Rakhine

Rakhine may refer to:

  • Rakhine people
  • Rakhine language
  • Rakhine State

Other articles related to "rakhine":

Taungup Township
... is a township of Thandwe District in the Rakhine State of Myanmar ... were killed during a riot at there in June 2012 after increasing tension between Muslims and Rakhine upon a Rakhine girl was gang raped and murdered ...
History Of Rakhine - Part of Independent Burma
... In 1948, Rakhine (Arakan) became a division within the Union of Burma ... Later there were calls for secession by the Rakhine (Arakan), but such attempts were subdued ... In 1974, the Ne Win government's new constitution granted Rakhine (Arakan) Division "state" status but the gesture was largely seen as meaningless since the military junta held all ...
Rakhaine People
... Originally, they are Rakhine nationality (also known as Arakanese) from the Rakhine State or Arakan which is now part of Myanmar ... Total population of Arakanese (Rakhine) is 3,346,000 ...
Thingyan - Modern-day Celebrations
... In major cities such as Yangon and Mandalay, Rakhine Thingyan can also be experienced as Rakhine residents of the city celebrate in their own tradition ... (လောင်းလှေ, laung hlei) to throw at revellers and Rakhine mohinga is served ...
Sittwe - Etymology
... The name Sittwe is the Burmese version of Rakhine Saite-Twêy (literally, "the place where the war meets") ... invaded the Mrauk-U Kingdom in 1784, the Rakhine defenders encountered the Burmese force at the mouth of Kalandan river ... The place where the battle occurred came to be called Site Twêy by the Rakhine, and colloquially as Sittwe by the Burmese ...