Muslims in the Bagan, the first Myanmar Empire era

ပုဂံေခတ္မွ ျမန္မာမြတ္စလင္မ်ား

Muslims in the Bagan, the first Myanmar Empire era

2 Responses to “Muslims in the Bagan, the first Myanmar Empire era”

  1. nyiwin Says:

    Thanks Dr. Ko Ko Gyi for sharing this informative talk about our history and nationalism of citizens regardless of race and religion

  2. nyiwin Says:

    However, I wish to make a point regarding NgaYaMan Kann, Saw Lu’s wet mother’s son and his childhood friend. Yaman is a Bagan era word for the Mon, which is also used for Yamethin, a place where the Mons stayed at the time. It has been stated in Myanmar chronicles that NgaYaMan Kann was given Okthar Pegu to rule and fought against King Saw Lu after a game of shells ေၾကြအံ in which he clapped his arms after a win against the king and Sawlu challenged him to rebel if he dared, a rare action of a king who could have him put in chains and dungeon at once.

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