Index of Burma-related articles

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Articles (arranged alphabetically) related to Burma include:

0-9[edit]

.bu - .mm - 13 Carat Diamond and Other Stories (.) - 1991 Bangladesh cyclone (.) - 2007 Burmese anti-government protests - 2011 Burma earthquake - 8888 Uprising (. .)

A[edit]

Achang (. . . . . . . . . . .) - Administrative divisions of Myanmar (. . .) - Adoniram Judson - Air Bagan - Air Mandalay - Air Myanmar - Alaungpaya - Alaungsithu - All Burma Students League - Akathaso - Allanmyo - Amarapura - Armenians in Myanmar - Ananda Temple - Anaukpetlun - Anawrahta - Anglo-Burmese - Anglo-Indian - Anti-Fascist Organisation - Anna and the King - Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League - Archdiocese of Mandalay - Archdiocese of Taunggyi - Ari Buddhism - ASEAN University Network - Aung Kyi - Aung Lwin - Aung San - Aung San Suu Kyi - Auriol Island - Ava Kingdom - Aw Boon Haw - Aye Cho - Ayeyarwady Division - Ayeyarwady River - Aye Myint Kyu

B[edit]

Ba Maw - Ba Shin - Ba Swe - Ba U - Bagan - Bago, Burma (. . . . .) - Bago Division - Bagyidaw - Bamar - Baña Thau - Bando - Banshay - Battle of Meiktila / Mandalay - Battle of Ngasaunggyan - Battle of Pagan - Battle of Ramree Island - Bayinnaung - Ben Cullum - Beyond Rangoon - Beyond the Horizon (2006 film) - Bhamo - Bharma - Biryani - Bishop of Rangoon - Bo Mya - Bodawpaya (.) - Bogale - Bogale Township - Bogyoke Aung San Stadium - Bogyoke Market - Borassus flabellifer - Botahtaung Pagoda - Breakfast - Britain Burma Society - British East India Company - British India - British-India Steam Navigation Company - British rule in Burma - Budalin - Buddhism in Myanmar - Bumhpa Bum - Burma - Burma Campaign - Burmese constitutional referendum, 2008 - Burmese Days - Burma Digest - Burmese Encyclopedia - Burmese general election, 1990 - Burmese general election, 2010 - Burma National Army - Burma Province - Burma Road - Burma studies - Burma Socialist Programme Party - Burmah Oil Company Ltd. - Burmese alphabet - Burmese American - Burmese Chinese - Burmese Chinese cuisine - Burmese Days - Burmese Encyclopedia - Burmese English - Burmese Indians - Burmese invasion of Assam - Burmese Kingdom - Burmese language - Burmese martial arts - Burmese Martyr's Day - Burmese numerical classifiers - Burmese rupee - Burmese script - Burmese tofu - Burmese units of measurement (.) - Burmese Way to Socialism

C[edit]

Canadian Friends of Burma - Cape Negrais - Central Bank of Myanmar - Chamber of Nationalities - Chanmyay Sayadaw - Chapati - Cheduba Island - Censorship in Myanmar - Chin people - Chin Sian Thang - Chin State - Chindwin River - Chinlone - Chinn Sein - Chinthe - Chit Hlaing - Chit Maung - Christianity in Myanmar - Christian Reformed Church in Myanmar - Cinema of Burma (.) - Coat of arms of Myanmar - Colonel Thein Nyunt - Communications in Myanmar - Communist Party of Burma - Crown Prince Ka Naung - Cuisine of Myanmar - Culture of Myanmar - Cyclone Mala - Cyclone Nargis - Cynthia Maung

D[edit]

Dabayin - Dagon-1 - Dagon (2) High School - Dagon Khin Khin Lay - Dagon University - Dai people - Danu people - Danubyu - Danubyu Township - Dawei - De'ang - Dedaye - Dedaye Township - Defeat into Victory - Defense Services Academy - Democratic Party for a New Society - Democratic Voice of Burma - Demographics of Myanmar - Depayin massacre - Dhammayangyi Temple - Dhammayazika Pagoda - Diocese of Banmaw - Diocese of Hakha - Diocese of Lashio - Diocese of Pekhon - Diphu Pass - Dobama Asiayone

E[edit]

Early History of Burma - Ecclesiastical history of Myanmar - Economy of Myanmar - Education in Myanmar - Edward Michael Law-Yone - Effect of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake on Myanmar - Eaindra Kyaw Zin - Einme - Einme Township - Elections in Myanmar

F[edit]

Falam - Federation of Trade Unions of Burma - First Burmese War - Flag of Myanmar - Foreign relations of Myanmar - Fort Hertz - Frontier Areas

G[edit]

Gangaw - Gaung Paung - Gawdawpalin Temple - Geography of Myanmar (. . .) - George Algernon West - George Boardman (missionary) (. .) - The Glass Palace - Glass Palace Chronicle - Glutinous rice - God's Army (revolutionary group) (. .) - Golden Triangle (Southeast Asia) - Gordon Seagrave - Gulf of Martaban (.)

H[edit]

Haigyi Island (town) - Hakha - Hamsa bird - Harry H. Corbett - Heho - Helen Jairag Richardson - Hengduan Shan - Henzada - Herbert Thirkell White - High Court (Myanmar) - High Schools in Myanmar - Hinthada - Hinthada District - Hinthada Township - History of Myanmar - History of rail transport in Burma - HIV/AIDS in Myanmar - Hkakabo Razi - Hkamti Long - Hlaing River - Hla Thaung - - HleguHmawbi Saya Thein - Hmu Aung - Hnyat-phanat - Hne - Homalin - Hopin (Kachin State) - Hpa-An - Hpakant - Hpaung Daw U Pagoda - Hsenwr - Hsinbyushin - Hsipaw (. . .) - Hso Khan Pha - Htilominlo Temple - Htoo Eain Thin - Htoo Group of Companies - Hubert Rance - Human rights in Myanmar

I[edit]

Indo-Burma Petroleum (.) - Indaw - Indawgyi Lake - Ingapu - Ingapu Township - Inle Aing - Inle Lake (. . .) - Insein - Insein Prison - Institute of Medicine, Mandalay - Internet in Burma - Intha people - Inya Lake - Irrawaddy Delta - Irrawaddy Flotilla Company - Islam in Myanmar

J[edit]

Jaggery - James George Scott - James Hla Kyaw - Jamie Cullum - Japan Yin Thwe - Jingpho language - Jingpo people (Kachin people) - Johnny and Luther Htoo (. . .) - Jonathan Holt Titcomb - Journal Kyaw Ma Ma Lay - Judson College

K[edit]

Kaba Ma Kyei - Kachin Church - Kachin Hills - Kachin State - Kalaw - Kalaymyo - Kalewa - Kanaung - Kangyidaut - Kangyidaunk Township - Kandawgyi Lake - Kandawgyi National Garden - Karen-Ni - Karen Hills - Karen National Union - Karen people - Karenni States - Kathar - Kawleikgyin Ne Win - Kawngtim - Kawnro - Kawthaung - Kawthoolei - Kayah State - Kayan - Kayin State - Keng Tawng - Kengtong - Khin Aung Myint - Khin Hnin Yu - Khin Khin Htoo - Khin Myo Chit - Khin Nyunt - Khin Yu May - Khmu people - Khuasak - Khun Sa - King Tharrawaddy - Kinnari - Kinwon Min Gyi - Ko Mya Aye - Kokang - Konbaung Dynasty - Konglu - Kumon Bum Mountains - Kunlong - Kuthodaw Pagoda - Kyaiklat - Kyaiklat Township - Kyaiktiyo Pagoda - Kyangin - Kyangin Township - Kyan Sit Min - Kyanzittha - Kyaukme (Shan State) - Kyaukmyaung (Sagaing) - Kyaukpadaung - Kyaukpyu - Kyaukse - Kyauktada (disambiguation) - Kyaunggon - Kyaunggon Township - Kyaw Hein - Kyaw Kyaw Naing - Kyaw Swe - Kyaw Thu - Kyaw Yin - Kyaw Zaw - Kyi Hla Han Kyi Kyi Htay - Kyi Soe Tun - Kyonpyaw - Kyonpyaw Township - Kyunhla

L[edit]

Lacquerware - Lae Sar - Lahe - Lahpet - Lahu - Laiza - Languages of Myanmar - Lanmadaw Township - Labutta - Labutta Township - Lashio - Lawkananda Pagoda - Lawksawk - Laymyethna Township - Lay Phyu - Ledo Road - Legya - Lemyethna - Leshi - Lethwei - Lewe - LGBT rights in Burma (Gay rights) -List of birds of Burma - List of birds on stamps of Burma - List of bishops of Rangoon - List of Burmese actors - List of Burmese film directors - List of Burmese monarchs - List of cities in Myanmar - List of ethnic groups in Myanmar - List of islands of Myanmar -List of male actors from Myanmar- List of museums in Burma- List of museums in Yangon- List of Myanmar Motion Picture Academy Awards - List of people on stamps of Myanmar - List of political parties in Myanmar - Lisu - Lisu Church - List of Mon monarchs - List of Shan states and rulers - Literature of Myanmar - Lo Hsing Han - Loikaw - Loilem - Longyi - Lower Burma - Ludu Daw Amar (.) - Ludu U Hla - Luongphaw Ajar Tala Uttama - Lweje

M[edit]

Ma-Ubin - Ma Ma Lei - Mabein - Magway Division - Magway Township - Mahabandoola - Mahabodhi Temple, Bagan - Mahamuni Buddha - Mahasi Sayadaw - Maingkwan - Mali River - Man Na - Mandalay - Mandalay Chanmyathazi Airport - Mandalay Division - Mandalay Hill - Mandalay International Airport - Manerplaw - Manuha Temple - Mara people - Maran Brang Seng - Martaban - Maubin District - Maubin Township - Maung Maung (union leader) - Maung Maung Ji - Maung Maung Kha - Maung Khin - Maung Zarni () - Maurice Collis - Mawbi Hsaya Thein - Mawkmai - Mawlaik - Mawlamyaing (. .) - Mawlamyinegyun - Mawlamyinegyun Township - May Shin - Meiktila - Meitei language - Mekong - Mergui - Mergui Archipelago - Mi gyaung - Mi Mi Khaing - Military of Myanmar - Mrs. Leslie Milne - Minbu - Mindon Min (.) - Minfong Ho - Min Ko Naing - Mingin - Mingun - Mingun Bell - Mingyinyo - Min-nyi Min-tha - Min Thu Wun - Mizzima News (.) - MLC Transcription System - Mo Mo Myint Aung - Moethee Zun - Mogaung - Moken - Mogok - Mohinga - Momeik - Mon Nationalism and Civil War in Burma - - Mong Ko - Mong Kung - Mong Mao - Mong Nai - Mong Pai - Mong Pan - Mong Pawk - Mong Ton - Monghsat - Monywa - Mottama - The Moustache Brothers - Mon language - Mon people - Mon State - Mount Popa - Mrauk U - Mu River - Mukerjee (Yebaw Phyu Win) - Mun Awng - Muse (Shan State) - Music of Myanmar - Mya Than Tint - Myanaung Township - Myan Aung - Myanmar - Myanma Airways - Myanmar Airways International - Myanmar at the 1992 Summer Olympics - Myanmar at the 2000 Summer Olympics - Myanmar at the 2004 Summer Olympics - Myanmar Baptist Convention - Myanmar Christian Fellowship of the Blind - Myanmar English Dictionary - Myanmar Football Federation - Myanmar Institute of Theology - Myanmar kyat - Myanmar Motion Picture Academy Awards - Myanmar Motion Picture Museum Myanmar Motion Picture Organization - Myanmar National Literature Award - Myanmar National Literature Award for Translation - Myanmar National Literature Award for Collected Short Stories - Myanmar Monastic Schools - National Democratic Alliance Army - Myanmar national football team - Myanmar Wide Web - Myat Hein - Myaungmya - Myaungmya District - Myaungmya Township - Myazedi inscription - Myelat - Myingyan - Myint Aung - Myint Myint Khin - Myint Swe - Myint Thein - Myitkyina - Myitnge - Myitnge River - Myoma Nyein

N[edit]

Naban - Naga (mythology) - Naga people - Nai Shwe Kyin - Nai Htaw Sorn - Names of Burma (. . . . . . .) - Namshan - Namtu - Nan Aye Khine - Nanda Bayin - Nanpaya Temple - Narathihapate - Narathu - Nat (spirit) - Nat Shin Naung (.) - Nathlaung Kyaung Temple - National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma - National Council of the Union of Burma - National Democratic Alliance Army - National Kandawgyi Botanical Gardens - National League for Democracy (. ) - National Unity Party (Burma) (. .) - Naungdawgyi - Naw Zipporrah Sein - Nawnghkio - Naypyidaw (.) - Nay Win- Ne Win (. . .) - New Light of Myanmar - Ngapali Beach (.) - Ngapudaw Township - Ngapudaw - Ngwe Pay Lo Ma Ya - North Okkalapa Township - Nung Rawang - Nyan Win (.) - Nyaung Shwe (. . .) - Nyaung U Airport - Nyaung-u Sawrahan (. .)- Nyaungdon Township - Nyi Pu

O[edit]

Ohn Gyaw

P[edit]

P Moe Nin - Pado Mahn Shar - Paan - Pa-O - Pagan Min - Pagodas in Myanmar - Pajau - Pakokku - Palaung - Palaungic languages - Paletwa - Panghsang - Panglong (disambiguation) - Panglong Conference - Pangsau Pass - Pantanaw - Pantanaw Township - Panthay - Party of the Socialist Program of Burma - Pascal Khoo Thwe - Pathein - Pathein District - Pathein Township - Pau Chin Hau - Pauk - Paungdale - Payathonzu Temple - Pe Maung Tin - Phat Sein Kywan Taung Shwe Wuttu-to Myar - Phaungkaza Maung Maung - Phyu Phyu Thin - Philip de Brito - Pindaya Caves - Politics of Myanmar - Po Par Gyi - Poy Sang Long - President of Burma - Pride of Burma - Prime Minister of Myanmar - Prome - Prostitution in Myanmar - Protestants in Myanmar - Public holidays in Myanmar - Putao - Pyapon - Pyapon Township - Pyay - Pyidaungsu Sithu Thingaha - Pyin U Lwin - Pyinmana - Pyu - Pyu (Myanmar) - Pyuntaza

Q[edit]

R[edit]

Rajadhirat - Rakhine people (. - Rakhine State (. .) - Ramree Island (.) - Rangoon bombing - Rebecca Win - Richard Carnac Temple - Reginald Dorman-Smith (.) - Rohingya language (.) - Rohingya people (. . . . .) - Rohingya villages - Roman Catholicism in Myanmar

S[edit]

Sabaw - Sagaing - Sagaing Division - Sai Sai Kham Hlaing - Saint Mary's Cathedral, Yangon - Salwe - Salween River - Samosa - San C. Po - San San Nweh - Sandar Win - Sao Edward Yang Kyein Tsai - Saopha - Sao Kawng Kiao Intaleng - Sao Saimong - Sao Seng Suk - Sao Shwe Thaik - Sarah Hall Boardman - Sarpay Beikman - Sasana Vamsa - Saung - Saw Maung - Saw Bayi - Saw Wai - Sawlu - Sawlu Min - Sayadaw - Saya San - Saya Tin - Saya Zawgyi - Sayadaw U Pandita - Sayadaw U Tejaniya - Scouting in Burma - Seafarers - Seafarers' Union of Burma - Second Burmese War - Sein Lwin - Sein Win (Brigadier General) - Sein Win - Shan - Shan Hills -Shan Kingdom - Shan language - Shan Nationalities League for Democracy - Shan State - Shinbyu - Shite-thaung Temple - Shri Kali Temple - Shwebo - Shwedagon Pagoda - Shwegu - Shwegugyi Temple - Shweli River - Shwe Mann (.) - Shwenandaw Monastery - Shwesandaw Pagoda - Shwethalyaung Buddha - Shwezigon Pagoda - Sin Yaw Mg Mg - Sitkwin - Sittwe - Sizang - Smith Dun - Soe Win - State Law and Order Restoration Council - State Peace and Development Council - Strand Hotel - Style (2004 film) - Subdivisions of Myanmar - Sulamani Temple - Sule Pagoda - Supayalat - Su Shun Lai - Su Su Nway

T[edit]

Tabinshwehti - Ta Khar Ta Yan Hni A Chit The Ei Tho Phit Tat The - Tachileik - Tagaung, Mandalay - Taik Chun - Tai Lü language - Tamil diaspora - Tamu (Myanmar) - Tanintharyi Division - Taping River - Tatmadaw - Taukkyan War Cemetery - Taunggyi - Taungoo - Tawngpeng - Taw Phayar Galay - Tay Za - Tea culture - Tekkatho - Tedim - Tekkatho Phone Naing - Thakin Chit Maung - Thaing - Thakin Kodaw Hmaing - Thakin Than Tun - Thanbauk (poetic form) (Thanbauk, Mingin) - Thandaung - Thandwe - Thanlyin - Thanlwin Bridge (Mawlamyine) - Than Shwe - Thant Myint-U - Than Tun - Thanaka - Tharabha Gate - Tharrawaddy - Tharrawaddy Min - Thatbyinnyu Temple - Thaton - Thaungdut - Thayé - Thayetmyo - The Irrawaddy - The Myanmar Times - The Sun (Rangoon) - Thein Oo - Thein Pe Myint (.) - Thein Sein - Theippan Maung Wa - Theinhko - Theinni - Theravada - Thet Win Aung - Thiha Thura Tin Aung Myint Oo - Thway - Thibaw Min - Thibaw (Shan State) - Thin Thin Khaing - Thingyan - Third Burmese War - Thirty Comrades - Thukha - Tin Maung - Tin Moe - Tin Oo - Transport in Myanmar - Three Pagodas Pass - Thuwanna YTC Stadium - Tigyaing - Tin Hlaing - Tip Htila (.) - Togyaunggale - Tong Seal - Toungoo Dynasty - Tourism in Burma - Traditional Burmese calendar - Trials in Burma - True Jesus Church in Myanmar - TTC Yangon - Tun Kyi - Tun Myint

U[edit]

U Ba Khin - U Ba Htay - U Ba Win (.) - U Khandi - U Nu (. .) - U Ottama - U Sa - U San Yu - U Shwe Yoe - U Thant (. .) - U Tin Tun - U Win Tin - Union Solidarity and Development Association (.) - United Nations World Food Programme in Burma - United Wa State Army (.) - University of Computer Studies, Yangon (.) - University of Culture, Yangon - University of Forestry, Myanmar - University of Mandalay (.) - University of Mawlamyaing (. .) - University of Medicine Mandalay - University of Medicine-1, Yangon University of Medicine-2, Yangon -(.) - University of Veterinary Science - Upper Burma - U.S. Campaign for Burma - Uyu River (Uru River)

V[edit]

Va people (. . .) - Vassa (. .) - Vigorous Burmese Student Warriors

W[edit]

Wa Gyi - Wa people - Wa Self-Administered Division - Wa State - Wakema - Wakema Township - Walter Chit Tun (.) - Webu Sayadaw - Weekly Eleven - Wetlet Township - Win Aung - Win Maung - Win Oo - Win Tin - World's largest book - Wunna - Wuntho

X[edit]

Y[edit]

Ya-Du - Yama Zatdaw - Yamethin - Yan Paing - Yandabo - Yangon (. .) - Yangon Airways - Yangon Division (.) - Yangon General Hospital (.) - Yangon River (. . .) - Yangon International Airport (.) - Yangon Institute of Economics - Yangon Institute of Marine Technology - Yangon Technological University (. .) - Yangon University (. . . . . ) - Yao people (.) - Ye Htoon - Yekyi - Yekyi Township - Yenangyaung - Yezin - Yezin Institute of Veterinary Science - Yinmabin

Z[edit]

Zalun - Zalun Township - Zarganar - Zaw Win Htut - Zaw Zaw - Zaw Zaw Aung - Zayat - Zeya (Burmese actor) - Zeyawaddy - Zo (people) - Zogam - Zomi - Zomi National Congress - Zyphe language (. . .)

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