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    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • A Study of Salin Thugaung 

      Wai Wai Hein (Myanmar Historical Research Journal, 2017)
      Salin Thugaung, as the separate social class who received administrative power in the town of Salin and who had dominated the society economically, the Thugaung helped settle the difficulties of other persons by giving ...
    • Khanti Sar Thein Taik in Wuntho 

      San Yu Aung (Dr Than Tun Ten-Year Anniversary (University Scholar Research Journal), 2015)
      “Khanti Pariyatti Sar thein Taik 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, ...
    • Judicial System During the Reign of Myanmar Kings 

      Chaw Ei Ei Aung (Kengtung University Research Journal, 2009)
      Judicial system during the reign of Myanmar Kings based on the traditional culture and custom. In those periods, there were Yazathats (Royal Orders) to settle criminal cases, “Lese Majesty”. Civil suits found in Bagan era ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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, ...
    • Research Collaborations with Abroad (2017-2018) 

      Moe Moe Oo (Mandalay University of Research Journal, 2018)
      International Conference collaboration with Australia-Myanmar Institute(Australia) and University of Cologne, (Germany) are hosted by the Universityof Rangon where as Chaing-Mai University (Thailand) is hosted by theUniversity ...
    • Historical Value of Parabaik and Pei 

      Moe Moe Oo (Meiktila University, Research Journal, 2013)
      Parabaiks and Palm Leaf Manuscripts are important in the rich and old tradition and cultural history of Southeast Asia. Many documents reflected the socioeconomic situation and Buddhist text of ancient Myanmar. These sources ...
    • Godolo Royal Palace 

      Moe Moe Oo (Mandalay Universities of Distance Educational Research Journal, 2016)
      One of the largest Baroque palaces in Hungary, the Godollő Royal Palace represents an outstanding national treasure from both historical and architectural perspectives. In the time of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, the ...
    • Economic Life of the Boatmen 

      Moe Moe Oo (Meiktila University Research Journal, 2010)
      Economic life of the Boatmen is very rare record. Because we have only land mortgage deeds as primary source materials to be used to speak of their economic life. Indeed such data can never be available since the Myanmar ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...