Gazetted Holiday in MyanmarA gazetted holiday in Myanmar
S. N. The last of the Myanmar calendars will fall in March. The Tabaung is a months of pagodas. Every Myanmar week is characterized by a feast and the Tabuang feast by the construction of sandstupas. The Koe Khan Gyi Pa-ya is taking place on the full Monday of the Tabaund of the Myanmar Calender.
Located in the Yan-aung No. 2 district of Nay-pyi-taw-Pyin-ma-nar, this Buddha picture is 4 meters high and weighs 5800 kg. The pagodas are celebrated on the full Monday of Tabaung. Located in Nay-Pyi-Taw-Le-way, this model was initially constructed by Thi-ri-dham-mar-aso-ka at BCE 320 under the name Naung-Pyin Wooden Float.
In 99 A.D. the early Ba-gan Ynazty restored Tha-mu-dar-rit from the ruin and remained known as "Yan-aung-myin" and "Shwe-let-hla Pagoda". New Year in Myanmar is the second weekend of April. A three-day water festival heralds the start of the New Year.
It is important that he is very closely related to the Myanmar Buddhists. Myanmar New Year's Eve. Tague Sin-Phyu-Taung Pagodas takes place on the full Monday of Tague and is 10 mi from Pyin-ma-nar. Waso is an annual event on the full lunar month of Waso throughout the year.
This feast reminds us of the times when the Buddha gave his first homily to five Sermons. Buddhist Lent ranges from the full lunar of Waso to the full lunar of Thadingyut. pa ya koe koe koesuu ce ceti is one of the proud of nay pyi-taw pyin-ma-nar and takes place in July (waso) and is located at the side of the min-ga-lar shan-kan lake, on the summit of the amoon, nine coup ards that are together named pa-ya-koe-suu ce-ti.
Since 1993, Myanmar has organized annual contests in the field of the fine art with the goal of reviving the country's ancient art, which has been conserved by performers from various eras. Today, Nay-Pyi-aw hosts annual performances contests with the objective of guaranteeing the birth of new generation of performers and musicans, working to enhance the value of the country's prestigious status and dignity and to preserve its rich culture and identity.
Over the course of time, the Myanmar visual art scene has developed well not only in one place, but also in the length and width of the land, reflecting its own shapes, style, language, personality and sophistication. Since 1964 Myanmar has 87 gemstone shops. Annual at Maniyadana Jade Hall and Myanma Gams Museum, Nay-Pyi-Taw.