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Archaeological Notes On Mandalay

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Archaeological Notes On Mandalay
Taw Sein Ko
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The quarry of deer, etc. , was exhibited in the Southern Hall, and that of birds in the Northern ; and seated on the throne, the King would discuss the topics of the chase with his attendants. The introduction of Buddhism, which forbids the taking of life, changed the character of . These two thrones. Seated on the Deer Throne the Kings would inspect the offerings to be made to monks, and seated on the Peacock Throne ^ he would review troops, races, and tournaments.
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...y suggested that the Palace •should be demolished lest hopes as to the revival of the Burmese Monarchy should be kept alive ; but fortunately wiser counsels pre\'ailed, and the main buildings were kept intact. In this connection, the words of the Viceroy, Lord Curzon, recorded in his Minute dated the 2nd December 1901, may be cited :— " Moreover, its survival and maintenance are both a com- pliment to the sentiments of the Burmese race, showing 1 The ancient Indian custom of hunting with dogs is referred to at page 363 of McCrindle's Ancient India : its invasion by Alexander the Oreat.

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