PYU


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PYUPalestinian Youth Union (est. 1992)
PYUPick You Up
PYUPanafrican Youth Union (est. 1962)
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Furthermore, a Sino-Burmese scholar named Chen Yi-Sein who taught at Rangoon University and was a member of the Burma Historical Commission from 1956 to 1987, identified the Pyu of Taungdwingyi, central Burma, being the Dravidian speakers, contradicting the popular version that the Pyu were the Tibeto-Burman speakers.
Michael Vickery's analysis of Pre-Angkor Cambodia effectively argues that Chams and Khmers interacted with each other; (6) more recent art historical research indicates numerous connections between Pyu, DvaravatI, Pre-Angkor, and Cham.
In this respect, the Mons share much with the Pyu, but the vital difference is that, whereas the Pyu have long since disappeared by having assimilated to their neighbours, the Mons still exist as a recognized tainyintha in modern Myanmar.
Myanmar delegation members jubilated and congratulated one another when the resolution was passed in favour of the Pyu Ancient cities property.
Last month, satellite imagery obtained by Human Rights Watch showed extensive destruction of homes and other property in a predominantly Rohingya Muslim area of the coastal town of Kyauk Pyu - one of several areas of new violence and displacement.
In Noel Singer's accounts, Pyu, Mon, and Burman artistic traditions merged and evolved into a single style, thriving at the court of the Burman kingdom, Bagan (1044-1287 C.
Between Pegu and Pyu the train stopped to take on water.
These attacks follow earlier communal violence in Kyauk Pyu, Rakhine State, in 2005.
Gordon Luce mentions indications in Pagan (Bagan) records that they called themselves the Tircul, but in his own studies he often refers to them as the Pyu.
The volume's title refers to the ancient kingdoms of Pyu, Funan, Zhenia, Champa, Dvaravati, Kedah and Srivijaya, which once occupied large parts of present-day Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.
The Pyu, Kanyan and Thet races were all wiped out when the first Myanmar kingdom was set up (1044-1287) at Pagan, known as the Pagan Dynasty, then the Shan ruled the country and later the Mon and Arakanese became supreme.