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  • The Fall of Feudalism (1878-1885) 

    Yin Moe Kyaw (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    The end of Myanmar feudalism was the one among many other things to the head to collision with the imperialistic capitalism. Myanmar feudal lords were found to be ignorant, not knowing the nature and true intension of ...
  • Administration of Mandalay (1886-1897) 

    Theingi Shwe Zin Htut (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    After the First Anglo-Myanmar War (1824-26) and the Second Anglo-Myanmar War (1852), the whole Lower Myanmar fell under the annexation of the British colonists. During King Thibaw's reign, there took place the Third ...
  • A Study on the Architecture of Maha Loka Marazein (Kuthotaw) Pagoda in Mandalay 

    Phyu Phyu San (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    This paper deals with the architecture of Maha Loka Marazein (Kuthotaw) Pagoda in Mandalay. Mandalay has been a city which had prioritized Buddhism since the reign of successive Myanmar Kings. During King Mindon’s reign, ...
  • Vocational Education System in Myanmar (1948-1962) 

    Nwe Ni Win (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    Education in a society is so vital that it can be seen as a determinant factor, in the ups and downs of a community or a society, for the education level of the people sets the scale and scope of development and prosperity ...
  • Tax-levying System in the Reign of Myanmar Kings 

    Moe Thu Zar (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    This paper presents the mutual obligations between the tax inspectors and tax payers during the reign of Myanmar Kings. The tax system and the different tax collectings in the successive ages of Bagan, Pinya, Inwa, ...
  • A Critical Study on the History of Insurgencies in Myanmar (1948-1958) 

    Aye Aye Myaing (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    This paper studies the insurgencies that broke out after the independence of Myanmar. The organizations that had stood while struggling for the independence from the British Colonists, got split up after regaining the ...
  • History of Taungthaman Village Tract During the Reigns of Myanmar Kings 

    Khin Mar Lwin (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    Taungthaman is the area where human beings have been living since the prehistoric period. Being located beside the bank of Taungthaman lake, Taungthaman is the sanitary and pleasantness village and even the foreigners ...
  • The Origin of Opium in Myanmar 

    Aye Aye Hlaing (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    Opium has been grown first in Mesopotemia and later in eleventh century it was cultivated in India and spread to Myanmar in sixteen century. Opium came to appear to the world of human to use as medicine. But evil ...
  • Systematic Forest Management in Myanmar During Colonial Period 

    Thi Thi Han (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2018)
    This paper traces the development of forest management in Myanmar during colonial period. It gives information about the emergence of forest management in Myanmar to conserve forest and natural environment from the reign ...
  • History of Judicial System In the Reign of King Badon (1782-1819) 

    Aye Aye Myaing (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2018)
    This paper deals with the history of judicial system in the reign of King Badon (1782-1819). It presents the establishment of the courts both at the royal capital and in the provinces including rural capital and in the ...
  • The four great pagodas of Amarapura 

    Khin Myint Swe (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2018)
    This paper, "The Four Great Pagodas of Amarapura" is a research on the famous pagodas of Amarapura belonging to the Konbaung Period. King Badon (1782-1819) founded the City of Amarapura, the name referred to as the ...
  • A Study on the Art and Architecture of Taung Thaman Kyauk Taw Gyi 

    Dr.Phyu Phyu San (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2017)
    The kings of Amarapura period built pagodas intending to perpetuate the Sāsānā. The basic architectural style of the pagodas resembled each other. The resemblance was due to the strict control of the monarch. It illustrated ...
  • A Comparative study of administrative system of Myanmar (1923-1942) 

    Dr.Aye Aye Myaing (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2017)
    This paper deals with the administration of Myanmar during the period of (1923-1942) that consisted of Dyarchy Administration and 91 Departments Administration. After the majority of the people of Myanmar had protested ...
  • Socio-Economic Conditions from the Wall Paintings of Mahasakkya. Ramsi Kyauk Taw Gyi Pagoda 

    Khin Myint Swe (Kyaukse University Research Journal, 2012)
    Although there were many urban and rural human Settlement areas in Konbaung Period of Myanmar history, the entire Socio-economic life of the countrydepended upon the capita} which was the centre of royal residence. From ...
  • The Puppet of Myanmar 

    Khin Mon Chit (The Puppet Of Myanmar, 2016)
    Puppet is a (Yoke The) is the Burmese name of marionette puppetry. In the world there are different kinds of puppet. Like most of the Burmese refine art, Yoke The performance originated from royal patronate and were ...
  • Urban Structure of Amarapura (1782-1858) 

    Khin Myint Swe (Universities Research Journal, 2016)
    This paper describes how security was the central factor in the selection of the site forfounding the capital. It describe the systematic lay out of the palace building,administrative office buildings, residential quarters ...
  • Courts administration in Konbaung Period 

    Aye Aye Myaing (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2011)
    An important point in Konbaung Period judicial administration was the establishment ofvarious courts of justice for hearing legal cases. For administering justice expeditiously andunerringly, different levels of courts ...
  • Administration of the high court and the supreme court in Myanmar (1948 - 1958) 

    Aye Aye Myaing (Universities Research Journal, 2016)
    With the emergence of the Union of Myanmar as an independent sovereign state, during the period from 1948 to I 958, the High Court and the Supreme Court, the two highest Courts, were established, the judges of the two ...