Pagoda Kuthodaw is gilded Buddhist stupa in the country of Myanmar. It lies at the foot of Mandalay Hill in Mandalay . Pagoda Kuthodaw stretching from 1860 to 1868 during the reign of King Mindona. The main entrance from the south is of teak wood, decorated with carved floral designs and scrolls. In the main shrine is a statue of Buddha of pale green marble.
Pagoda Kuthodaw standing in the middle of 729 small stupas known as the biggest book of the world. All the outputs include a marble slab with the sacred Buddhist texts Tipitaka, carved on both sides. Stones are on each side of 80 to 100 inscriptions, originally gilded.