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Rakhine is said to be a derivation of the Pali verb Rakkhapura (Sanskrit Raksapura), which means "land of ogres" (Rakshas), possibly a pejorativ, which refers to the primordial Negrito Australoids. Rakkhapura" ("Rakkhita") means "land of the people of Rakhasa" (also Rakkha, Rakhaing). 4 ] The Rakhine name means "who keeps up his own race" In the Rakhine tongue the country is Rakhinepray, the Rakhine race are Rakhinetha.
Arakan was used in Britain's colonisation and is considered a form of Portugal's corrupt use of the term Rakhine, which is still popular in English. Arakan ( "Rakhine" today) can be broadly subdivided into seven parts. First four division and period are due to the position of the center of power of the major Rakhine policies in the North Rakhine area, especially along the Kaladan River.
The story is thus subdivided into the Dhanyawadi, Waithali, Laymro and Mrauk U. Mrauk U was captured by the Konbaung dictatorship of Burma in 1784-85, after which Rakhine became part of the Konbaung empire of Burma. 1824 the first Anglo-Burmese conflict broke out and 1826 Rakhine (next to Tanintharyi) was given over to the Brits as reparations by the Myrmen.
This made Rakhine part of the Burma provinces of British India. Burma became independent in 1948 and Rakhine became part (colony) of the new West Germany. The internal partitioned empire collapsed on January 2, 1785 to invasion troops from Konbaung, Burma. Thus, an expandingist Burma came into close regional proximity to the territory of the British East India Company, which created the conditions for a further flare-up of hostilities.
Since Mahamuni's picture had been taken by the Burmese as spoils of battle, this case the giant church bells were taken by the English army and a military man, Bhim Singh, a risaldary in the 2nd world war was taken away. Under the Yandabo Treaty (1826), which ended the fighting, Burma was compelled to relinquish Arakan to Britain-India alongside Tanintharyi (Tenasserim).
Akyab ( "Sittwe" today) became the main city of Arakan. Later Arakan became part of the Burma provinces of the Biandi Empire and then part of Biandi Burma, when Burma was transformed into a distinct canopy. During the Mrauk-U era, Arakan was split into three wards.
Arakan was the scene of many fights during the Second World War, especially the 1942-43 Arakan campaign and the Battle of Ramree Island. In 1948 Arakan became part of the new Burmese Union and the three counties became the Arakan Division. There was a growth trend towards Arakan' s second world war and re-establishment of Arakan' s sovereignty from the fifties onwards.
To calm this feeling, the Rakhine State of the Arakan Division was established by the Rakhine state under General Ne Win in 1974, which gave at least a numerical recognition of the Rakhine people's region. Rakhine people are the predominant, followed by a significant number of Rohingya Muslims. 26 ] The Rakhine live mainly in the lowlands and on the Ramree and Manaung isles.
The majority of Tibeto-Burmans in Rakhine State abide by Theravada Buddhism. The chin, normally related to Christian Protestantism or animism, of the Rakhine state even adheres to Buddhism due to the Rakhine people's culture. More than 80-96% of the Muslim community is located near the Bangladesh borders and the coast.
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