History

Rohingya Identity

U Kyaw Min August 11, 2014 Today Arakanese Muslim calls themselves Rohingya or Roewengya. —- writers and poets appeared among the Arakanese Muslims, especially during fifteenth to eighteenth centuries; and there were even some Muslim court poets at the courts of Arakan King’s. (see in chapter four). These poets and writers wrote in Persian and […]

The Authenticity of “Rohingya Identity”

To begin this chapter let me start with the quotation of a famous historian. He (Moshe Yegar) writes; “Today Arakanese Muslim calls themselves Rohingya or Roewengya. – – – writers and poets appeared  among the Arakanese Muslims, especially during fifteenth to eighteenth centuries; and there were even some Muslim court poets at the courts of […]

Dr Edward Hamilton Johnston and Anandacandra Stone Inscription

Aman Ulla RB History March 13, 2016 Edward Hamilton Johnston (1885 –1942) was a British oriental scholar who was Boden Professor of Sanskrit at the University of Oxford from 1937 until his death. Edward Hamilton Johnston was born in 1885 and was educated at New College, Oxfordwhere he obtained a first-class degree in 1907. He joined the Indian Civil Service, winning […]

႐ုိဟင္​ဂ်ာ သည္​ ျမန္​မာႏုိင္​ငံ၏ တုိင္​းရင္​းသား စစ္​ စစ္​၊ The Rohingyas are Indigenous Race of Burma

The Rohingyas are Indigenous Race of Burma  By Aman Ullah  “Muslims of Arakan certainly belong to one of the indigenous races of Burma which you represent. In fact there is no pure indigenous race in Burma, and that if you do not belong to indigenous races of Burma, we also cannot be taken an indigenous […]

The Modern from of Arakan is Derived from Arabic

                                   By Aman Ullah “The modern form of Arakan said to be derived from the Arabic ‘Al-Rakhang’” …Professor Hodivala “Arekadesa could also be read Anekadesa”….Dr. Pamela Gutman Pamela Gutman was born in Adelaide, South Australia. Her tertiary education was at the University of Vienna, where she studied German, Philosophy, and Art History, and then at […]

Rohimgya new document in Hisdostan

Walter Hamilton Esq. and Rohingya Walter Hamilton Esq., the writer of The East Indian Gazetteer, wrote two volumes of ‘A Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Description of Hindostan, and the Adjacent Counties’, which were published by John Murray (London) in 1820. He also wrote ‘Concise dictionary of terms used in the arts and science’ in 1825, […]

Dr Francis Buchanan MD and Rohingya

By Aman Ullah On 24th March 1798 Buchanan reached at Choonooty of Chittagong, as Rennell calls, Sunouttee, and then he went Hrvang village, and also Baratulla Valley. There he said, “All the way from Chanpour to Baratulla we have had low hills between us and sea: ….Various parts of the Hills in this neighbourhood are […]