Reckoned as a Buddhist temple, Manuha Temple was constructed in Myinkaba, situated near Bagan. It was constructed by a captive Mon King Manuha in the year 1067, according to King Manuha's inscriptions. The temple is expounded as a rectangular shaped building having two storeys. The building comprises of three images of Buddha seated and entering Nirvana. The temple is counted as one of the oldest temple in Bagan.
If one turns back the pages of history, it can be traced that Makuta, ex-king of Mon from Thatön might have built the large images at Myinpagan during the same time. It is believed that he would have made the large image at Myinpagan when he was spending days in captivity.
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