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Whereas other countries in the region have begun to lose touch with their roots, Myanmar (Burma) continues to practice and celebrate its ancient customs through a range of creative outlets. Heavily influenced by Buddhism, many of the crafts produced in Myanmar play a practical role in everyday life. Buddhism has great influence on daily life of the Myanmar. The people have preserved the traditions of close family ties, respect for the elders, reverence for Buddhism and simple native dress. Myanmars are contented and cheerful even in the face of adversities and known for their simple hospitality and friendliness.

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  • 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-2093365-myanmar63-art-crafts2/
  • 2. Whereas other countries in the region have begun to lose touch with their roots, Myanmar (Burma) continues to practice and celebrate its ancient customs through a range of creative outlets. Heavily influenced by Buddhism, many of the crafts produced in Myanmar play a practical role in everyday life. Buddhism has great influence on daily life of the Myanmar.
  • 3. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  • 4. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  • 5. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  • 6. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  • 7. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  • 8. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  • 9. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  • 10. Burmese Lady by Khine Minn Soe Sit Linn - After the Shower, Oil on Canvas, 75 x 60 cm, 1997
  • 11. Soe Soe (b1967) cherrytree
  • 12. Soe Soe (b1967)
  • 13. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  • 14. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  • 15. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  • 16. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  • 17. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  • 18. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  • 19. U Ba Moe, Mother & Child, 1968 Marble stonemason carving a Buddha statue in Mandalay
  • 20. Tin Oo, Shan Market Tin Oo
  • 21. Amarapura Kyauktawgy temple Fresco 1847
  • 22. Amarapura Kyauktawgy temple Fresco 1847
  • 23. Amarapura Kyauktawgy temple Fresco 1847
  • 24. A maker of bronze castings in Mandalay
  • 25. Khin Zaw Latt Street Story
  • 26. Burmese regatta
  • 27. Myinkhin Thabin, equestrian sport for the royalty
  • 28. Burmese lacquerware Book
  • 29. Yandabo Pot-Making village Mandalay Myanmar
  • 30. Arts crafts Bagan
  • 31. Burma offering box
  • 32. Burma offering box
  • 33. Burma offering box
  • 34. Wooden sculpture of Burmese kneeling praying monks
  • 35. Pyinsa rupa (Burmese mythical creature) Harp
  • 36. Yoke thé is the Burmese name for marionette puppetry
  • 37. National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka - National costume of Burma
  • 38. Mingun Bell Woodcarving
  • 39. Palm leaf painting Sculpture with Headdress - Outside National Museum - Yangon Painted and lacquered manuscript palm leaves, 18th century This is the most elaborate of the Brown University library's collection, the covers inlaid with semiprecious stones and glass.
  • 40. Burmese lacquerware cement Sculpture of a Nat
  • 41. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound: Hlaing Win Maung - Myanmar Nationalities' Innate Nature & Scenery