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An entry shrine marks each side of the square base. Much of the decoration was never carried out as its founder, King Bodawpaya, died before the pagoda was completed. Sagaing 47 Sagaing A lthough Sagaing was a royal capital for a short time in the early 14th century, it is mainly known as a centre of meditation. Devotees from all over the country come to Sagaing to meditate, andnow, as in the past-it houses over 500 monasteries. Some of these monasteries are of masonry, others deep within caves, and still others nestle in the valleys between the low hills.
Further south is the vast Taungthaman Lake, traversed by a massive wooden bridge, over a km long, built from the posts of the earlier palace at Ava. The Kyauktawgyi pagoda (1847) is at the end of this bridge. It is said to have been modelled on the Ananda at Bagan. Mural paintings adorn its east and west interior, providing not only a valuable record of monastic architecture in the 19th century, but examples of a number of earlier pagodas renovated by the king. A number of smaller shrines are found in the wooded area around the Kyauktawgyi.
The upper zeidi takes its form from that of the Sulamani pagoda located at the summit of Mount Meru. 2. The circular terraces of the Hshinbyume represent the seven ranges of mountains that encircle Mount Meru. 3. The size of the door within the fa~ade of the huge Mingun pagoda gives some indication of its mass. An entry shrine marks each side of the square base. Much of the decoration was never carried out as its founder, King Bodawpaya, died before the pagoda was completed. Sagaing 47 Sagaing A lthough Sagaing was a royal capital for a short time in the early 14th century, it is mainly known as a centre of meditation.
AASHTO guide for design of pavement structures, 1993 by American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials