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Description: One of the Burmese alphabet inscriptions or kyuaksa at the Kuthodaw Pagoda, Mandalay, Myanmar. The entire Tipitaka Pali canon of Theravada Buddhism is set on 729 marble slabs, each with 80 to 100 lines of text, originally in gold ink, on both the obverse and the reverse sides. Each stone is three and a half feet wide, five feet tall and five inches thick and housed in a kyauksa gu or a small cave-like stupa.
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