The corpse of Prince Thiha Thu from the Bagan period in Burma or in the United States

The corpse of Prince Thiha Thu from the Bagan period in Burma or in the United States. When I was a middle school student, I read about this in a magazine, and I felt very sorry for it.

Seeing a prince more than 700 years ago is almost impossible today. But Burmese people have this opportunity. But the United States is not allowed to see the body of a Burmese prince in history.

In today’s situation, the Burmese should reclaim their country from the United States, diplomatically or otherwise. American scholars were also used by the government to accept US assistance for the restoration of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.

The team also included an expert in archeology. Between 1950 and 1953, he conducted archeological excavations in the Twantay Forest Range in the ancient city of Shwedagon.

Instead of surveying the site of the ancient city of Shwedagon, he sought to find the tomb of the wise ambassador, Raja Thingyan. During this research, a remarkable discovery was made. The doctor found the corpse of Prince Thiha Thu in front of the Bagan house soaked in an immortal liquid in a large pot.

On his way back to the United States, the doctor untied the corpse, wrapped it in straw, and put it in a wooden acne box on a ship. Many Dala residents witnessed the large pot being carried by workers on the deck. The container was not allowed to be inspected by customs while it was being transported on the ship, which is a matter of concern.

3. More than 700 years ago, the body of Thiha Thu, the son of King Bagan, was dug up in a royal pot and dug up by an American economist, who carried it to the United States between 1950 and 1953 and stored it in a museum. While carrying the jar, a Burmese man came across the United States.

The museum is neatly decorated with antiques from around the world. At one point in the museum, a large pot of Burmese-made vases was found, and compared to the large pot, there was an air-conditioned mirror on a long stone table, and the body of a young man under the age of 20 was clearly visible in the mirror.

In Prince Thiha Thu’s mirror The inscription “1254 AD” was written in English in the Bagan period of Burma. Lip Balm and Body Lotion A black silk scarf emblazoned with the image of a lion. He was seen wearing a gold robe and holding a silk scarf tightly in his hand. His face was as wide as his cheeks, and his eyes were wide.

4. When the Burmese man and the American doctor discussed Thiha Thu’s body, he praised the way the prince’s body was embalmed in the Burmese way, as it has been preserved for 700 years and will last for hundreds of thousands of years.

He also promised to return Thiha Thu’s body after the construction of a well-deserved museum in your country. I think it is interesting for historians and archaeologists in our country to research Thiha Thu’s body.

Prince Thiha Thu, the son of King Uzana of Bagan, was executed by the outraged MPs. The author of this article is journalist U Thein Maung.

5. As a well-known journalist, I do not think so. But the bad thing is that in his letter, Prince Thiha Thu does not mention which city or museum in the United States. If so, you may have a chance to learn more about Burmese medicine’s expertise.

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It is said that the Raja Thingyan MP tricked Prince Thiha Thu, known as the Prince of Betel Spit, into believing that a white elephant appeared in the Twantay Forest Range and killed him in the elephant enclosure. The reason for the killing was that at a conference, Prince Thiha Thu was blocked by MP Raja Thingyan on the way to his destination, so he spat at him. Prince Thiha Thu’s brother, Prince Min Khwe Chae (Narathihapatte), who was greatly embarrassed by the public outcry, begged the ambassador to help him become king.
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