The Sagaing Area ( "Burmese": ?????????????????????????, pronounced[z??ái? dè?a? dè?a? ?? d?í], formerly Sagaing Division) is an Administrative District of Myanmar situated in the northwest of the county between 21 30' northern and 94° 97' easterly lager. The Ayeyarwady River is a major part of its border with the Indian states of Nagaland, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh to the Northeast, Kachin State, Shan State and Mandalay regions to the Easterly, Mandalay and Magway regions to the Shrine, with the Ayeyarwady River constituting a major part of its Easterly and Soteric borders, and Chin State and India to the Shrine.
It covers an area of 93,527km². It had over 5,300,000 inhabitants in 1996 and 6,600,000 in 2012. In 2012, the city' s total city and country populations were 1,230,000 and 5,360,000 respectively. Sagaing is the city. Pyu were the first in historical times to settle in the Sagaing area until the First Age.
Burmese first immigrated to Upper Burma in the ninth cent. AD. Anawrahta (. 1044-1077) established the pagan empire that includes what is now Myanmar. Following the downfall of Pagan in 1287, the north-western parts of Upper Burma came under the Sagaing Kingdom (1315-1364), governed by Burmese Shan-king.
The Konbaung Cynasty ( (1752-1885), established by Alaungpaya, in Shwebo, became the last Myanmar Congregation before the 1885 UK invasion of Upper Burma. After Burma's liberation in January 1948, the area became the Sagaing Division. The Sagaing Region is made up of 10 counties, subdivided into 34 townships with 198 stations and towns.
Its most important towns are Sagaing, Monywa, Shwebo, Ye U, Katha, Kale, Tamu, Mawlaik and Hkamti. Near Sagaing, you can reach the city of Mandalay via the Ayeyarwady. Areas are Sagaing, Shwebo, Monywa, Katha, Kale (Kalemyo), Tamu, Mawlaik and Hkamti. The Shan are living in the Chindwin River Valley.
The Kadu and Ganang, who reside in the Mu and Meza valleys, are smaller ethnical groups living in the area. Nestled in two major Myanmar tributaries, the Irrawaddy and the Chindwin, shipping by water is a traditional way of transporting passengers and freight. Most of Sagaing's interior depends on poorly maintained streets and railways.
It is Myanmar's largest grain manufacturer and accounts for more than 80% of the country's overall output. Silviculture is important in the humid uplands along the Chindwin River, where it extracts hardwood and other hardwood. There are many flour milling plants, cooking oils milling plants, sawmills, wool plants and mechanical weavers.
The Sagaing Area has two nationally "professional" colleges at the Monywa Institute of Economics and the Sagaing Institute of Education. The Monywa is the most important free art school in the area. Myanmar 2014 Census of Population and Housing. Department of Immigration and Population. Department of the Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population MYANMAR (July 2016).
Myanmar 2014 Census, Volume 2-C. MYANMAR Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population Department, pp. 12-15. Educational statistic by language proficiency and by state and department". Central statistical organization of Myanmar. Hospitals by State and Department". Central statistical organization of Myanmar.