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  • Social Life of Kalabyo Ahmudans (Muslim Gunners) in Pre-colonial Period 

    Win Myint Aung (University of Mandalay, Research Journal, 2019)
    This paper mainly focuses on social life of Kalabyo Ahmudans under Myanmar Kings. Kalabyo Ahmudans were believers of Islamic faith in the service of Myanmar Kingdom. These groups of Gunners were first found in the service ...
  • History of Lashio Township Portrayed by Chronicles (1763-1958) 

    Aung Zaw Myint (University of Mandalay, Research Journal, 2019)
    In the early Konbaung Period Lashio was a small village included in Hsenwi region. According to Konbaung chronicles, during the reign of King Sinbyu Shin, Lashio was a transit camp where military encampments were made. ...
  • Chronicle of Kachin State (AD 300 – 1962) 

    Kyaw Swe Nyunt (Lucky Angle Press ,Yangon, 2017)
    I wrote Chronicle of Kachin State (AD 300 – 1962) to know and study for students and researchers. I cited this compilation from Myanmar chronicles Newspapers, Journals, Magazins, Bulletins, Meeting Records and Local History. ...
  • The Historic Silk Road 

    Moe Moe Oo (Mandalay University of Distance Education Annual Magazine, 2018)
    For many centuries the historic Silk Road was the most important land route connecting Europe and Asia. Trades were exposed not only to the products of advanced civilizations, but also to the exchange of ideas, knowledge, ...
  • Nagayon Maha Bodhi Temple 

    Moe Moe Oo (Meiktila University Annual Magazine, 2011)
    There were good ties between the people of Myanmar and the people of Japan, so the cultural relations were all mixed up in such small building in Nagayon Maha Bodhi temple.

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