As Myanmar is an ancient country with a long history, it has enormous heritage—both tangible and intangible. Hair knotting is one of our ancient traditional practices.
‘Hair designer’ is not a new term in Myanmar. According to Yarzathu Phwar stone inscriptions, the Bagan era saw
Paintings were first used in Myanmar to decorate temples, rather than palaces or homes, in order to propagate knowledge about Buddhism. The first ‘illustrated’ Buddhist texts in Myanmar are in the Pahto Thamya Temple at Bagan, which is believed to have been built in the
Monywa is the home of the famous landmark Mohnyin Thanboddhay Pagoda complex, with two huge white-washed elephants guarding the entrance, was built in 1940 under the supervision of the Mohnyin Abbot. During WWII it was a refugee camp for those escaping the bombs of either the Allies or the JapaneseRead More