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Burma Cuisine Awards - Burma Bistro, Yangon, Myanmar
It has the most enchanting interiors I have seen in our 3-day visit to Yangon. Perhaps a meal and a picture of the roadster! I' ll wager many visitors miss it in their quest for a good and quiet place to eat in this bustling area! Thanks for your visit to the Burma Bistro and I am happy that you were with us.
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Visiting the tomb of Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar in Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma) - Tomb of Bahadur Shah Zafar, Yangon (Rangoon) Traveler Reviews
Visiting the last grave of the Mogul emperor in Yangon was a real and thrilling one. He was indeed the third Chennai family, but had never been to India.
At the grave has a devoted Masjid with both male/female to worship, which we found after the visit. It was the grave of the last Mogul emperor of India who was banished to Burma (Myanmar), it was an unimportant place, we were the only ones who visited, there was a janitor who showed us around, although neatly, but maybe there is not enough money to look after the grave, so they ask tourists for a gift.
I' ve no clue why this is number 24 in Yangon. It is unattractive and one walks into a shabby room with a large fabric lined chest and reads that it is a grave. Two very modest grave caretakers ask the caretaker to recite the Sufi poems of Bahadur Shah Zafar - if you know the story, you tend to forgetfulness.
It is an important historic place that those who know Myanmar and ancient Myanmar during the colonisation should visit. I' m very interested in Mogul and Hindi story, so it was an interesting and emotive journey. Yangoon, the last emprore of lndia, was banished to Rangoon after the failure of the rebellion against the British.
and was buried in an uncharted place by the English. Were you in the tomb of Bahadur Shah Zafar?