Note: Article automatically translated with software from Italian
The city of Hamsavati, now renamed Pegu (Burma) is known to archaeologists as the capital of the kingdom of Râmannadesa, also known as the land of the Mon. Burma is a splendid Southeast Asian nation which borders India, Bangladesh, China, Laos and Thailand, a proud nation rich in tradition and culture.
The chronicles received date the foundation of Hamsavati to the year 875 by the hand of two twin brothers, Samala and Vimala.
Thanks to this brief history pill for those unfamiliar with the city of Hamsavati, from today they have been able to enrich their cultural background with new information.
Resources and sources consulted for the writing of this article:
- Dictionary of Archeology
- Wikipedia the free encyclopedia