25.03.2024 – 29.03.2024 A Tate Papers

On March 27, 2024, the 79th Armed Forces Day military parade ceremony will be held in Nay Pyi Taw, the morning of March 22. Second Army Chief of Defense Staff (Army) Lieutenant General Soe Win visited.

In that military exercise, Anaw Rahta, The remaining soldiers King Naung’s war Aung Zeya said, white elephant battle It is known that they marched to the military parade ground, where the battle of Vandula and the victory parade was included, and marched to the military parade ground, singing military songs accompanied by the playing of the military band, and practicing according to the military parade schedule.


In the military parade, officers, soldiers, soldiers from the Tatmadaw (Army, Navy, Air Force) and Myanmar Police. female soldiers Women’s special forces Aircraft from Tatmadaw (Air) Helicopters are included.


The Ministry of Defense, together with the Deputy Chairman of NASA Union Minister General Tin Aung San Coordinating Command Commander (Army, Navy, Air) General Maung Maung Aye; Commander-in-Chief of Defense (R) Lt. Gen. Zai Win Myint; Chief of Defense (Air) General Tun Aung; Senior military officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief of Defense; Chairman of the Tatmadaw Day Management Committee; Major General Saw Than Hlaing, Commander of the National Military Headquarters, and officials visited and inspected the Vice Chairman of the National Planning and Management Council. The Commander-in-Chief of Defense (Army) of the Second Army said that he coordinated with the officials.


According to the vendors in the festival, there are a large number of pilgrims visiting the Mann Shwe Seto Pagoda Festival in Minbu (Sku) Township, Magway Region, which is held every year from the 5th of the new moon of Taput to the first day of the Myanmar New Year.



On the opening day of the Mann Shwe Seta Pagoda Festival, the Lower Seta and Upper Seta were traditionally opened and offered. This year, because the full moon coincides with Sunday, there are more pilgrims.


“There were quite a few pilgrims around the opening day. Mainly, people are worried about the rumors about Unjun Nangyana and are afraid to go. The vendors in the festival are familiar with the whole period of the festival and some of them do not dare to open their shops. Now around the full moon day, there are not as many pilgrims from different areas as in normal years, but there are many pilgrims from the region,” said a vendor who sets up shop in the Mann Shwe Seto Pagoda Festival every year.


On the closing day of the Myanmar New Year’s Day festival, the upper and lower Sedaws are usually closed again. Since the lower seta is covered with transparent glass, it is possible to see the seta outside of the festival. Pilgrims often visit Shwe Seta Pagoda during non-festival times.

About 1,000 tents and 500 stalls are built every year during the Mann Shwe Setaw Bura Festival. According to reports, the largest number of pilgrims visit Mann Shwe Seta Pagoda Festival during the Burmese New Year.