They generously used their wealth to donate at pagodas and build rest houses, vestibules, and monasteries. So, these meritorious deeds are initialed on stone slabs, as the oil was the origin of their merits.
If you visit Yenangyaung, you can observe the Damazeti stone inscriptions, which are the virtuous records of the owner of oil wells U Thar Kan and wife Daw Khin Thin.
There are five brick buildings, in which the stone inscriptions are erected step by step on the mountainsides. These massive buildings are over 22 ft high. Totaling 451 Tri-Pitakat Buddhist scriptures in stone inscriptions of alabaster slabs, are erected there.
After studying these stone inscriptions, you can pay homage to the Sa-Nay-Nan meaning the Saturday planet pagoda on a hill and from where you can have a bird's-eye view of the whole city.