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  • Comparison of Pre-nascence Condition and Post-nascence Condition 

    Thi Thi Tun (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    Pāḷi is included in the Indo-Iranian branch of Indo-European. English is comprised in the Germanic branch of Indo-European. Thus, according to the genealogical classification, they are sister languages descended from the ...
  • Comparison of Pre-nascence Condition and Post-nascence Condition 

    Htwe Htwe Kyaw (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    Pre-nascence condition and post-nascence condition are included in the seventh text of Abhidhamma Piṭaka. The aim of this paper is to describe the differences and relationship between pre-nascence condition and post-nascence ...
  • A Study on the system of Paintings and the Jātakas at Tilokaguru Cave in Sagaing 

    Thandar Swe (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2018)
    Myanmar culture has its origin in Bagan Period when Buddhism was first embraced. Buddhism has influenced on literature, languages, culture, tradition, art and architecture. This can be seen as a fact in the wall paintings ...
  • Youth and Morality 

    Dr.Aye Thidar Tun (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2017)
    For the development of peaceful human society, the moral development is particularly needed just as the material development. But nowadays as material development given primary importance, the morality of the majority ...
  • The study of auspicious housewarming ceremony of Myanmar 

    Nay New Mya Thein (The Third Myanmar-Japan International Symposium Research Papers (Pathein University), 2016)
    Out of the many auspicious ceremonies related to Buddhist culture, the auspicious housewarming ceremony is included as one of the ceremonies. In this paper, the ceremony of housewarming in Buddha„s time and the housewarming ...
  • The Study of the Four Historic Simās that Shin Arahan Consecrated in Mandalay 

    Thet Thet Nyunt (The Third Myanmar-Japan International Symposium Research Papers (Pathein University), 2016)
    In this paper, the four Simās that were consecrated by Shin Arahan as Sunrise Simā, Noon Simā, Sunset Simā and Midnight Simā are presented in this paper. The state of the Simās in the present day, Shin Arahan„s historical ...
  • Buddhist Psychotherapy 

    Htwe Yee; Hnin Moe Hlaing (The Third Myanmar-Japan International Symposium Research Papers (Pathein University), 2016)
    This paper is focused on psychotherapy in the teaching of the Buddha found in Buddhist Literature with evidences. Psychotherapy in Buddhism can cure not only mental illness but also other diseases occurring in physical ...
  • Tourist Attractions in Mandalay Hill 

    Htwe Htwe Kyaw (The Third Myanmar-Japan International Symposium Research Papers (Pathein University), 2016)
    The Mandalay Hill which has many religious buildings is presented from the tourism point of view. The aim is to keep the Mandalay Hill, one of the tourist attractions, which is full of natural beauties. It is presented why ...
  • Paying homage to the three ratanas 

    Thi Thi Tun (Mohnyin Degree College Research Journal, 2011)
    The Myanmar Buddhist pays obeisance to the Three Gems before bed-time. It has also described the tradition of this homage as mentioned in the Canonical literature: human and devas paid respect to the Buddha with the formula ...
  • Meaning of Āmagandha 

    Su Su Ngai (Monywa University Research Jourrnal, 2013)
    The Sutta which describes the meanings about rank foods is Āmagandha Sutta. In this research paper, the meanings of āmagandha are presented as expounded in Sutta-nipāta Pāli and Aṭṭhakathā, other Pāli Aṭṭhakathās, ùīkās ...
  • The title of the Aggamahapandita 

    Thandar Swe (Kengtung University Research Jourrnal, 2010)
    Since the time of Buddha age, in the Buddha’s Sāsana, monks who were acted very sharply at the well-fare of the doctrine of the Buddha were offered “Etadagga Title”. Every age the kings usually offered the religious titles ...
  • Buddhist Attitude on Meat Eating and Non-meat Eating 

    Su Su Ngai (Monywa University Research Jourrnal, 2014)
    Regarding the view on meat eating and non-meat eating the Buddha’s attitude on this view is extracted from Scriptures and presented for information in this research paper. The paper is presented in three parts, namely ...
  • History of Paritta Suttas 

    Khaing Khaing Saw (Universities Research Journal, 2012)
    The parittahas taken root in the Buddhist society. When did it begin? How did it begin? How did it grow? This research study is directed towards the history of parittaswith a view to answering thesequestions. In this ...
  • The Beginning and Development of Buddhist Culture in Myinmu Township 

    Htwe Htwe Kyaw (Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 2015)
    Myinmu is a town situated on Mandalay-Monywa highway in the Sagaing District in Sagaing Region. This paper is compiled to bring to light that Myinmu Township is a historic place where Sāsanā and ancient culture thrived. ...
  • The Role of Sanskrit in The Development of The Myanmar Language 

    Thant Thant Nwe (Yadanabon Universithy Research Journal, 2016)
    Foreign languages come into contavt with the mother tongue for various reasons. Sanskrit is one of the foreign languages which have infiltrated the Myanmar language. Sanskrit-derived Myanmar vocabulary includes words which ...
  • A Study of Casting the Silver Image of the Buddha in Ywahtaung, Sagaing Region 

    Thandar Swe (Yadanabon Universithy Research Journal, 2015)
    The introduction of research paper on "A Study of Casting the Silver Image of the Buddha in Ywahtaung" contains the historical account of Buddha images. Moreover the history of the ten different kinds of craft and art and ...