Circled around the Myanmar's tallest Pagoda in Shwemawdaw Pagoda like local worshippers. This had got to work. I could accumulate virtues and succeed in the situations of my life. Leaving the precinct, I sailed down the stairs to the exit.
The gate was deserted when I entered. However, there were some people hanging out there this time. They were not worshippers and flower sellers. It is common to offer flowers in Buddhist temples. It is said that the flower, which blooms in the harsh nature, overlaps with the idea of Buddhism, which required to endure the harsh training. Therefore, the flower sellers often lied in wait in the temples.
The woman in this photo was one of the flower sellers doing business at the entrance. She stood while she had some flowers in her hands.
August 3, 2019
Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Myanmar
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