Pyu

Pyu is a town in Taungoo District, Bago Region in Burma (Myanmar). It is the administrative seat of Pyu Township.

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Theravada Buddhists - History - Southeast Asia - Burma
... The Mon and Pyu were among the earliest people to inhabit Burma ... Recent archaeological research at a Pyu settlement in the Samon Valley (around 100 km south-east of Bagan) has shown that they had trade links with India from ... kingdom by the name of Lin-Yang, which some scholars have identified as the ancient Pyu kingdom of Beikthano 300 km north of Yangon ...
Pyu Language (Burma) - Usage
... The language was the vernacular of the Pyu states ... The Chinese records state that the 35 musicians that accompanied the Pyu embassy to the Tang court in 800–802 played music and sang in the Fan (Sanskrit) language ...
Pyu Language (Burma)
... The Pyu language (Burmese ပျူ ဘာသာ, also Tircul language) is an extinct Tibeto-Burman language, mainly spoken in present day central Burma (Myanmar) in ... It was the vernacular of the Pyu city-states which thrived between the second century BCE and the 9th century CE ... late 9th century when the Mranma (Burmans) of the Nanzhao Kingdom began to overtake the Pyu realm ...
Narapatisithu - Reign - Rise of Burmese Culture
... also saw the rise of Burmese culture which finally emerged out of the shadows of Mon and Pyu cultures ... and 10th centuries, had led the Pagan Kingdom under the name of the Pyu ... the primary script of the kingdom, replacing Mon and Pyu scripts ...
Military History Of Burma - Early History
... The Tibeto-Burman-speaking Pyu, the earliest inhabitants of the Irrawaddy valley in recorded history, founded several city states that thrived between the 1st ... Eighth-century Chinese records identify 18 Pyu states throughout the Irrawadddy valley, and describe the Pyu as a humane and peaceful people to whom war was virtually ... description by the Chinese was a snapshot of the Pyu realm, and may not represent the life in the city-states in general ...