Inscribe in palm leave

palm leave inscriptionMyanmars ancient documents written on slabs of sandstone and bronze. Gold plated. palm leaves and parabaik or writing tablet paper. fabric or metal recording accordion folds.Palm leaves are usually made in Corypha palm leaf with the stylus. Palm leaf entries are made in Corypha palm leaf punch or palm leaves is more common.Palm leaf inscriptions are usually made in Corypha palm leaf with a pencil. Palm leaf entries are made in Corypha palm leaf punch or palm leaves common.Scholars is believed that the first use of palm registration was initiated by Pyus of Srikestra. Religion. astronomy. astrology. Drug. history. Dhammathat legal code. poetry. literary documents were written mostly in palm leaves.

Relevant : Myanmar Handicrafts

Each palm leaf has a hole in each end called Palin Bauk. For his detention systematic view. Palm leaves are stacked on two bamboo sticks called Tai Palin through drilled holes.
palm leave inscribeThen, all written on palm leaves joins two pieces of wood called Kyan wooden shovels are black. red or gold as desired.Then. recording beam palm is wrapped in two layers of fabric.

The inner layer is generally outside is cotton and silk or velvet. palm leaf inscription beams are then wrapped in a striped bamboo roll tissue called Sar Palwe. Handwritten wrapped packages are kept in large-library called Sar Taik meaning manuscripts box.

Today. many people are unfamiliar with scripts or parabaik palm leaves. The preservation of these manuscripts is a national duty to posterity can enjoy our cultural heritage.

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