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Myanmar e-books

 

There are not many newer books available on the country and ebooks are not available except from us. Most publication on the market are from about 100 or more years ago which also can be found here, just check below. We have them English and also Buecher in Deutsch or German

Have a look at the review below

 

 

 

 

 

myanmar burma mandalay palace moat
$ 2.90

You can download the Myanmar Panorama e-book here.
Myanmar Panorama, free sample here
upper myanmar mandalay pyin oo lwin sagaing monywa mingun mogok shwebo
$ 2.90
Upper Myanmar, Mandalay, Mingun, Mogok, Monywa, Pin Oo Lwin, Sagaing, Shwebo ++ download here

Upper Myanmar free sample here

E-BUECHER DEUTSCH

myanmar burma pagoda bagan

You can download the Bagan e-book here Bagan sample pages here
A review of Bagan Panorama you can read below.

$ 2.90

myanmar burma sunset andaman sea
Islands of the Andaman Sea and the Sea Nomads
e-book here

Islands of the Andaman Sea and the Sea Nomads free sample pages here
 
 

$ 2.90


Detailed Info here

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are rare books on South East Asia and other books on Burma


$ 2.60

You can download the  Peeps at Many Lands / BURMA here.

Peeps at Many Lands sample pages here

This is a original travel book from 1904, a different age but since then almost nothing has changed,

so it's very up to date.

 siamese white by maurice collis
$ 2.60
 
Download Siamese White here

More on Siamese White below


 

Some of the e-books have music integrated, if you see a rectangle at the bottom right of the cover page, use it and music will play. For the music you need at least acrobat version 7.0, just download the acobat from acrobat reader v7.0.
You also can print all e-books in full colors on your desktop printer.

BOOK MARKS:

A REVIEW IN THE NATION, Thailand's leading
english language newspaper
Published on Jul 25, 2003


Bagan Panorama

By Myat Thit and H Kraft

Published by H Kraft and Myo Aung

Available at Asia Books

This book is a visual feast, with a special subject – the ancient pagoda city of Bagan in central Burma.

Bagan, or Pukam as it is known to Thais, has inspired visitors for centuries and is regarded by Unesco as one of the archaeological treasures of the world. The city was founded in 107 AD, but it was not until King Anawrahta came to power in 1044 and converted to Buddhism in 1057 that the temple-building era began.

Now Bagan stands as a “skeleton of the glorious past”, the symbol of human endeavour and religious faith.

 

As the book reveals, these monuments are a mere reminder of the city’s former glory when the city was the Burmese capital between the 11th and 13th centuries. Although many of the temples are in ruins now due to centuries of neglect, natural disasters and looting, there are still an astonishing 2,217 temples and stupas still standing in an area of just 16 square kilometres.

Fortunately for the city, its remoteness and Burma’s political and economic isolation mean that Bagan has been immune from ugly cosmopolitan forces, and, as a result, there’s not a single shot in the book that depicts modernity – what you see instead are ox carts, thatched roofs and houses on stilts. The photos on their own are enough to for you to be awed by the city’s wealth of culture and tradition, making you want to visit the city yourself, a fine read.

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