Mahasukhandada Chin Thurgyi Pagoda

Mahasukhandada Chin Thurgyi Pagoda or the Burmese Temple is fashioned after the Shwedagon Pagoda in Myanmar. It is also called the Golden Pagoda because of the gilded exterior of the stupa. Inside the boundary walls of the temple, there are 108 images of Buddhists pilgrims circumambulating the temple and there are four entries to the main shrine. The Burmese Temple is adjacent to the Mahanirvana Temple on the northern side.