Monday, April 13, 2009

Myanmar New Year 2009!

As usual, Every Year 13th April is Pre-Thingyan day and 17th April is Myanmar New Year.
I missing splashing water and monte lone yay paw(traditional treated snacks as complementary Also Padauk.To save my missing, I gazing this photo from here:
http://yelwinoo.com/festivals-events/thingyan-yay.html Thanks to KoYe
And I going and peeping out this blog: http://www.mmthingyan.com/ so as to feel and enjoy our Thingyan period celebration at some countries. Moreover, I am listening those thingyan songs timely. If you are interested in listening them, can visit and enjoy here: http://music.all-channel.com/ThingyanSongs.aspx
Some friends make me laugh with this animation: http://i283.photobucket.com/albums/kk281/megumi21/water.gif
The most enjoyable present, I deeply special thanks to him for this pic and greeting below:


အႀကိဳေန႔မွာ ပိေတာက္ပန္းေတြ လက္ေဆာင္ေပးလိုက္ပါတယ္။


ရႊင္လန္းခ်မ္းေျမ့ပါေစ ;)
(meaning: give padauk as present on pre-thingyan day and wish cheerful with peace of mind)

Older posts about Thingyan here: http://melodymaung.blogspot.com/2008/04/thingyan-traditional-treats.html
http://melodymaung.blogspot.com/2007/04/just-corner-to-myanmar-thingyan-water.html

1 comment:

David hogard said...

Myanmar is known to have the best places in the world. A Southeast Asian country where the best finds and places are found. Here are few places to visit in Myanmar.
The Mandalay Palace - located at the foot of Mandalay hill. The palace was destroyed during the Second World War and now fully renovated. It is now open for the public, and considered as a museum. The original design of the palace was kept after it was restored, so visitors can view the actual physical features of the original palace. Inside the palace grounds, a Floating Restaurant was built along the trench where visitors can stop by to have their breaks and refreshments.


http://travels423.blogs.experienceproject.com/212364.html