Kabar Aye Pagoda interprets from Myanmar Burmese to "World Peace Pagoda." Located only upper east of Yangon's biggest lake, Inya Lake, the pagoda was worked in 1952 by previous Prime Minister U Nu Thakin Nu for the Sixth Buddhist Council Synod held from 1954 to 1956.
In Myanmar Burma, rulers and rulers generally constructed a pagoda in their respect to remain as a relic of their run the show. The Mahapasana Cave Mahapasana Guha found only north of the pagoda was worked in the meantime.
The development of the pagoda and give in were a piece of U Nu's endeavor to build up Buddhism as the official religion of Myanmar, in this manner making a Buddhist state.