Tag: Junior Win

A Life-Long Partner (Junior Win)

(1985, My loving grandparents – U Khin Maung Latt, and (Daw) Khin Myo Chit (writer)) ‘Colourful Burma’ (1976) was my grandma’s famous book in the history of all time. The book was reprinted again and again until now. She wrote…

Time Does Not Fly (Junior Win)

Days passed so slowly. Passing days are the longest days for me. Longest second, longest minute, longest hour, longest day, and longest night I could never suffered more. Suffering is a very long moment. For me, time itself does not…

Kou Ka or Symbol of seven-day-born (Junior Win)

‘Kou’Ka’ ‘Kou’Ka’, a kind of a long thin paper flag on which Seven-day-born symbols and their sketches are made, tied at bamboo stick, which gives all the seven-day-born safety and health. It was also a long flag on which Seven-day-born…

Meaningful and Colorful – Junior Win

(Pilgrim preferred Eugenias, and also others meaningful things to offer at the foot of the pagoda.) Thingyan Pots not only exist for Thingyan festival and Burmese New Year, but also a set of flowers or leaves for Seven-Day-Born are always…

Tha Pyay(Eugenia) – Junior Win

(Bonsai at the monastery.) ThaPyay(Eugenia) is not only common chosen leaves for Thingyan Pot, but also for offering at the pagoda in honor of the stupa where Buddha’s relics enshrined. It is a symbol of love, peace, success and kindness.…

Today Thingyan Pot (Junior Win)

Here, what I chose a set of leaves and flowers for the Burmese Thingyan Pot. (Let red rose, and red paper flowers be arranged attractively, and others also added by the law of Burmese alphabets.) Collecting flowers, and leaves from…

Thingyan Pot for Burmese New Year (Junior Win)

  (Thingyan Pot Illustration by Maung Yit.) To welcome the Burmese New Year, having ‘Thingyan Pot’ plays the important part in our Burmese life. Placing ‘Thingyan Pot’ in front of our house, and to welcome Tha-Gyar-Min (King of the celestials),…