Myanmar Theravada Buddhism

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Starting out its prosperous time from the 11th century in Bagan which used to be the heart of the country, Theravada Buddhism has long been a very spiritual value in life of Burmese. This religion was spread in depth and width all over the country of Myanmar thank for the first King of Myanmar Dynasty - Anawrahta (1044 - 1077 AD).

Over the journey of time, Theravada Buddhism, up to now, still the best food for thought which presents deeply in Burmese life, art, architecture and culture, just feel like wherever you see them, you will find a peace of mind. A huge number of pagodas and temples complexes all over the country say it well. Today, Buddhism is the largest religion, also considered to be the national religion of Myanmar since there are all almost Burmese are Buddhist.

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