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    The Great Sunken Bell of Dhammazedi


    Burmese chronicles relate that King Dhammazedi, 9th of the Mon kings of Burma (now known as Myanmar), who reigned at Hanthawaddy (Bago) from 1464 onward, had ordered a census of households in his kingdom sometime around the year 1480. However, his over-zealous ministers not only counted the households; they also taxed them— thus obtaining some 180,000 vis (293.4 metric, or about 600 US tons) of copper. King Dhammazedi was not pleased and so, to allay his wrath, the ministers proposed to have the copper cast into a bell. That was how the biggest bell in history came to be. The chronicles also note that the date chosen for the casting of the Bell, 5 February 1484, was astrologically inappropriate and that the Bell had an unpleasant sound.
    In 1608 De Brito removed the Dhammazedi bell from the Shwedagon Pagoda, rolled it down the hill to a raft in the Pazundaung Creek and had it hauled by elephants to the river. The the bell and raft were lashed to his flagship for the journey across the river to Thanlyn (Syrian) to be melted down and made into ships cannons.

    However, at the confluence of the Bago and Yangon Rivers off what is now known as Monkey Point, the raft broke up and the bell went to the bottom, taking Filipe de Brito's ship with it— justly, we think. The Portugeuse suffered for their bungled looting, too— their entire garrison was killed in an attack by angry Burmese, and records suggest the Portuguese leader died a slow death on bamboo stakes.<o</o

    All accounts of the history of Rangoon insist that Dhammazedi's bell was never recovered and until the late 1800's the top of it could still be seen above water at low tide. Some witnesses today tell of being rowed out to the bell site by their elders to watch the water eddy over the top of the submerged bell. The river isn't especially deep, (40 feet), but at the bottom there is 40 feet more of mud. The bell is somewhere in the mud.

    A smaller bell, known as the Bodawpaya, was also taken from the Shwedagon Pagoda by British Prize Agents in 1826 and lost in the river. However, it was abandoned by the British and recovered by the local inhabitants and returned to the pagoda.

    King Singu, had a 24.6 metric (50 US)-ton bronze bell, 2.1 m high and 2.0 m wide at the mouth, cast and offered to the Shwedagon on 17 January 1779. Known as the Mahagandha Bell, it can be found today on the northwest side of the main pagoda platform. The British pillaged the pagoda during their 1824 to 1826 wartime occupation and tried to carry the bell to Calcutta, but fell victim to the same fate as de Brito: this bell, too, sank into the river.

    The British failed in several attempts to raise it. The Myanmars said they would raise the bell on the condition it would be returned to its original resting place in the pagoda, and the British, thinking nothing would come out of the attempt, agreed. But the Myanmars had an ingenious plan. Divers tied countless bamboo poles underneath the bell and floated it to the surface. The undertaking helped to instill the Myanmars with nationalism during the years of British occupation.

    The other bell, 42.5 metric (85 US) tons in weight, 4.3 m high and 2.2 m wide at the mouth, was cast and donated by King Tharrawaddy on 19 February 1843. It is known as the Mahatissada and is located at the northeast corner of the pagoda enclosure.



    Dhammazedi's Bell To Be Recovered?

    The Burmese government has asked an English marine biologist / archaeologist / adventurer named Mike Hatcher and his team to raise the bell; they want to see it restored to the Pagoda. Hatcher has agreed to undertake the project, which has involvement from Japanese, Australian and American companies. Richard Gere, a committed and active supporter of Buddhist ideals, is involved in raising funds. The project would undoubtedly inspire curiosity at an international level. The German film company which will be shooting the expedition says, "Should the salvage operation succeed, the reaction in the Buddhist world would be comparable to finding the Holy Grail in the Christian West."

    A documentary film about the search for the Dhammazedi Bell has been released on VHS and DVD in the US and is currently a top seller at books stores and Amazon.com. [Quest: Bell Beneath Sea - Burma's Sacred Bell (1997)] $19.98 Master Diver Jim Blunt will be releasing a Book and several companion Videos to "Bell Beneath the Sea" soon.

    BURMA BELL BENEATH THE SEA


    One of Burma's most sacred religious relics, it is believed that its restoration in the pagoda will bring good fortune back to Myanmar. Certainly, recovery of King Dhammazedi"s Bell— the offering of a devout king and his people to one of Myanmar"s most sacred shrines— would restore a lost heritage to the Myanmar people. In more ways than one, in fact, for the bell"s inscription would provide valuable material for historical and linguistic scholarship.

    The project is not without its opponents: Some pro-democracy campaigners say the salvage operation might be misconstrued as an endorsement by the international community of Myanmar's military dictatorship, and should wait until talks with the regime have progressed or until such time as a democratic government is in place.

    One of seven salvage projects forecast for Mike Hatcher and his team in 2001, Mike's team was slated to begin the search for the precise location of the Dhammazedi Bell in March that year. After a flurry of excitement stirred up by BBC's announcement of the project, however, it apparently did not get off the ground, perhaps (we speculate) due to complications involved in his discovery in June 2000 of a huge sunken wreck in Indonesian waters, with the largest collection of porcelain ever found.

    If the project ever does go forward, divers will use personal mounted sonar with night vision goggles and copper sulphate detectors to locate the bell, since the mud around all that bronze would have a high concentration of copper sulphate. About nine months after the survey they expect to lift the Bell from the river. To do this, they will have to build a small version of a North Sea Oil platform in the muddy rapids of the confluence of two rivers, and assemble a large crane to lift the bell out of the water. Once it is lifted, they will construct a railway to transport it uphill about half a mile to the Shwedagon Pagoda. This final operation will take about four months.


    Burma Project to Return Sacred Bell (Monday, 22 January, 2001)

    An English marine archaeologist is reported to have agreed to recover one of Burma's most sacred religious relics from the bed of the Irrawaddy river, where it has lain for nearly 400 years. The relic is the Dhammazedi bell, which is said to weigh 300 tons, and believed to the biggest ever made. The bell, made of gold, silver and bronze and encrusted with emeralds and sapphires, once stood in Burma's holiest shrine, the Shwedagon Pagoda in Rangoon. It was looted from the pagoda by the Portuguese nearly four-hundred years ago, but sank into the river when an attempt to ship it away went wrong. The archaeologist, Mike Hatcher, says he will begin work on the project in March. It is estimated that the operation will cost some six-million dollars, the funds being provided privately. Mr Hatcher, who has several successful salvage operations to his credit, says he hopes the return of the bell will prove a positive catalyst for change in Burma.

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    Tuesday, August 21, 2007
    Is Dhammazedi Bell really exist?

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    Dear Lynn,

    I can understand this situation. The only thing that would work now is a Sub Bottom Profiler which is a low frequency sonar that takes pictures of objects under the mud.The French divers did not have one so of course they failed to find the Great Bell. The top of the Great Bell is 35 feet below the bottom of the river.

    There are historical documents in Myanmar that document the Dhammazedi Bell from its casting to Gasphar Bulby measured it with his hands and described it in detail. When the Great Bell Fell off the raft in the Dowbon a Burmese scholar on shore wrote down everything he saw, this infomation has been preserved scince 1608 AD. The Great Bell is 19 times heavier than the medium it fell into so it sinks three eights of one inch per year, that is the truth.

    The Sub Bottom Profiler will give pictures of the Great Bell in the Mud, after that it would be a good idea for somebody to raise the Great Bell.For certain this project would be a big project involving hundreds of laborers and engineers and cost a lot of money.

    I have a Australian Marine Company that thinks raising the Great Bell is a good Idea. They will go to Yangon soon. email me with the names and location of people you think they should see. I belive they can get the job done. I will go on a river Cruise to Mandalay. Do you know any Mo Mo translator who could go along. I am doing well.

    All I can say is that it really exists and is out there.. The hand of Buddha put the Great Bell in the Water for safekeeping and the Hand of Buddha will get it back and place where it originally stood at the Shwedagon Pagoda.

    Keep in touch, any news about the Bell, I will work on this but its going to take lots of good luck and the Hand of Buddha. Email me back asap.

    Best wishes

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    Apr 6, 2005

    To whom it may concern,
    From 1995 to 1997 I dove for the Dhammazedi Bell. We acceppted information from acient texts and Burma schoalors that the Great Bell is 279 tons of Bronze , Silver , and Gold. Cast from 180,000 Viss about 300 tons of material with a casting loss of about 17 percent, it was cast on location wear it hung at the Pagoda.Its unlikely that it has any gems embedded on it, none of the other Bells at the Shwedagon Pagoda have any including the conpanion Bell recovered from the river.

    We used Differential Magnetometery to find the Great Bell and confimed its location with soil samples keyed to Silver. Dredging at excavation pit number 3 began about June 3 ,1997 and we reached a depht of 25 feet below the bottom of the river and using steel water pipes contacted the Great Bell at a depth of 35 feet below the bottom of the river. I rests at an angle. The Atomic Photo Spectrometer, a Perkin Elmer 303 confirmed that this is the Great Bell from mud samples removed directly in contact with the Great Bell.

    This location was marked with :Laser marking devices from Monkey Point and Bago Point, Bago Point is closer to the Great Bell than Monkey Point. It is next to the ferryboat route and you can see the miniture golf course on Bago Point from its location, we watched it being built during the expedition. The Great Bell is still there with 2 pipes in contact with it that are presently buried under the muck within 20 feet of the bottom.

    Sincerely,
    Jim Blunt Master Deep Sea Diver.

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    'guawmY nDvif;quf udka&;wJY olY&JU aemufpmwpfapmifyg? bavmYrSmwifwJY aeYu pufwifbm 12? 2005 yg ..

    Dear Nyi,

    Thankyou.

    The Salvage of the Great Bell could have continued but the Clinton Embargo scared eveyone away. This is unfortunate as I belive that raising the Great Bell would reunite Myanmar however that might occur.

    If there is anyone with the money and equipment to salvage the Bell goes ahead with the Bells rescue and is not subject to embargoes I would be happy to return to Myanmar and using locating equipment locate the Bell from the miniture golf course at Bago Point for free. Then we go by boat to this spot and using a Sub Bottom Profiler take a Sonar picture of the Great Bell which would convince the most critical skeptic, as long as the Higher Order Monks of the Shwedagon Pagoda gets copies of it and for that matter pictures of the Bell could run in the New Light of Myanmar so all Burmese can have their Great Bell.

    I am the owner of an Emerald mining co. in Morth Carolina, I really dont need money and would like to do this. Only good things would come of this.

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