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PAGODA, comm. law. A denomination of money in Bengal. In the computation of ad valorem duties, it is valued at one dollar and ninety-four cent's. Act of March 2, 1799, s. 61, 1 Story's L. U. S. 626. Vide Foreign Coins.

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In fact, the Porcelain Pagoda remains as culturally significant now as it was hundreds of years ago.
Every morning, the sun rises, dispelling the mist and fog, revealing a canvas of a dusty plain dotted with pagodas as far as your eye can see.
I hiked to another famous pagoda, Wat Umong, just on the outskirts of the city There were heavy, smoke-spewing traffic and ear-splitting din around the pagoda, but inside the enclosure, there was an eerie peace and tranquility There were several small pagodas where people came in and out for prayer and a garden with Buddhist proverbs in Thai and English on display on the trees to help the faithful meditate as they walk along the path.
I am dancing two roles - King of the West and Court Fool - which adds to the challenge but Prince Lowry, of course that is why we come into ballet - not only to dance the classics but to help create new classics - I think Prince of the Pagodas has that quality," added the 26-year-old.
Lined with ancient palaces and pagodas, the fascinating Irrawaddy river has stirred the imagination of some of the world's greatest writers including George Orwell and Rudyard Kipling.
Over 2,000 pagodas, stupas and temples dot the golden plains of Bagan, a once-in-a-lifetime sight to behold, best seen from above by private hot air balloon, which can be arranged by Luxury Myanmar Travel (www.
DUBAI: An old pagoda house is one of Dubai's curious landmarks.
Burning all that calorie-packed Burmese food is an easy task in Myanmar, whether exploring the vast complex of yangon's Shwedagon Pagoda or temple hopping in Bagan - once dubbed the city of four million pagodas.
Right, two of the pagodas and, below, a Japanese language sign on a walkway ALL SET: Ranger Suzanne Carr looks on against the backdrop of the Chinese garden pagodas FLASHBACK: Crowds visit the International Garden Festival in 1984 CITY OASIS: Walkway to the Pagoda at the new look Garden Festival site
While only a few people met her at the Ananda, Thatbyinyu and Myasaydi pagodas, by the time she reached the Manuhar pagoda word of mouth ensured about 250 people were waiting to see Myanmar's democracy icon in person.
Sister Clare said the order was created in 1917 by Fujii Guruji, a Buddhist monk in Japan who worked with Mahatma Gandhi and who, before he died in 1985 at age 100, urged his followers to build pagodas for peace.
The centrepieces of the park are two Chinese pagodas, which were originally built in China and shipped SEE more of work out at Garden at www.