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Nativity Scene(A.D. 6 - 13 Century)
- 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 Terracotta Votive tablets at S'riksetra (2nd-9th Centuries A.D.), Pyu city. In Bagan period (11th -13th Centuries A.D.), many kinds of raw materials were used to make the Nativity Scenes and different styles were produced. The Nativity Scenes of Pyu and Bagan period arc here described in compares with the Nativity Scenes of lndia and the countries where Buddhism flourished.
- Universities Research Journal (URJ)