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  • Material Culture of Halin 

    Tha Tun Maung (University of Yangon, 2012)
  • Hindu gods and goddesses in Bagan 

    Soe Ni Tun (University of Yangon, 2012)
  • Megalitidc Culture in Preidstoric Upper Myanmar 

    Kyaw Zeya (University of Yangon, 2012)
  • Religions of Pyu 

    Kyaw Myo Satt (University of Yangon, 2012)
  • Pho Kala Temple: Art and Archaeology of Amarapura Period 

    Yee Yee Aung (University of Yangon, 2008)
    The Pho Kala Temple is the one which is supposed to have belonged to the Amarapura Period, and the interior walls have been painted almost fully with the murals. Although the tradition of Myanmar drawing murals on the wall ...
  • Decorative Buddhist Arts of Bagan Period 

    Kyawt Hmu Aung (University of Yangon, 2008)
    This dissertation is the study of Decorative Buddhist Arts of Bagan Period. It seems that, such creations have developed through the imaginations of some people of that period, or the Artists and painters of that period. ...
  • The Urban Layout Pattern of Halin Ancient Pyu City 

    Sabai Win (Journal of the Asia Research Centre, 2018)
    Beikthano, Halin and Sri Ksetra were famous Ancient Pyu Cities of Myanmar. The Pyu Ancient Cities urban pattern is distinctive and original: high walls with defensive embanked ramparts and massive curved gateways set with ...
  • Ancient Trade Route Told in Ceramic Evidences 

    San Shwe (Journal of the Asia Research Centre, 2018)
    Ceramics are very important for the Human History. They can tell about the History, Politics, Society, and Economy of the past of its specific areas. Most of the Archaeologists knew the value of ceramics and study them ...
  • Remote Sensing and GIS Study at Beikthano (Vishnu City) 

    San Shwe (Journal of the Asia Research Centre, 2015)
    The Pyus, a Tibeto-Burman people, came down into Myanmar from the North-East and sell led first at a site that would later be called Bcikthano (Vishnu) in Ayeyawady valley. Bcikthano developed gradually, from a small village ...
  • Nativity Scene(A.D. 6 - 13 Century) 

    San Shwe (Universities Research Journal (URJ), 2012)
    From the time when the Nativity Scene started in India and onwards, the style of carving the Nativity Scene changed and developed step by step. When Indian Civilization spreads in Myanmar, the Nativity Scenes are found in ...
  • The Evolutionary Development of Temples from Early Style to Later Style (Myanmar Style) In Bagan Period 

    Sanda Linn (Journal of the Asia Research Centre, 2017)
    Bagan is a region which is teeming with many ancient building and historical and cultln1 heritages of Myanmar. Out of the religious buildings, cetis and temples form the greatest number. Just as the temp les in Bagan differ ...
  • Buddhism in Sriksetra with the Reference to Terracotta Votive Tablets 

    Kyaw Myo Satt (Journal of the Asia Research Centre, 2016)
    Many kinds of Buddhist evidences of Pyu period were discovered from Sriksetra old city. They are religious buildings, Buddha images and gold pa1m leaves which were inscribed the Buddhist literature. Among them terracotta ...
  • Tourism Development and Cultural Heritage Management 

    San Shwe (Journal of the Asia Research Centre, 2016)
    Myanmar is rich in its Cultural Heritage and Myanmar's Tourism is also based on the Cultural Heritage of Myanmar. Cultural Heritage Sites in Myanmar also need to become sustainable for the present and the future. The issue ...
  • The Culture of Beikthano(Vishnu) 

    San Shwe (, 2016)
    The Pyus, a Tibeto-Burman people, came down into Myanmar from the North-East and settled first at a site that would later be called Beikthano in Ayeyarwady valley. Beikthano developed gradually, from a small village to a ...