Pau Cin Hau

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Pau Cin Hau is the founder and the name of a religion followed by some Tedim and Hakha Chin in the north-western part of Burma.

Pau Cin Hau was born at Lailui Khua, in the Tedim Khuapi Uksung in 1859; and lived until 1948. He started a religious movement based on the worship of a god known as Pasian.

He also invented a script known as "tual lai" ('local script') or "zo tual lai",[1] now called Pau Cin Hau. There is Latin-based alphabet.

Pau Cin Hau's religion is also known as "Laipian" ('script religion'), and Pau Cin Hau is also known as "Laipianpa" ('script religion creator').

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  1. ^ Pandey, Anshuman (2011-04-27). "N4017: Proposal to Encode the Pau Cin Hau Alphabet in ISO/IEC 10646" (PDF). Working Group Document, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC2/WG2. 
  • Aung San Suu Kyi (1985). Let's Visit Burma. London: Burke Publishing Company. 

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