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    • Royal Boatmen in the reign of King Badon (1782-1819) 

      Aung Zaw Myint (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2012)
      Myanmar Kings used to select sites for establishment of their Royal Cities on the left bank of the Ayeyarwady River in central Myanmar.They organized Crown boatmen groups and built naval stations along the Ayeyarwady and ...
    • Social Life of Royal Boatmen in the reign of King Badon (1782-1819) 

      Aung Zaw Myint (Myanmar Historical Research Journal, 2015)
      The boatmen in groups in royal service during Konbaung Period were those who dwelled in the surrounding areas of the river banks. The boatmen in royal service stood as the principal forces of the navy in defence of the ...
    • A Study of Myanmar Agriculture during the Later Konbaung Period 

      Aung Zaw Myint (Proceeding of the Conference of 92th Anniversary of University of Mandalay, 2019)
      In the monarchical days, agriculture was an important role in the economy of a state. In the later Konbaung Period, Myanmar being an agriculture-based country, the crops varied from region to region. In King Mindon’s reign, ...
    • 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 ...