We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Not worth going out of your way to go here, but you can combine with visiting nearby Buddhas. Entrance has jade embedded into the walls. You wouldn't know you were inside a cave, it's just a huge auditorium where the monks take their exams
This beautiful cave which mainly made of Burmese produced jade and it was here whereby the International Buddhist council was held. The hall is so solemn and serene.
Mahapasana cave is nearby Kaya Aye Pagoda which has the relics of Buddha and 2 chief disciples.
since 2500 years ago , the first buddhist council was conducted in india 3 months after buddha's death. Till now there are only 6 councils and the 6th one was held here whereby many monks gather and chant and recite the vinaya and sutta in...More
This was built for the International Buddhist Councils and other occasional special Buddhist ceremonies. It is also used as examination and convocation hall for the Buddhist Monks Who are sit for the high level exam.A lot of pieces of Jade were decorated at one on...More
The man-made part of the cave was interesting but not impressive. There were statues of oriental dragons and bells at flanking pavilions along the path leading to the cave.
The building complex that make up the convention hall was spacious. The hall's design was far...More
The Mahapasana Cave is very close to the Kabar Aye Pagoda, so if you're there or at the Gems Museum, do make a trip to this. It has beautiful exteriors. The interior is not spectacular but it's definitely peaceful and quiet.