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    • Historical Evidences of Shan: Special References with Royal Orders of Burma 

      Moe Moe Oo (Myanmar Historical Research Journal, 2013)
      Shan records are 463 pages of Royal Orders for passed by Kon-baung Kings (1752-1885). Their ruled for 130 years and most of the orders for Shan State he passed were more or less routine. They tell us nothing but the king’s ...
    • Military Requirements During the Reign of Myanmar Kings (1752-1885) 

      Moe Moe Oo (Myanmar Historical Research Journal, 2017)
      It put emphasis on the military requirements for cavalry corps and the social conditions of the feudal society with reference to social relations of the ancient time are presented. The topic is a considerable diversity of ...
    • The Overview on the Appointing of Myothugyi (Town Headman) in Salin during Konbaung Period (1752-1885) 

      Wai Wai Hein (Myingyan Degree College Research Journal, 2019)
      Administraion of Salin was hereditary and the eldest son of the family was succeeded in hereditary administration. This paper is an attempt to explain the facts on how Myothugyis (Town headman) who were fundamental officials ...
    • Myanmar Parabaik 

      Moe Moe Oo (The Granite Tower, Korea University Press, 2006)
      They provide us with some historical facts on social relationships, economic activity and administrative and religious matters.
    • Myanmar Palm leaf Manuscript 

      Moe Moe Oo (Asia Research Network, 2006)
      Given the great intellectual vitality of the Myanmar mind and Myanmar's culture
    • Myanmar Cavalry Formation 

      Moe Moe Oo (Myanmar Historical Research Journal, 2012)
      Since then later Myanmar kings expanded the formation of cavalry forces in some regions not far away from the royal capital city, where land for cultivation was plentiful and irrigation was easily accessible. Many of the ...
    • 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 ...
    • Twenty-Leaf Water Color Folio – Mandalay Palace Stories Burma (19th century) 

      Moe Moe Oo (AMI 2017 Conference Peer Review Research Paper, 2017)
      The Mandalay Palace stories show and royal performance to display their culture. The following are the objectives of holding the royal parabaik: reviving and further pursuing royal traditional culture. Directing all efforts ...
    • St. Stephen's Basilica and Ananda Temple 

      Moe Moe Oo (The Central European University Weekly Journal, 2016)
      After four months of living in Hungary and attending Central European University, we routinely walk past churches and statues, which all have their own symbolism. These historical sites have become part of our everyday ...
    • Socio-economic Pattern of Yindaw Township (1853-1910) 

      Moe Moe Oo (International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies Burma/Myanmar in Transition: Connectivity, Changes and Challenges, Chiang Mai University Proceeding, 2015)
      How Yintaw came into existence under the Myanmar monarchical rule and how it changed in the successive periods until Myanmar regained her colonial period are discussed. Yintaw was first inhabited by the Pyus, and it became ...
    • Social Transformation Processes in Myanmar: Special References with the Marriage Customs of the Crown Cultivators 

      Moe Moe Oo (University of Cologne and University of Yangon–2017 Conference International Conference “Transformation Processes in Myanmar, 2017)
      The purpose of this paper is to describe the marriage customs of the la-maing groups (crown cultivator) of Konbaung period (1752-1885). This work put emphasis on the customs of crown cultivator groups are presented in ...
    • Literacy Campaign: Special Reference with Thit Poke Pin Village (2014) 

      Moe Moe Oo; Soe Than Tun; Khine Mar Oo (2nd International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies 16-18 February, University of Mandalay, 2018)
      Literacy campaigns play a key role in rural development, poverty alleviation and youth volunteer’s valuable spirit. The main theme of this research is based on Thit Poke Pin village’s 99 household lists in 2014. Four case ...
    • Tattoo Art in Myanmar Culture: Special Reference with State Bondsmen of Cavalry Corps 

      Moe Moe Oo (Universities Research Journal, 2017)
      The traditional art of tattooing is deeply rooted in Myanmar’s history: from kings to Commoners, tattoos were exemplars and devices of state bondsmen, masculine strength, feminine beauty, cultural identity and aesthetic ...
    • The Study of bondage Thet-kayits from the town of Salin during the Konbaung Period 

      Wai Wai Hein (Mandalay University Proceedings, Weekly Research Seminar, Research Journal, 2018)
      As the economy of the town of Salin1 during the Konbaung Period was based on agriculture, the majority of people were farmers. When the farmers encountered economic hardships due to a variety of reasons, they had to settle ...
    • 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 ...
    • The Newspapers of Mandalay and Their Impact 

      Yan Naing Lin (Universities Research Journal, 2018)
      The newspaper, foremost one of the periodicals, initiated in Mandalay under the reign of king Mindon with the intention to respond on the propagation and annihilation of the British imperialists to him, had to survive and ...
    • The Role of Officers of Cannon (Amauk Wuns) in Konbaung period (1752- 1885) 

      Win Myint Aung (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2009)
      History had greatly changed with the introduction of cannons into the relatively calm world of man and his environment. The possessors of cannons became the arbiter of the destiny of man and material. So Myanmar Kings built ...
    • 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), ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...