Bupaya Pagoda. Standing on the bank of the Irrawaddy river at Bagan, above rows of crenellated terraces, the small pagoda is a conspicuous landmark to navigators. The dome resembles that of the Ngakywenadaung assuming the form of a cylindrical relic casket. Above it stands a bold convex band upon which rises a tapering stupa finial. Tradition attributes the pagoda to king Pyusawhti who ruled Bagan in the 3rd century A.D: Stylistically it may be ascribed to about 10th century A.D. Within its precincts is a shrine dedicated to the ‘God of Storms’.
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