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    • Water Civilization Role in Myanmar: Traditional Practices and Beliefs* 

      Moe Moe Oo (International Conference on Traditions of Water in Asia, Belief, Practices and Transformations SEAMEO Regional Center for History and Traditions, Yangon, Myanmar, 2018)
      Water civilization deals with the perception, beliefs and tradition of the ancient people of the past. Presently, Myanmar is still one of the agricultural societies in the South East Asia. More than ninety percent of the ...
    • Water Resource Management in Panglong 

      May Thu Naing (Jour. Myan. Acad. Arts & Sc, 2009)
      This research is focused on core area in Panglong and its environ. The data required for this research were collected by using questionnaires in four wards and by gathering from Administrative Department and Municipal ...
    • Water, Ritual, and Prosperity at the Classical Capital of Bagan, Myanmar (11th to 14th Centuries CE): Archaeological Exploration of the Tuyin Thetso “Water Mountain” and the Nat Yekan Sacred Water Tank 

      Iannone, Gyles; Pyiet Phyo Kyaw; Macrae, Scott; Nyein Chan Soe; Saw Tun Lin; Cheong, Kong F. (SEAMEO Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts (SPAFA), 2019)
      The IRAW@Bagan project is aimed at developing an integrated socio-ecological history for residential patterning, agricultural practices, and water management at the classical Burmese (Bama) capital of Bagan, Myanmar (11th ...
    • The Ways to Develop the Social Life 

      Zin Mar Oo (The Third Myanmar Japan International Symposium, Pathein University, 2016)
      “Man is by nature a social creature, we are living with neighbours and interact each other or with environment. We are making mutual relationship with others, participants fundamentally in crowd and then in country, for ...
    • White-winged Duck Asarcornis scutulata recorded in the Hkakabo Razi Landscape, Kachin State, Myanmar 

      Sai Sein Lin Oo; Myint Kyaw; Meyers, Koen; Renner, Swen C. (BirdingASIA, 2018)
    • Wuntho Town and Outstanding Activities Wuntho Sawbwa U Aung Myat 

      San Yu Aung (2nd International conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies 16-18 February, University of Mandalay, 2018)
      Wuntho is a town located in Upper Myanmar and included in Katha District with an estimated population of 73,665. A recent excavation shows that it was established not later than 5th century AD. In this paper, the evidence ...
    • Zaw Ti Sarsana in Mohnyin Town 

      Aung Zaw Myint (Myanmar Historical Research Journal, 2015)
      The Zaw Ti Gaing (Religious Sect) was named after the title of the founder of the Zaw Ti Sect "Ashin Wara Zaw Ti". Being unfavorable to the doctrine, the Myanmar Kings of the Konbaung period suppressed the Zaw Ti Gaing ...
    • Zooplankton Community in Meiktila Lake, Meiktila, Central Myanmar 

      Thynn Thynn Aung; Thant Zin (Universities Research Journal, 2015)
      Zooplankton community in Meiktila Lake, Meiktila , Central Myanmar investigated during October 2009 to August 2011 revealed a total of 16 species of zooplankton and one copepod nauplius larva Zooplankton community ...
    • သထုံေဒသမွေက်ာက္ေခတ္သစ္ဓေလ့အေထာက္အထားမ်ား 

      Maung Maung Lwin (Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 2007)
      ဤစာတမ္းသည္ သထံုေဒသတ ြင္ပါ၀င္သည့္ မရမ္းကုန္းေက်းရ ြာမွ ေတ ြ႕ရိွသည့္ ေက်ာက္ေခာတ္သစ္ ဓ ေလ့ဆိုင္ရာအ ေထာက္အထားမ်ားကိုတင္ျပထားျခင္းျဖစ္ပါသည္။ မရမ္းကုန္း (၁၆º ၅၉' ေျမာက္၊ ၉၇º ၁၅'အ ေ႐ွ႔) သထံုျမိဳ႕အ ေနာက္ေျမာက္ဘက္(၈) မိုင္ခန္႔တ ...