The Sulamani Temple, meaning the crowning jewel (in Pali Culamcini) and also referred to as the ‘small ruby’ temple, was built in 1183 CE by King Narapatisithu. Legend has it that the king saw a ruby shining in a hollow when returning to Baga from climbing Mount Tuywin and took it as a sign to offer merit at the site. Glazed terracotta plaques decorate the terraces of the Temple and several original Buddha images can be found inside the Temple.
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