ဆရာေတာ္ရဲ့ဘာသာျပန္ကဗ်ာလက္ေရြးစင္အခ်ိဳ႕ကို

ဆက္လက္ျပီးတင္ျပတာပါ၊

MAND3MAND2MAND5MAND6

 

 

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ဦးၾကင္ဥ ရဲ့ပါပဟိန္ျပဇာတ္က ကဗ်ာ တပုဒ္ ပါ၊

 

 

papaheinapapaheinbpapaheinc

 

mband3mband5mband2

 

ဇာတ္လမ္းအရ ညီေတာ္မင္းသား ပါပဟိန္က

 ေနာင္ေတာ္အိမ္ေရွ႕မင္းသား ဇယ်ာသိန္ အား

စစ္ထိုးတိုက္ခိုက္ဘို႕ ျပင္ဆင္ရင္း ထုတ္ေဖာ္တဲ့စစ္ခ်ီကဗ်ာပါ၊

 

ညီေတာ္ကနန္းလုတာအေရးေတာ္ပံုေအာင္ခဲ့တာပါ၊

papahein1papahein2papahein3papahein4papahein7

 

 

 

(ျမန္မာရာဇဝင္မွာအလားတူ ျဖစ္ရပ္တခုရွိခဲ့တာပါ)

 

 

 

Naratheinkha – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naratheinkha

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ညီေတာ္နရပတိစည္သူကိုနယ္စပ္သို႕အၾကံအဖန္နဲ႕ေစလႊတ္ျပီးေနာက္ 

ညီေတာ္ရဲ့ၾကင္ရာေတာ္ဇနီးကိုလုယူသိမ္းပိုက္ဘို႕

ေနာင္ေတာ္ နရသႎခ မင္းယုတ္မာက စီစဥ္ေနေၾကာင္း

ညီေတာ္နရပတိစည္သူက သတင္းရတာနဲ႕လက္ရုံးေတာ္ ေအာင္စြာ 

(ေအာက္ပံု) ကိုစစ္သား ၈၀ နဲ႕ေစလႊတ္ျပီး ေနာင္ေတာ္ဘုရင္ကိုတိုက္ခိုက္ျပီးနန္းလုတာ

 

 

 

papahein8

Commander Aung Zwa

Naratheinkha came to power in 1171 after his father was killed by the assassins sent by the king of Pateikkaya, an Indian kingdom in the west. At accession, he made his brother Narapatisithu the heir apparent and commander in chief.[1] This was a significant change because it was the first recorded instance in the history of the dynasty that the king had given up the command of the army. Even a weak king like Sawlu never gave up the command.[note 2]

The new king was popular but his downfall soon came, according to the chronicles, due to his interest in Weluwaddy, a queen of Narapatisithu. The king actually passed over marrying her but regretted the decision later after his brother took her. In 1174, Naratheinkha made up an excuse to send Narapatisithu to the front in the far north at Ngasaunggyan (present-day Yunnan) to suppress a supposed rebellion. When he had confirmed that Narapatisithu’s army was at a distant fort, the king raised his sister-in-law to queen.[5]

On his way to the frontier, Narapatisithu got hold of the news by a messenger on horseback.[note 3] Knowing he had been misled, Narapatisithu then selected Aung Zwa, a commander from his army, to lead the effort to assassinate the king. Aung Zwa led a team of 80 soldiers, and sped down the river by boat without pause. At Pagan, the team infiltrated the palace, and Aung Zwa himself killed the king.[5]

 

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