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This is one of the children's poem by Sayar Min Thuwon who invented the first Burmese alphabet rhymes for children in Burma.

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This is one of the humorous tales written by Dr Htin Aung in his book titled " Burmese Folk-tales". The title of this tale is "the four deaf men."

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This is one of the humorous tales from a book titled " Burmese Folk-tales",written by Dr Htin Aung. The title is " the great king eats chaff." 

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This is one of the Burmese humorous tales written by Dr Htin Aung in his " Burmese Folk-tales" book. The title of the tale is " The origin of the coconut."

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Galon Bird: the Garuda is a large legendary bird-like creature or humanoid bird and Nāga is a very great snake, especially the king cobra   A female nāga is a nāgī or nāgiṇī.appeared in both Hindu and Buddhist mythology. (Wikipedia, 2017).

 

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This story is about how a wise rabbit escaped from the bad Lion 🦁 King 👑 .

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This tale is about how Daywaw term came about in Burma. Daywaw is a Pali word which means "rain". Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent. It is widely studied because it is the language of much of the earliest extant literature of Buddhism as collected in the Pāli Canon or Tipiṭaka and is the sacred language of some religious texts of Hinduism and all texts of Theravāda Buddhism (Wikipedia)

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audio recording of Burmese Folk-Tales . Why the Snail's muscles never ache. 🐌🐴 🥇

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An interesting read ( when breath becomes air by Paul Kalanithi, 2016).

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My very first try on ukulele! Please bare with the ugly strumming!

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