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    • Administrative Pattern of Yindaw Township 

      Moe Moe Oo (Universities Research Journal, 2015)
      The historical evidence of Yindaw Township is presented in Background History and Administration based on the Parabaik Manuscripts and contemporary records. It is a significant work to extend our understanding of culture ...
    • Agricultural Changes in Myanmar Through Ages 

      Yee Yee Win (2nd International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies Proceedings , University of Mandalay, 16-18 February, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2019)
      In Myanmar’s history, changes in agriculture have taken place at least three times. Natural rain-fed rice cultivation was substituted by irrigated cultivation in the Bagan Period. It greatly affected society, especially ...
    • Around the Sagaing Township in Kon-baung Period 

      Moe Moe Oo (Myanmar Historical Research Journal, 2011)
      Sagaing Division was inhabited by Stone Age people. Sagaing town was a place where the successive kings of Pagan, Innwa and Kon-baungs period constructed religious buildings. Hence it can be regarded as an important place ...
    • The Arrival of the Roman Catholic Mission in Kachin State 

      Kyaw Swe Nyunt (Myitkyina University Research Journal, 2013)
      This paper is the study of the The Arrival of Roman Catholic Mission in Kachin State. The Catholic Christian missionary work in Kachin ethnic group had begun by French Missions. By doing so, the educational systems among ...
    • Art and architecture in Pakhan Gyi during the Monarchical days 

      Tint Lwin (2007)
      In writing this dissertation on the "Art and Architecture in Pakhangyi during themonarchical days", every conceivable aspect has been covered, and the dissertation is divided into four chapters. In writing the First Chapter, ...
    • Bamaw in the Shadow of Sampa 

      Kyaw Swe Nyunt (Myitkyina University Research Journal, 2012)
      Occupying strategic location at the confluence of the Ayeyarwaddy River, the artery of Myanmar and the river Tapaing, Sampanago commands both gateways to Northern Myanmar and to China along the Taping Valley. It flourished ...
    • Beginning of Khanti Pariyatti Sasana in Wuntho 

      San Yu Aung (Mandalay University Researh Journal, 2014)
      “Beginning of Khanti Pariyatti Sãsanãin Wuntho” is a research work that has revealed importance of the Sãsanã in the region in the development of societies throughout history. Khanti Pariyatti Sarthin Taikof Wuntho Town, ...
    • Beginning of Khanti Pariyatti Sãsanã in Wuntho 

      San Yu Aung (2016)
      “Beginning of Khanti Pariyatti Sãsanã in Wuntho” is a research work that has revealed importance of the Sãsanã in the region in the development of societies throughout history. Khanti Pariyatti Sarthin Taik of Wuntho Town, ...
    • Beginning of Khanti Pariyatti Sãsanã in Wuntho 

      San Yu Aung (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2014)
      “Beginning of Khanti Pariyatti Sãsanã in Wuntho” is a research work that has revealed importance of the Sãsanã in the region in the development of societies throughout history. Khanti Pariyatti Sarthin Taik of Wuntho Town, ...
    • Bondage Loan (Or) Ko-Nay Thetkayit in Salin Town During Konbaung Period 

      Wai Wai Hein (2nd International conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies 16-18 February, 2018)
      The Myanmar economy was based on agriculture throughout the Konbaung Period. Therefore, the livelihood of most people was concerned with agriculture. When people were faced with difficulties they used to solve their problems ...
    • Brilliant Culture Value of Schloss Drachenburg Castle 

      Moe Moe Oo; Moat War Dine Naw; Khin Than Sint (University of Mandalay, Research Journal, 2019)
      Staying in Cologne we went to visit Drachenburg and would totally recommend it. The climb with the Drachenburg is very comfortable and fast, and the views from the top of the mountain are quite a spectacle. The castle ...
    • Buddha Sasana of Myauk Phet Taik (Northern Region) 

      Yee Yee Win (Myanmar Historical Research Journal, 2013)
      The tripartite relationship of the king, Sangha and people in the later Konbaung period is found very fruitful. The king as a patron and defender of Buddhism supported the Elder Sanghas with four basic necessities. The ...
    • Buddhism in the Late Konbaung period (1819-1885) 

      Ko Ko Naing (2010)
      This paper is an analysis of Buddhism in the late Konbaung Period. How Buddhism was introduced into Myanmar is discussed. How the Myanmar professed a mixture of Buddhism and their traditional beliefs is explained. Among ...
    • Cheonggyecheon: Nice Place to Visit 

      Moe Moe Oo (Meiktila University Research Journal, 2012)
      So many great places to live in Seoul. Let me inform the nice place to visit in Cheonggyecheon. This is the historical site of Chohung Bank, established in 1897 as the first bank in Korea. It later became Chohung Bank and ...
    • 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 Colonial Administration in Nothern Myanmar (Kachin State) 1886-1942 

      Kyaw Swe Nyunt (Myitkyina University Research Journal, 2016)
      This paper is written on the Colonial Administration practiced in Northern Myanmar from the period 1886 to 1942. The British raided and occupied the Myanmar by the three Anglo-Myanmar Wars (1824, 1852, and 1885) and thus ...
    • Comparative Study of on the achievements of King Badon and King Mindon on Agriculture 

      Wai Wai Hein (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2018)
      As the basic economy of Myanmar during the Konbaung Period was agriculture, Myanmar kings attempted to make continuously to improve it. To improve the agricultural section, the kings issued several orders concerning the ...
    • The concepts of Kingship in Bagan with Special Emphasis on the titles of Bagan Kings 

      Nwe Ni Hlaing (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2013)
      The cosmological concepts of Hinduism and Buddhism are very similar to each other. Within this, the idea of the state as the kingdom and the institution of kingship was set. The kingdom should be seen as a replica, carrying ...
    • Conditions of Myanmar in Nyaungyan Period 

      Wai Wai Hein (Proceeding of the Conference of 92th Anniversary of University of Mandalay, 2018)
      This paper “Conditions of Myanmar in Nyaungyan Period (1599-1752)” is an attempt to examine the socio-economic conditions of the country under the successive kings who undertook the peace and stability of the country with ...
    • Crown Servicemen in Pakhangyi (1752-1885) 

      Win Myint Aung (Proceedings of the Conference on 92nd Anniversary of University of Mandalay, 2019)
      In the days of Myanmar Kings, Pakhangyi was the well known and the ancient town. So Ahmudan (crown servicemen) resided in Pakhangyi jurisdictions. Ahmudans had been divided into Sugyi (all armed men) Sugyan (menial labourers), ...