To look and see a HUMAN as an EQUAL HUMAN being with the EQUAL RIGHTS

Picture taken from FB “The entrance Arch of the Beikthano Pyu city” By Dr. Nyi Win.

When Jesus challenged, “To cast the first stone,” all left because they all were sinners. When Buddha asked the women whose child died to search Mustard seeds from the houses where no one had died, the lady understood that human could not avoid the death.Buddha taught indirectly toa woman who recently lost her child to bring back to him mustard seeds from houses where no one had ever died.Shemustard seeds from houses where no one had ever died.mustard seeds from houses where no one had ever died.mustard seeds from houses where no one had ever died.

Now I wish to call any one from Myanmar daring to declare and prove that he/she is a pure race, never mixed with another race or migrants.

Myanmar = Pyu + Kanyan + Thet

And PYU = MIXURE OF :
  1. local indigenous inhabitants since Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age,
  2. migrants came from India bringing in Hinduism and Buddhism
  3. and the last group believed to came down from north, Tibeto-Burman group.
 
So I hope we could debreif ourselves from the BRAIN WASHINGS of the Chinese-Burmese MIXED blooded KAPYAR GENERAL NE WIN (Mi masit-Pha Masit, exactly according to his own words at the BSPP CEC meeting held before the Pyi Thu Hluttaw where he started a RACIST Laws) He called us Kalas but he himself was a Chinese.
 
Now allow me to use the words of his BSPP, “To look and see a HUMAN as a HUMAN being.” All citizens must have or accorded the EQUAL RIGHTS.
 
The Pyu, (Wikipedia) one of the three founding fathers of the Bamar or Myanmar race, was believed to be the mixture of three groups: (i) A small percentage of ancestry from local indigenous inhabitants since Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age, (ii) man…y migrants came from India bringing in Hinduism and Buddhism along with their cultures and literatures successively (iii) and the last group believed to came down from north, Tibeto-Burman group.   
 

Pyu people practiced Animism before they contact with Indians thought trades and acquired Buddhism from them. The evidence of inscriptions [Luce, G. H. (1981). Burma’s Debt to Pagan. Burma: Journal of the Burma Research Society. pp. 121 Vol…. XXII.] shows that their Buddhism was mixed up with Hindu Brahmanic cults, Vaisnavism in particular.[Hall, D.G.E. (1960). Burma (3rd edition ed.). Hutchinson University Library. ISBN 978-1406735031.Page 16]
 

Many Pyu migrants came from India bringing in Hinduism and Buddhism along with their cultures and literatures successively.In Chinese Chronicles they recorded Pyu as ‘P’aio’. But Pyu Called themselves Tircul. There are records of Nan Cho and Tibet alliance in 755 AD to defeat Chinese. Nan Cho king Ko-lo-fen communicate with Pyu. Pyu Kings were called Maharajas and Chief ministers were called Mahasinas.((Perso-Arab authors) of 9-10 AD) Nan Cho conscripted Pyu soldiers to attack of Hanoi in 863 AD. In 832 AD Nan Cho looted Han Lin village from Pyu (Elizabeth Moore, Myanmar Historical Research Journal 2004)
 

Pyu kings were named Vishnu as in Gupta, India
Inscriptions in Pyu language using a South Indian script, showed a Vikrama dynasty ruling there at least from AD 673 to 718.(BURMA, D. G 1960. Page 8) On Pyu’s stone inscriptions, kin…gs names with Vikrama were suffix with Vishnu. The same tradition was noticed in Gupta era India 100 BC.and in Sri Kestia, Mon in south, Thai and Cambodia. Statue of Vishnu standing on Garuda with Lakshmi standing on the lotus on left. And Brahma, Siva and Vishnu thrones were also found. Name, Varman indicated that there was influence of Pallava of India. (Elizabeth Moore 2004) The mentioning of Varman dynasty, an Indian name, indicated there was a neighbouring and rival city, but Old Prome is the only Pyu site so far to be excavated in that area. (BURMA, D. G 1960. Page 8) 
 

Indian Dravidian tribe in Pyu’s Panthwa city
In Chinese Chronicles Chen Yi-Sein instead gives an Indian derivation for Panthwa village, as the name of a Dravidian tribe settled in Mon’s areas around the [[Gulf of Martaban]]. This g…roup was later one of the pioneers in a ‘Monized’ occupation of Beikthano village, which also led to the village/city being called Ramanna-pura, linked to Mon areas of southern Myanmar.(D. G . E. HALL, “BURMA”)
 

The early Burma’s Tagaung dynasty rooted in Queen of Pyu
The Tagaung dynasty is explicitly incorporated into the story of Duttabaung’s mother and father; the lineage of the Queen of Beikthano is less consistent, but always intertwine…d with that of the Sri Kestra rulers. In all of these, links are made between territorial control, royal patronage of Hindu or Buddhist sects and supernatural events. (D. G . E. HALL, BURMA)
 
 
 

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