The S h way Dagn
of wonder and splendour and moving life. There is no spectacle in the world more fit to dazzle the eyes.
There is a quieter scene at the south-east corner,, where, under the shelter of great trees, and remote from the world that throngs about the inner aisles,.
there are wooden platforms built up to the level of the high containing wall. So skilfully is the place chosen, that one can visit the pagoda a dozen times without coming upon it. Here pilgrims rest ; finding shelter from the noontide heat, a resting-place at night, and at all hours that there is light, from the first coming of the morning to the passing of the sun-