Mahasukhamdada Chin Thargyi Pagoda, (Burmese Temple) & Myanmar Buddhist Vihar
About 20 mts. ahead of Linh Son Chinese Temple & 70 mts. from entrance gate on Buddha Marg, Kushinagar in the District of the same name, U.P., India
Sunrise-sunset, opens on all dayss
Oct.- April, Auspicious Occasion Buddha Purnima Festival (April-May)
How to reach
Hire a cycle rickshaw/ hired taxi/ on foot from the bus stand y
This huge Burmese Pagoda (Samridhi Chaitya Stupa) is also one of the new attractions of Kushinagar. It has been built & managed by Kushinagar Bhikshu Sangh. The construction began on 22nd May, 1997 and was finally completed on 21st Feb. 2005. The Pagoda is 108 feet in height and measures the same in diameter. There are four beautiful metal idols of Buddha installed on four sides of Pagoda. One pond with a Buddhist temple in the middle is located in front of the Pagoda. Myanmar Buddhist Vihar is the first monastery in Kushinagar. It holds the main charge for conducting daily & other prayers in Mahaparinirvana Temple of the Kushinagar and is also the main organizer of the Buddha Festival on Buddha Purnima, held here annually. A School, Homeopathic Clinic, Govt. Ayurvedic Hospital, Dharmshala (Nepali Dharmshala, Chandramani Guest House), run by the Monastery, are located within the premises. Chief Monk A.B. Gyaneshwar resides in the Vihar.