Some 500 Dhamma pagodas have been built at Shin Sivali Tawya meditation centre on the northern part of Sagaing Hill. These Dhamma pagodas will be described with more than 1,350 sessions of stone inscriptions delivered by Agga Maha Pandita Mogok Abbot.
As such, Maha Kammathanacariya Maha Dhammakathika Bhaddanta Sumana of Mogok Vippasana Federation takes responsibility for carving the stone inscriptions on preaching of venerable Mogok Abbot with cash and kind contributions of well-wishers from four corners of the nation.
As of March 2017, construction of the Dhamma pagodas were built, said Ko Phone Kyaw from the meditation
centre. Each session of Dhamma will be carved as stone inscriptions on the Dhamma pagoda. These pagodas are replica of Shwedagon Pagoda. The Dhamma pagoda will be on a four-dimension pivot. Four dimensions will
have four stone plaques for a session of preaching.
Stone plaque will be six feet in height and the pagoda nine feet in height. The total length of the pagoda from
the ground to the umbrella will be some 20 feet high. Each Dhamma pagoda will cost K7 million.
Well-wishers in individuals or in groups may make donations for the Dhamma pagodas, dialing 09- 780911871 of Daw Vayami, 09-797955289 of U Aung Moung and 09-402507016 of U Min Min Myat.