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The Talaings (Bibliotheca Orientalis: Burma)

by Robert Halliday

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Published by Orchid Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthropology,
  • Ethnic studies,
  • History of specific racial & ethnic groups,
  • Places & peoples: general interest,
  • Art,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Myanmar (Burma),
  • Thailand,
  • General,
  • Art / General,
  • Pwo Karen (Southeast Asian people),
  • Social life and customs

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9183372M
    ISBN 109748299112
    ISBN 109789748299112

    In his book The Land of the Great Image in page it was written: "The Buddha had died in B.C. Altogether years had elapsed since then, and for that immense period the image of the Founder of the Religion had remained on Sirigutta, the oldest, most mysterious, the most holy object in the world. The history of the country of the Talaings begins with the third Buddhist Council convened by Asoka in B.C. At the conclusion of this Council, missionaries were sent forth to various countries to propagate the Religion. Mahinda was dispatched to Ceylon, and Sona and Uttara were sent to Suvannabhumi, which land both Talaing and Burmese.

    Mon Yazawin (Burmese: မွန်ရာဇဝင်, pronounced [mʊ̀ɴ jàzəwɪ̀ɴ]; also spelled Mun Yazawin), translated from Mon into Burmese by Shwe Naw, is a chronicle about the Hanthawaddy Kingdom as well as of earlier Mon is one of the two extant chronicles named "Mon Yazawin" (or "Mun Yazawin"). CONTENTS Introduction, . ListofthePrincipalWorksbeperbbdto. e,. PrefacebyCardinalWiseman,. DescbiptionoftheBurmeseEmpire, PAGE vii xxxi xxxiii.

    About the Book This book attempts to explain one of the many aspects of the culture complex of early Indo-Burmese history; at the same time it seeks to initiate another chapter in the history of the expansion of Indian religions and culture outside India’s natural geographical boundaries. The subject of this book is but little k own and very little has so far been done to elucidate the vague. the book named The Jardine Prize by Forchhammer was published in Rangoon. Later J.S. Furnivall dealt with the influence of Manu in Burma. 4 P According to Forchhammer, the Möns* of Talaings of Rammnadasha, people who.


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The Talaings (Bibliotheca Orientalis: Burma) by Robert Halliday Download PDF EPUB FB2

Inthe Pagan Kingdom collapsed, leaving the power vacuum. Wareru, who was born from a Mon mother and a Tai father, at Domwon Village in the Thaton District, went to Sukhothai for merchandise and later eloped with a daughter of the king.

He established himself in Mottama and was proclaimed king of the Mon. The capital was later moved to Bago (Pegu).). His Hanthawaddy Kingdom (– THE TALAINGS [R.

HALLIDAY] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THE TALAINGSAuthor: R. HALLIDAY. Excerpt from The Talaings The native records are largely available in printed form now.

The history of Pegu in the Mon language by the Monk of Aswo', mentioned in Phayre's preface, has long been available to European readers in Father Schmidt's volume giving the Mon text, a transliteration, a translation into German, and critical : R.

Halliday. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Halliday, Robert, Talaings. Bangkok, Thailand: Orchid Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Halliday, Robert, Talaings. Rangoon: Superintendent, Government Printing, Burma, (OCoLC) Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

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The Talaings or Peguans ( population ,) are the most important of the Mon Khmers in Burma, but they have been expressly excluded from detailed consideration in this note.

The first of the Mon Khmer tribes to occupy our attention are the westernmost of them, the Palaungs, whose home is the Shan States proper and the State of Möngmit.

THE MON KHMER WAVE. Geographically the Mon Khmer country lies as a whole well to the east of the Tibeto-Burman, for the most part in French Indo-China and Yunnan, and it is only a few of the westernmost Mon Khmer communities (the Takings of Lower Burma and the Was, the Palaungs and the Yangs or Rlangs of Upper Burma and the Shan States) that fall within the boundaries of the Province.

10 See Adas, Michael, The Burma Delta (Madison, Wisc., ), pp. 17 – 19, Similarly, Moerman, ‘Ethnic Identification in a Complex Civilization’, p.

has stated that within lowland northern Thailand, all changes among minority Thai communities have been ‘toward the language, culture, and identification of the politically dominant people which, for the last 50 to years.

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The country of the Talaings was then, no doubt, also a dependency of the same kingdom. and the silence of their records during that period is fully explained thereby. They mention, however, the struggle for ascendancy between Brahmanism and Buddhism ; the latter prevailed, chiefly because the maritime provinces of Burma became a place of refuge.

NOTICES OF BOOKS The Talaings. By R. Halliday. Rangoon: Superin tendent, Government Printing, Burma. Price not stated. This is a good book, less carelessly printed than works issued by Government Presses in India usually are, and the illustrations are well produced, though not very striking.

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Phayre,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. trodden-down Talaings can apply to themselves what Seneca wrote of the Jews in the Roman Empire: ‘ Victoribus victi leges d ed eru n t It was to the Talaings of Thatôn that about a.d.

the greatest Buddhist divine, Buddhaghosa, the author of the Visuddhi Magga, or Path of Holiness, brought a com­. The history of the Buddhist Church in Ramanna or the country of the Talaings begins with the third Buddhist Council convened by Asoka in B.C (According to Burmese Chronology, the Buddha's Nirvana took place in B.C., and the Third Buddhist Council was held years after that event, i.e., in.

The Talaings, Rangoon,2 – 3; Stewart, J. A., ‘ The song of the Three Mons ’, BSOS, ix, 1,33 –9. In references in early Mon inscriptions to ‘the men of the four kirkūl (descent-groups)’ in Pagan, the key word has customarily been translated as ‘castes’; it might with some plausibility be rendered ‘clans’.

guage of the Talaings and the Cambodians was originally one, and that before the intrusion of the Siamese the Mon-Annam monarchydominated the deltas of the rivers Irawadi, Salween, Menam, and Mekong. There is a theory held by Sir A.

Phayre and others that the Talaings and their language came from Telingana, in the south of India. But the.Get print book.

No eBook available. road rubies Salween Sao Maung Sawbwa scenery Shan shrines Shwe Dagon silk Sithu Somra spire steamer stone sunshine Supaya Lat Tagaung Talaings Taunggyi Taungthus Thandaung Thaton Thibaw tiger tion Toungoo town trees tribes unadministered Upper Burma Upper Chindwin valley villages wild women Yawng Hwe.CITY BOOK CLUB, 98, Phayre Street, Rangoon.

2. PROPRIETOR, THU -DHAMA -WADI PRESS, 55Tees Kai Maung Kin -u-so, Nga Chit Nyo. Victories over the Talaings and local rivals. The building of Yatanatheinga (Shwebo). U Aungzeya enters Ava at the end of River battle at Kyaukmyaung, May Captain Baker's account-U Aungzeya relieves.