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Free download ☆ Burma Author D.G.E. Hall ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ [Reading] ➿ Burma Author D.G.E. Hall – Gwairsoft.co.uk BURMA BRITISH EMPIRE HISTORY BY D G E HALL CONTENTS Note on Pronunciation I The PrePagan Period II The Pagan Period 1044 1287 in The Shan Penetration iv The MoLegends taken from Sanskrit or Pali originals The earlest extant description of Further India is in the Geography of the Alexandrian scholar Ptolemy who flourished in the middle of the second century AD He refers to the inhabitants of the Irrawaddy Delta as cannibals These were not however the Burmese for their migrations into the country had not started In Ptolemys time the dominant race in IndoChina was Indonesian It must have been strongly represented in Burma since her modern in habitants show clear traces of the mixture Buddhist legends point to Indian influence coming by sea There is the story of the two brothers Tapusa and Palikat who visited Gautama and received from him eight hairs of his head which they are said to have brought to Burma and enshrined beneath the Shwe Dagon Pagoda The Mon chronicles contain the story of Sona and Uttara said to have been deputed to the golden land Suvarna Bhumi by the Third Buddhist Cou.

Burma Author D.G.E. HaLegends taken from Sanskrit or Pali originals The earlest extant description of Further India is in the Geography of the Alexandrian scholar Ptolemy who flourished in the middle of the second century AD He refers to the inhabitants of the Irrawaddy Delta as cannibals These were not however the Burmese for their migrations into the country had not started In Ptolemys time the dominant race in IndoChina was Indonesian It must have been strongly represented in Burma since her modern in habitants show clear traces of the mixture Buddhist legends point to Indian influence coming by sea There is the story of the two brothers Tapusa and Palikat who visited Gautama and received from him eight hairs of his head which they are said to have brought to Burma and enshrined beneath the Shwe Dagon Pagoda The Mon chronicles contain the story of Sona and Uttara said to have been deputed to the golden land Suvarna Bhumi by the Third Buddhist Cou.

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Burma Author D.G.E. Hall ↠ BURMA BRITISH EMPIRE HISTORY BY D G E HALL CONTENTS Note on Pronunciation I The PrePagan Period II The Pagan Periodin The Shan Penetration iv The Mon Hegemony v The Rise of the Toungoo Dynasty vi The Coming of the European vn Arakan the Feringhi and the Dutch vin The later Toungoo Dynastyix The Mon Revolt x Alaungpaya xi Burma under the Early Konbaungset Kingsxii Britain and Burmaxni The First Residency and the Annexation of Peguxiv The Second Residency and the Annexation of Upper Burma xv Burmese Organization under the Bangs xvi The Planting of British Administration xvn Bureaucracy Dyarchy and Separation from India xvin Economic and Social Evolution xix The Japanese Conuest and its Aftermath xx The Union of Burma Select Bibliography Index CHAPTER I THE PREPAGAN PERIOD THE early history of Burma is obscure The Burmese chronicles begin with the supposed foundation of Tagaung in BC but the stories they tell are copies of Indian. Read & download ó eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Û D.G.E. Hall

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D.G.E. Hall Û 8 Download Ncil at Pataliputra c BC Was Burma the golden land of thejatakas or birth stories of the Buddha Actually the fragments of the Pali scriptures found on the site of the Pyu capital of Sri Ksetra constitute the earliest evidence of Indian culture in Burma And they do not date earlier than AD Chinese writers of the third century AD however refer to a Buddhist kingdom of Linyang which Gordon Luce the authority for this period places in central Burma Later Chinese writings from the fourth century onwards mention a people in central Burma the Piao among whom prince and minister father and son elder and younger each have their order of precedence By Chinese standards a civilized people it would seem These were the Pyu the ruins of whose capital at Old Prome Sri Ksetra or Field of Glory with its massive circular city walls and traces of broad moats can still be seen The Pyu were the earliest inhabitants of Burma of whom records are exta.