အာသံနယ္မွာ ႀကမ္းတမ္းရက္စက္မူ႕မ်ား/“Mahar Upadrab” or “ Oppressions of the Burmese” (1817 – 1825)
facts အေနနဲ႔ခ်ၿပတာ၊ ဘယ္ေလာက္မွန္သလဲ မွားသလဲဆုိတာကုိ သက္ဆုိင္ရာ ပညာရွင္/စာေရးဆရာနဲ႔ ။မေက်နပ္ရင္သူ႕ကိုစိန္ေခၚ debate လုပ္ပါ။ စာအုပ္ကုိ ban ပါ။ ဝက္ဆုိဒ္ ကုိ ban ပါ။ ေတြ႕လုိ႔ဖတ္တယ္။ မိတၳီလာ လူသတ္မူ႕နဲ႔ ခ်ိန္ထုိးႀကည္႔တယ္ ဒါပဲ။
မုဒီမ္းက်င္႔တာ၊လူသတ္တာ၊မီးရွူိ႕တာ၊ကေလးေတြနဲ႔ အမ်ဳိးသမီးေတြသတ္တာ ေခတ္တာေၿပာင္းတယ္ ဘယ္ေတာ႔မွ ၿမန္မာေတြ႕ရဲ႕စရုိက္က ဘယ္ေတာ႔မွမေၿပာင္းဘူး။
ေအာက္မွာ စာအုပ္နံမည္၊ စာအုပ္ထုတ္တဲ႔ခုနစ္၊ စာေရးဆရာ အၿပည္႔အစုံေပးထားတယ္။ အာသံသမုိင္းဆရာေတြ မွားေၾကာင္း Challenge လုပ္ပါ။[ “Assam’s History and its Graphics” by Pathak Guptajit Pathak Niranjan Ch, Published In 2008]
The atrocities of the Burmese are still fresh in the memory of the people of Assam who speak with much horror an terror of the “Mahar Upadrab” or “ Oppressions of the Burmese”
Our first President Sao Shwe Theik’s son one wrote in Burma Digest about that massacre on Ahon Shans (They are Buddhist Shans in Assam).
One of the Lu Yoke Kyi in Nay Pyidaw (Maha Bandula) had committed the war-crime of massacre and GENOCIDE.
I started the Bandula page in English Wikipedia with the references. But Bama Military affiliated cyber-troopers in Wikipedia deleted and even SCOLDED me as I was insensitive, accusing the dead person who died long time ago and cannot defend himself….blah blah blah…I have no desire to fight every where and for me it is important to protect my Islam related articles…so I never respond or revert the deletion. …
No wonder, Myanmar Military is using that War-crime criminal Genocidist as their ICON and HERO..they are ready to commit same crimes on religious Minorities and Ethnic Minorities of Myanmar now.
Massacre of Indian Shans
— the sort of fighting and bloody killings that took place between 1812-19 when the Burmese kings of Mandalay tried to conquer and subdue the Shan Ahom kingdom in Assam, India, where the Burmese General Maha Bandula’s troops committed indescribable cruelties and barbarities as to decimate something like 2/3 of the population and certainly 1/3 of the men and boys – disemboweling them, eating their flesh and burning them alive in cages to intimidate and suppress the Shan Ahom of Assam,India. 
This event so weakened and disorganized the Shan Ahom that by 1839 the kingdom was completely annexed by the British. Before that from about 1220 – 1812 AD they maintained themselves under one Dynasty, (that of Mong Mao 568-1604 AD when its descendants ruled Hsenwi or Theinni in Burmese). Indeed the Shan Ahom resisted conquest by the Mughals who had conquered much of India before the British incursion.  Burmese translation of above interview_ 
^ History of Assam by Sir Edward Gaits.
^ “DIALOGUE WITH A SHAN LEADER, H.R.H HSO KHAN PHA” . Tiger Yawnghwe or His Royal Highness Prince Hso Khan Pha; he is the eldest son of Sao Shwe Thaik, the former Saopha[Prince] of Yawnghwe[Nyaung-Shwe] and the first President of Burma after Burma’s Independence from British colonial rule. Interview with Dr Tayza, Chief Editor of Burma Digest.
drkokogyi.wordpress.comFollowing is the WIKI EDIT war, I had given up with disgust @ Talk:Maha Bandula The IDIOT wrote>Will people please write something with real english and proper grammar, and not kindergarten mind…
In Buranji-vivek-ratna, Maniram Dewan, an eyewitness writes:
…in attacking the house of a rich man, would tie him with ropes and then set fire to his body. Some they flayed alive, others they burnt in oil and others again they drove in crowds to village Naamghars or prayer-houses, which they then set on fire… It was dangerous for a beautiful woman to meet a Burmese even on the public road. Brahmans were made to carry loads of beef, pork and wine. The Gosains were robbed of all their possessions. Fathers of damsels whom the Burmese took as wives rose speedily to affluence and power.
The sort of fighting and bloody killings that took place between 1812-19 when the Burmese kings of Mandalay tried to conquer and subdue the Shan Ahom kingdom in Assam, India, where the Burmese garrison commander Maha Thilawa’s troops committed atrocities. Ref:
Burmese translation of above interview_
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