Nanphaya Temple is one of the four standstone monuments in Bagan. It is believed that the great grandson of King Manuha built the temple in late 11th century or early 12th century. The stone reliefs on the four pillars of the interior chamber are well-preserved and the master’s craftsmanship can be admired for the intricate floral details. The stone reliefs also depicted the Brahmas and ogres figures. There are Buddhist and Mon motifs on the decorative artworks found adorning the external base of the structure.
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