meters that include 9 m lotus
Situated in north focal Sri Lanka, Polonnaruwa is the site of a
standout amongst the most amazing of the world’s portrayals of the
Buddha – the Gal Viharaya. This huge shake sanctuary was built by
Parakramabahu the Great in the twelfth century. The focal fascination of
the sanctuary are 4 enormous Buddha statues cut into the essence of
rock stone. Among these mammoth stone, figures are a leaning back statue
of the Buddha that estimates 14 meters (46 feet) long and a standing
figure estimating 7 meters (23 feet) high.
These are the 18 Most Famous Buddha Statues in the world. They are
not only great tourist attractions but also a hub of spirituality and
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