For the first and for the first case in the world, Anawrahta united the Irrawaddy River and placed marginal areas such as the Shan States and Arakan (northern Rakhine) under pagan rule. It successfully halted the Khmer Empire's advancement into the Tenasserim Coast and Upper Menam River Basin, making Pagan one of two major empires on the southeast Asian continent.
Anawrahta, a rigorous disciplinary, conducted a number of important societal, spiritual and economical reform that would have a sustained influence on Burma's past. Later, his cultural and religion reform evolved into Burma's contemporary art. Through the construction of a range of dams, it transformed dried up, dry areas around Pagan into the major storage areas for rices in Upper Burma, giving Upper Burma a permanent financial basis from which it ruled the Irrawaddy Valley and its peripheries in the following century.
It left behind a powerful system of administration which was followed by all later pagan monarchs until the downfall of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1287. Burma's pagan rule over the Irrawaddy River has been successful and long-lasting, laying the foundations for the rise of the Myanmar local currency and civilization, the expansion of Burma's Ethnicity in Upper Burma. Anawrahta' s heritage went far beyond the boundaries of Burma.
The Theravada Buddhist hug and his victory in halting the advancement of the Khmer Empire, a Hindu state, gave the Buddhist schools, which had retreated elsewhere in South and Southeast Asia, an urgently needed period of grace and a secure refuge. One of the most celebrated monarchs in Burma's riches.
Its biographies (legends) are a basic food of Burma's folk music and are recounted in folk music and theatre. On May 11, 1044 Anawrahta was borne as Min Saw (???????, IPA:[m??? s??]) by King Kunhsaw Kyaunghpyu and Queen Mauk Pyinthe. Grade 1] Burma's history does not share the data of his lifetime and rule.
Remark 2] The scholarship data for Anawrahta's birthday, date of dying, and date of rule are nearest to Zata's one. In 1038 Kyiso passed away and was replaced by Sokkate. Byatta ( (?????), a Muslim (probably an Arabian sailor) who was wrecked in Thaton, and his son Shwe Hpyin Gyi and Shwe Hpyin Nge (who later joined the Myanmar ghost gang as Shwe Hpyin Brothers ?????????????????).
Anawrahta came into touch with the Nanzhao Empire (the former home of the Burmese) in the north-east and the Khmer Empire in the south-east, the then major force on the south-east Asian continent, as his empire was expanding. In 1056 Anawrahta carried out a range of devotional reform in his empire.
Anewrahta was an vigorous kingship that underwent many far-reaching changes in politics, socio-economic and culture. He was reckless and strict not towards a particular ethnical group, but towards all his people, because he felt that hard action was needed to build a new people. 39 ](The Kyansittha-lover was Manisanda Khin U. The two young characters who were hanged were Shwe Hpyin Gyi and Shwe Hpyin Nge, who later joined the Myanmar nature spirits' pantheon).
One of the greatest, if not one of the greatest, king of Burma's past, Anawrahta established the first "charter polity" of what would later become Burma. Yazawin Thit 2012: 95, note #2, which (Bo Lay 1990: 25-28) states that Anawrahta was borne on May 11, 1014.
Highjump ^ (Maha Yazawin 2006: 346-349): Of the four great histories, only the data of Zatadawbon Yazawin are consistent with the date of Anawrahta's inscription of 1044 AD. Zata is generally regarded as "the most precise of all Burma's histories, especially with respect to the best-known pagan and ava-king, many of which have been confirmed by epiphany.
" Leap up ^ The Myanmar calender covers the westerly year. Anawrahta' s period began and ended every year in Burma at the end of March of the Julyan calender. One example is Burma's year 376 from March 25, 1014 to March 25, 1015. Leap up ^ (Hmannan Vol. 1 2003: 230) on Monday, Oct. 8, Pyatho, 379 ME (Jan. 13, 1018).
Anawrahta said that she passed away in 421 ME (1059-1060 CE) shortly before Burma's New Year (March 1060). Leap up ^ (Maha Yazawin Vol. 1 2006: 347): Kunhsaw's fall was 1021 per Zata, 971 per Maha Yazawin and 986 per Hmannan and Yazawin Thit.
Leap up ^ (Maha Yazawin Vol. 1 2006: 347): Nyaung-u Sawrahan was overthrown in 1001 per Zata, 950 per Maha Yazawin and 964 per Hmannan and Yazawin Thit. Leap up ^ (Maha Yazawin Vol. 1 2006: 347): KYSIO passed away in 1038 pro Zata, 977 pro Maha Yazawin and 992 pro Hmannan and Yazawin Thit.
Skip up ^ Per Zata's chart section (Zata 1960: 83), edited by (Yazawin Thit 2012: 95, note #1). Hmannan Vol. 1 2003: 230) says that he came to office on Monday, the eighth slimming of Pyatho, 379 ME (January 13, 1018). However, the Myazedi epigraph and Zatadawbon Yazawin both say that Anawrahta came to rule in 406 ME (1044/1045 CE).
Highjump ^ (Sandamala Linkara 1931: 148-151): In 976 AD the" Pyus King" displaced Pe Byu per Saya Mi's Razawin, in 1076 per Razawin Haung or in 776 per Razawin Thit. The lastrakanese chronicles of 1931, Rakhine Razawin Thit, refuses the "visit" of Anawrahta and says that the roundup that repressed Pe Byu took place three hundred years before Anawrahta.
Leap up ^ (Maha Yazawin Vol. 1 2006: 166 Note #2): According to Dr. Bo Lay per (Bo Lay 1990: 24-28) as quoted in (Yazawin Thit 2012: 108, note #1). It is said that he passed away shortly before Burma's New Year's Day, in March 1078. As Maha Yazawin (Maha Yazawin Vol.
Hmannan (Hmannan Vol. 1 2003: 274), he passed away just before Burma's New Year's Eve, on the occasion of a special astrology incident known as" Dein-Net", which takes place five to six days a year. The publishers of Maha Yazawin Vol. 1 2006: 180 state in the footnote notes that the Dein Net incident took place on Thingyan Akya this year.
As Burmese New Year's Day on March 26, 1078 per (Eade 1989: 81) passed away, he passed away on March 23, 1078. Leap up ^ (Ricklefs et al 2010: 45-48): Origins of modern Burma. Legend of Lower Burma (illustrated edition). He is Bo Lay, Dr. Meitthalat Lettwei Thutethana Kyan (in Burmese).
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