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Rural Society in Meiktila(Nineteenth Century)
- This research paper focused attention on Meiktila, as a representative area like the rest of Upper Myanmar. The social life of Meiktila is discussed on the revenues and royal affairs paid by athi and the basic of rights and responsibilities of the ahmudans. The outstanding characteristic the study area was, most villages were small, with few inhabitants and was therefore sparsely populated. In these rural villages, a mixture of athi and ahmudans, or the peasantry and the gentry, lived together peacefully before Konbaung Period.
Mi Mi Hlaing
- Mandalay University of Distance Education research Journal