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Pindaya cave as it was said in the previews shot I post ( www.flickr.com/photos/olgitosk/5390980903/in/photostream/ ) is a huge and long-lime stone cave in which thousands of Buddha Images are adorned at every corner and niches of the cave.

It was simply breathtaking..

Pindaya-Myanmar

 

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Pindaya-Myanmar

 

Las Cuevas de Pindaya son un sistema de cuevas situado junto a la ciudad de Pindaya, estado de Shan, en Birmania.

Según la leyenda 7 princesas se estaban bañando en el lago Boutalake cuando las sorprendió una tormenta y se refugiaron en el interior de la cueva.

Una araña gigante las hizo prisioneras, pero un principe que pasaba por allí escuchó sus gritos, mató a la araña y las liberó.

Pindaya cave is a huge and long-lime stone cave in which thousands of Buddha Images are adorned at every corner and niches of the cave.

 

There is a story of what you see in the entrance..

 

The Seven daughters of Deva, the king of celestial being come down to the human abode, and discovered a lake, and they could not help admiring, and eager to have a bath in it. So they undress their cloths, paraphernalia, kept it inside the Cave, and they happily enjoyed the water.

 

After few hours, they went up into the cave with full of satisfaction of bathing, dressed up swiftly, and prepared to go up their celestial abode.

 

Unluckily, the entrance of the cave was blocked by huge, and strong spider who had already built up its' net. The Seven daughters were captured, and asked for the help with crying and weeping. Unfortunately no one had dare to fight against the Spider, the Hercules.

 

Days and nights passed away, and the information was handed over to a young price called "Sud-dha-nu" who came out from his palace for the hunting. The prince deadly fought against the Big spider by shooting his Bow, and arrows. Finally, the conquer was the prince, he could defeat the big spider with his arrow, and he proclaimed in the air "I got the big spider dead" which meant "Pin-ku-ya" in Burmese Language, and the seven daughters were set free.

 

When the time passed, the evolution took place, and the small settlement called "Pin-ku-ya" was no exception, and the name has been changed into "Pin-da-ya" what is now known as today.

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Myanmar / Pindaya / Ombrelles birmanes

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249|2012

Pindaya - Myanmar/Burma

 

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Pindaya cave, Pindaya, Myanmar 2017

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Pindaya - Myanmar/Burma

 

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Dintorni Pindaya Caves, piccola fabbrica di ombrelli Shan.

☆☆☆ EXPLORED 02-03-2015 ☆☆☆

 

Burmese boy seen on a market in Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar / Burma. His mother is carrying him on her back.

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Randonnée aux environs de Pindaya - Village de Yazagyi

Pindaya - Myanmar (Burma)

 

Dedicated to light blue2006

 

Nº 279 in EXPLORE - OCT3, 2007

Seen on a market in Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar / Burma.

 

The Pa-O are the seventh largest ethnic nationality in Burma with a population of more than 1 million. They are the second largest ethnic group in Shan State, but also live in other states/divisions of Myanmar. Many Pa-Os are engaged in agriculture and sell their products on the local markets. Others are working in the fast developing tourist business.

 

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A farmer walks back home after a day in the fields. Pindaya, Myanmar

Monks in Myanmar crossing a bridge.

I saw them crossing this bridge from the taxi that brought me back from pindaya.

I knew at once that i would take that picture.

 

J'ai aperçu ces moines en Birmanie de retour de Pindaya en Birmanie.

J'ai tout de suite su que j'allais les prendre en photo.

Rapidement, j'ai fait arréter le taxi pour descendre la colline et prendre cette photo.

Burma: agricoltura nei pressi di Pindaya - Stato Shan

 

Burma : Farming near Pindaya - Shan State

 

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Randonnée aux environs de Pindaya

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Pindaya, Buddas Cave

Pindaya - Myanmar (Burma)

Pindaya, Buddas Cave

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