Whereas other countries in the region have begun to lose touch with
their roots, Myanmar (Burma) continues to practice and...
Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
Aung Kyaw Htet
(born 1965)
Aung Kyaw Htet
(born 1965)
Aung Kyaw Htet
(born 1965)
Burmese Lady by Khine Minn Soe Sit Linn - After the Shower, Oil on Canvas, 75 x 60 cm, 1997
Soe Soe (b1967) cherrytree
Soe Soe (b1967)
Zaw Zaw Aung
(1971)
Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
U Ba Moe, Mother & Child, 1968
Marble stonemason carving a Buddha statue in Mandalay
Tin Oo, Shan Market
Tin Oo
Amarapura
Kyauktawgy temple
Fresco 1847
Amarapura
Kyauktawgy temple
Fresco 1847
Amarapura
Kyauktawgy temple
Fresco 1847
A maker of bronze castings in Mandalay
Khin Zaw Latt
Street Story
Burmese regatta
Myinkhin Thabin,
equestrian sport for the
royalty
Burmese lacquerware
Book
Yandabo
Pot-Making village
Mandalay Myanmar
Arts crafts Bagan
Burma offering box
Burma offering box
Burma offering box
Wooden sculpture of Burmese kneeling praying monks
Pyinsa rupa
(Burmese mythical
creature)
Harp
Yoke thé is the
Burmese name for
marionette puppetry
National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka - National costume of Burma
Mingun Bell Woodcarving
Sculpture with Headdress - Outside National Museum
- Yangon
Palm leaf painting
Painted and lacquered
manuscript palm leave...
Burmese lacquerware cement Sculpture of a Nat
Text and pictures: Internet
All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners
Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu
https://plu...
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2
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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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Myanmar63, Art & Crafts2

  1. 1. 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.
  2. 2. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  3. 3. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  4. 4. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  5. 5. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  6. 6. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  7. 7. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  8. 8. Aung Kyaw Htet (born 1965)
  9. 9. Burmese Lady by Khine Minn Soe Sit Linn - After the Shower, Oil on Canvas, 75 x 60 cm, 1997
  10. 10. Soe Soe (b1967) cherrytree
  11. 11. Soe Soe (b1967)
  12. 12. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  13. 13. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  14. 14. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  15. 15. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  16. 16. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  17. 17. Zaw Zaw Aung (1971)
  18. 18. U Ba Moe, Mother & Child, 1968 Marble stonemason carving a Buddha statue in Mandalay
  19. 19. Tin Oo, Shan Market Tin Oo
  20. 20. Amarapura Kyauktawgy temple Fresco 1847
  21. 21. Amarapura Kyauktawgy temple Fresco 1847
  22. 22. Amarapura Kyauktawgy temple Fresco 1847
  23. 23. A maker of bronze castings in Mandalay
  24. 24. Khin Zaw Latt Street Story
  25. 25. Burmese regatta
  26. 26. Myinkhin Thabin, equestrian sport for the royalty
  27. 27. Burmese lacquerware Book
  28. 28. Yandabo Pot-Making village Mandalay Myanmar
  29. 29. Arts crafts Bagan
  30. 30. Burma offering box
  31. 31. Burma offering box
  32. 32. Burma offering box
  33. 33. Wooden sculpture of Burmese kneeling praying monks
  34. 34. Pyinsa rupa (Burmese mythical creature) Harp
  35. 35. Yoke thé is the Burmese name for marionette puppetry
  36. 36. National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka - National costume of Burma
  37. 37. Mingun Bell Woodcarving
  38. 38. Sculpture with Headdress - Outside National Museum - Yangon Palm leaf painting Painted and lacquered manuscript palm leaves, 18th century This is the most elaborate of the Brown University library's collection, the covers inlaid with semi- precious stones and glass.
  39. 39. Burmese lacquerware cement Sculpture of a Nat
  40. 40. Text and pictures: Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela Sound: Hlaing Win Maung - Myanmar Nationalities' Innate Nature & Scenery 2014

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