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Notes on antiquities in Ramannadesa [The Talaing country of Burma).
Richard Carnac Temple
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Notes on a collection of regalia of the kings of Burma of the Alompra dynasty: Temple, Richard C. Currency in Burma and Malay tin currency: Temple, Richard C. Notes on Antiquities in Ramannadesa: Tet Htoot, U: The Nature of the Burmese Chronicles: Tha Hla: Thaton and Nakorn Pathon: Tha Hla, Drs. The Indian Antiquary was founded as a monthly Journal in January by the late Dr. James Burgess, C.I.E., LL.D., at his private risk, and its fiftieth year of existence was completed with the th issue for December , many of the annual volumes having contained more than twelve numbers.. The objects and scope of the Journal are explained in two preliminary notes by Dr. Burgess in Vols.
Let me admit that I am appalled at my temerity in addressing Thailand's eminent scholars about their antiquities. But with your permission, Sir, I propose to try and compare the arts of Mon Dvuravati, as shown especially in Dupont's book, with those of Burma: namely the Pyu of Sri Ksetra (7th-8th cent.), the coastal Burma Mon (Ramannadesa. Par D. Ross, Political Office, Chin Hills. - A Note on the Tashon and Baungshe Chins, with Remarks on their Manners, Customs and Agriculture. (Ind. Antiq., XXI, , pp. ). Printed originally as a Government paper, by the chief Commissioner of Burma. ' The notes were made by Mr. D. lioss, Political Officer in the Chin Hills.
Notes on Antiquities in Ramannadesa (Ind. Ant., voL xxii, A. Griinwedel, Buddhistische Kunst in Indien, pp. , , 1 For views of different authorities on this subject see Reports on the The Talaing chronicles Census of Surma, (Eales) and (Lowin). and inscriptions are rich in material for study, material which we are less and. - Notes, dated the 20th April , by Lieutenant R. M. Rainey, Commandant, Chin Frontier Levey, regarding the Chin tribes bordering on the Yaw country in the Pakokku district; in-fol., pp. - Notes on the Chinboks, Chinbons, and Yindus of the Chin Frontier of Burma.
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NOTES ON ANTIQUITIES IN. RAMANNADESA. NOTES ON ANTIQUITIES IN KAMANNADESA (The Talainc!. Country of Buema), BY MAJOR E. TEMPLE. The Caves about Maulmain.
company with Mr. 0, Oertel, I made, in Ajirila short inspection of the caves referred to by Mr. Taw Sein Ko in his " ong>Notes ong> on an Archseologioal Tour in KamaSEadesa,".
ante, Voh XXI. Notes on antiquities in Ramannadesa (the Talaing country of Burma.) By Sir Richard Carnac Temple. Abstract "Reprinted from the Indian antiquary."Mode of access: Internet Publisher: Bombay, Printed at the Education society's steam press, Year: OAI identifier. Temple, R.
Notes on the Antiquities in Ramannadesa (The Talaing Country of Burma). [Originally published as Notes on the Antiquities in Ramannadesa. Indian Antiquary –] Bombay: The Education Society’s Steam Press. Google Scholar. Notes on antiquities in Ramannadesa (The Talaing country of Burma), by Major R.
Temple () Journals kept in Hyderabad, Kashmir, Sikkim and Nepal, by Sir Richard Temple, Edited with introduction, by his son, Richard Carnac Temple. Temple, Richard C. "Notes on antiquities in Râmaññadêsa (the Talaing country of Burma)." In Indian Antiquary, Vol. [For plates, see Temple ] Temple, Richard C.
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In French. Barth, A. The native writers of Burma, however, both lay and clerical, aver with great seriousness that the Aparantaka referred to is Burma proper, which comprises the upper valley of the Irrawaddy, that Yona is the Shan country about Chiengmai (Zimme), that the scenes of the Milinda Panha were laid in that State, and that, with the exception of Himavanta, which, they say, comprises fivc countries.
Notes on Antiquities in Ramannadesa (the Talaing Country of Burma.) av Richard Carnac Temple Inbunden, Engelska, TAW SEIN KO ‘Notes on an Archaeological tour Through Ramannadesa (The Talaing Country of Burma.’ Indian Antiquary XXL ____a. ‘A Preliminary Study of the Kalyani Inscritpions of Dhammaceheti, ’ Indian Antiquary XXII., ”.
Notes on antiquities in Ramannadesa (the Talaing country of Burma) by R.C. Temple Printed at the Education Society's Steam Press, Notes on Antiquities of Ramannadesa (The Talaing Country of Burma) Major Bombay. Education Society’s Steam Press. This wonderful illustrated book to do with Buddhist Cave Temples in Burma is complete, and was published by the Seller Rating: % positive.
THE PALI LITERATURE OF BURMA the Talaing country. 1 who Captain Forbes, 11 follows the Talaing record, says of the early days following the Indian mission ‘ Gradually the new doctrines gained ground, pagodas arose, and the faith of to flourish Buddha amid or Gaudama all vicissitudes established itself in Thatone, for over two thousand years.
Notes on antiquities in Ramannadesa [The Talaing country of Burma) by Richard Carnac Temple. First published in 1 edition. Not in Library. 1 2 Next > Subjects Accessible book, Folklore, Antiquities, History, Anthropology, Panjabis (South Asian people). Temple, R.C.
(): Notes on antiquities in Ramannadesa (the Talaing country of Burma. IA 23, ; 1 Karte, SD S 11 20 Sd1 19 Tafeln. sojourn in Suvannabhumi, Arimaddana, or Ramannadesa (constituting the present Burma) ; but, say the Ceylonese chroniclers, he flew through the air and alighted on a prominent peak in Ceylon, converted the savage inhabitants of the island, and then flew back to India.
Temple, Richard Carnac, Sir, Notes on antiquities in Ramannadesa (the Talaing country of Burma.) (Bombay, Printed at the Education society's steam press, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Temple, Richard Carnac, Sir. The history of Burma and the Tai states on its frontiers (c.
) and connections to Ming Dynasty Yunnan to the north and the Bay of Bengal to the south. The use of historiography and technology to investigate this time period and region are also covered.
“The ‘Living’ Bibliography of Burma St udies: The Secondary Literature” was first published inwith the last update dated 26 April The SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research has been expanded to include a special bibliographic supplement this year, and every other year hereafter, into which additions and corrections to the bibliography will be incorporated.First Four Books of Anabasis; with notes adapted to Good- win's Greek Grammar and to Hadley's Greek Grammar (rev.
by Allen); ed. by W. W. Goodwin and J. Williams White.TEMPLE (Major R. C).?Notes on Antiquities in Ramannadesa. The Talaing Country of Burma. 4to. pp. 40, with 24 Plates aud a Mai).
18*. TIELE (C. P.).?Western Asia, according to the most recent Discoveries. Rectorial Address on the occasion of the 3I8th Anniversary of the Lcyden University, 8th February, Translated by Elizabeth.