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Inscription ( သမုိင္းအေထာက္အထားမ်ား )

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1. Understanding the Rohingya People: Similarities and differences between Bengalis and the Rohingya people of Arakan
(Report/Rohingya)
… See the “The Anand Chandra Inscription, which contains 65 verses (71 and a half lines) and now sited at the Shitthaung pagoda, provides some information about these early rulers.  … This 11-foot high … 2. Rohingya History: Myth and Reality
(Scholars Column/Rohingya)
… not an imagination. He documented his remarks with “Ava” age inscription with their registration numbers. So we must say all above works had already given a vindication for Rohingya and their history. … 3. The Cultural Affinity of Rohingyas with Bengal
(Article/Rohingya Article)

… of those kings used coins with Muslim inscriptions like Kalima ‘la-ilaha-illallah’, ‘Muhammedur Rasulullah’ etc.   Bengali Literature in ancient Arakan Kingdom: From Rakhine Perspective Bengali or Bangla …

4. The Curse of Historical Rivalries in Arakan State of Burma
(Article/Rohingya Article)

… camps also unanimously agree that all those kings used coins with Muslim inscriptions like Kalima ‘la-ilaha-illallah’, ‘Muhammedur Rasulullah’ etc.   This is an irrefutable evidence that the Muslims …

5. The response of Khin Maung Saw is a paper of racism
(Article/Rohingya Article)

… tall in different cities such as Badr Moqam Mosque10 of Akyab built in 7th century, Stone plates11 with Arabic inscriptions inside the Theingyitaung pagoda and engraved in a wall at Nanragone of Mrohaung, …

6. Rohingyas are not British Era Settlers
(Report/Rohingya)

… of Mandalay University and professor of history wrote that “The kings of Arakan had Muslim titles, The Muslim kings mentioned in the Kyaukza (stone plates or stones tablets inscriptions of 1442) might …

7. Sources for the early history of Arakan
(Scholars Column/Arakan)

… Districts show contact with Nepal and possibly Yunnan. Epigraphy The inscriptions are obviously our most important primary historical sources. Those published. to date appear in Inscriptions of Burma,- …

8. The tragedy of Mrauk-U (1660-1661) II
(Scholars Column/Arakan)

… Min Saw Mun of Arakan (1404-34) who was restored to the throne in 1430 by the intervention of his patron, Sultan Jalal al-din Muhammad Shah of Gaur. The inscription of the Muslim kalima on Arakanese coins …

9. Bader Maqams or the shrines of Badr Al-Din-Auliya (Part III)
(Scholars Column/Arakan)

… antiquity. There is a stone scraped into furrows, on which, it is said, Pir Badar used to sit. There is also another bearing an inscription, which from exposure to the weather and having on it numerous …

10. Bader Maqams or the shrines of Badr Al-Din-Auliya (Part II)
(Scholars Column/Arakan)

… Chitagum in Bengal and is  evidently of great  antiquity.   There is a stone scraped, into furrows, on which, it is said, Pir Badar used to sit; there is also another bearing an inscription, …

11. Bader Maqams or the shrines of Badr Al-Din-Auliya
(Scholars Column/Arakan)

… 21   Reference: Vide Blochmann, H., Note No.  38, The   Firuzshohi Inscription in the Chhota Dargah, A, H. 761.  Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal …

12. Arakan rule in Chittagong (1550–1666 A.D)
(Scholars Column/Arakan)

… that this monument had been erected on the south of Kaunia Charra near Kumira. According some historians the modern name of Chittagong is derived from the inscription on this monument. Anawrahta (1044-77 …

13. A Short History of Rohingya and Kamas of Burma
(Scholars Column/Arakan)

… the four-Wadis given by Hindus. Temples built by Hindus, coins melted by Hindus and the stone inscriptions written by Hindus were still to be found in Arakan. According to A.P. Phayre and G, E, Harvey, …

14. Towards Understanding Arakan History ( Part II)
(Scholars Column/Arakan)

… Rangoon University, in 14th century stone inscriptions of Chindwin. Aiakan kings were mentioned with Indian titles, and they were Muslims. He said when Muslims seized Bengal in eany 13th century; they …

15. Towards Understanding Arakan History ( Part III )
(Scholars Column/Arakan)

… Stone inscription   Indicates the Prophet’s Mosque of Madina, Saudi Arabia     In the square of the center, it is the verse of declaration of Muslim faith i.e. the Kalimah   …

16. Towards Understanding Arakan History (Part I)
(Scholars Column/Arakan)

… Arakanese politicians of early period. Some inscriptions recently showing the roles of Muslim Kings in Arakan were brought into the light by the researches of Professor G. H. Luce and Dr. Than Tun of …

17. Response to Aye Kyaw’s polemical writing on Rohingya and Rakhaings of Arakan
(Article/Rohingya Article)

… The Term Arakanese comes from a Pali word Aratkha, which means the people capable of protecting their own land and its neighbors. In the Arakanese inscription, it is mention as Aratkha Desa which means …

18. Arakan’s place in the civilization of the Bay:
(Scholars Column/Arakan)

… as a barbarous confusion, has certain definite characteristics. It exhibits portraits of kings, figures and animals, deities and symbols of deities. Inscriptions take a very subordinate place; dates are …

19. “Is Muslim population (Rohingya) in Arakan a relatively recent development?”
(Seminar and event/The first Rohingya consultation in Bangkok 2006)

… University and member of the Burma Historical Research Commission wrote: The kings of Arakan had Muslim titles. The Muslim kings mentioned in the inscription might be Rohingya, from the Mayu River, the …

20. Power and Religion in the early Arakanese Kingdoms of Dhanyawadi and Vesali
(Scholars Column/Arakan Historical Seminar)

… and Vesali, in the light of the Anandacandra inscription, the early coins and the sculptural remains. It queries why later chronicles distort this evidence, and discusses the fifth century Mahamuni sculptures …

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21. Buddhism in Arakan:Theories and Historiography of the Religious Basis of Ethnonyms
(Scholars Column/Arakan Historical Seminar)
… Gutman points to a mid-eleventh century inscription on the Shitthaung pillar, as the earliest indigenous reference, as it includes “Arekadesa, the land of Areka, which was probably the name for Arakan … 22. Two Inscriptions from Arakan
(Scholars Column/Rohingya)
A.B. M. Habibullah Some years ago a Burmese scholar, Col. U Bashin, of the Historical Commission of Burma, visited Dacca and brought with him photographs of two Persian inscriptions which he said … 23. Burmese Invasion of Arakan and the Rise of Non-Bengali Settlements in Chittagong of Bangladesh- Arak
(Report/Rohingya)

… Arakan is also close to the Muslim name Al Rokon, the Portuguage called it “Rakan” and in English “Arakan” closer to the Muslim term. In the Ananda Chandra’s Chandra inscription, it calls Arakan as “Arakandesa, …

24. Rohingya: The forgotten people
(Report/Rohingya)

… the inscription of Muslim Kalema (the profession of faith in Islam) in Arabic script. The State emblem was also inscribed Arabic word Aqimuddin (establishment of God’s rule over the earth).” The Arakanese …

25. Ancient geography and recent archaeology: Dhanyawadi, Vesali and Mrank-U
(Scholars Column/Arakan Historical Seminar)

… inscription which describes how the founding king of the Candra Dynasty, Dvancandra (c. 370-425 AD), “built a city adorned by surrounding walls and a moat” (Johnston 1944; Gutman 1976: 63, Vol …

26. Historical Background of Arakan
(Scholars Column/Rohingya)

… of kings beginning with that date.9 Inscriptions mention a Chandra dynasty, which may have been founded as early as the end of 8th century. Its capital was called by the Indian name of Vaisali, and …

27. Arakanese Studies: challenges and contested issues mapping a field of historical and cultural resear
(Scholars Column/Arakan Historical Seminar)

… script in the later period, with Bengali and Persian script being occasionally found in inscriptions and on coins. Studying Arakan needs a broad geographical approach. But the obvious need for being …

28. Coming of the Muslims to Arakan
(Scholars Column/Rohingya)

… transaction. But in Bengal, they used minted and stamped coins of superior dies and exquisite finishing. The Bengal coins were of standard size, weight and shape bearing inscriptions in Arabic characters …

29. The advent of Islam in Arakan and the Rohingyas
(Scholars Column/Rohingya)

… similar to that of Bengal. All the capitals known to history have been in the north near modern Akyab.”5   The ruins of old capital of Arakan – Wesali show Hindu statues and inscriptions of …

30. Bengal – Arakan Relations: A Study in Historical Perspective
(Scholars Column/Arakan Historical Seminar)

…  The history of Arakan has been closely connected with that of Bengal long before that advent of the Muslims. Inscriptions mention a Chandra dynasty was founded in Arakan after the downfall of the third …

31. Islam in Arakan: An interpretation from the Indian perspective: History and the Present
(Scholars Column/Arakan Historical Seminar)

… 169-183 Johnston, E.H. 1944. Some Sanskrit Inscriptions ofArakan. In Bulletin of School of Oriental and African Studies, London University: 357-385 Kamaluddin, S. 1992. “The Arakan Exodus’ in …

32. Rohingyas are not British Era Settlers
(Article/Rohingya Article)

… of Mandalay University and professor of history wrote that “The kings of Arakan had Muslim titles, The Muslim kings mentioned in the Kyaukza (stone plates or stones tablets inscriptions of 1442) might …

 

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