The Buddhist Cultural Remains of Sri Ksetra

Win Kyaing


The Buddhist cultural remains of Sri Ksetra stand as the evolutional Buddhist art and architecture of first millennium AD not only for prolong life span of the city itself  but also for regional Southeast Asia. They have been also venerated till today and taken care on physically by structural conservations in successive periods and attempted on the reveal of archaeological research. The present paper tries to note the brief different stages of religious structures such as stupas, temples and ritual halls of existing and excavated positions, and statuary finds of iconographic interests additionally epigraphic evidences of literate Buddhism. Furthermore the paper is alike to highlight these Buddhist cultural remains of Sri Ksetra have been evaluated into the outstanding universal value when Pyu Ancient Cities of Halin, Beikthano and Sri Ksetra were World Heritage Site enlisted.

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Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University
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