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201008251430 - MM - TNG - Taungbyone Nat Ka Daw (18).MOV

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Uploaded on Sep 27, 2010

Taungbyone est un village situé à environ 30 kilomètres au nord de Mandalay, Myanmar. Il s'y tient un festival des esprits (Nat Ka Daw) à toutes les années, lequel est un des plus joyeux festivals du Myanmar. Pendant ce festival, le village est rempli de commerçants, pèlerins et de centaines de médiums connus sous le nom de Natkadaw ou Nat Ka Daw qui peuvent communiquer avec les esprits (Nat en birman) comme intermédiaires afin de voir le futur, tout comme les diseurs de bonne aventure. Le festival gravite autour du temple contenant les statuts des deux frères Shwe Phyin Gyi et Shwe Phyin Nge, (ou U Min Gyi et U Min Galay).qui furent exécutés par vengeance par le roi Anawrahta puisqu'ils auraient omis de satisfaire à leurs devoirs d'apporter chacun une brique afin de construire la structure religieuse « Pagode des Vœux » (Hsu Taung Pyae) au village de Taungbyone. Puisque les frères sont morts violemment, ils ne peuvent reposer en paix et ils sont devenus des esprits (Nats). Lorsque Ananwrahta se préparait à quitter Taungbyone, les esprits de Shwe Hpyin Gyi et Shwe Hpyin Ngwe lui sont apparus et lui ont demandé de faire quelque chose en compensation de leur mort. La Pagode existe toujours à Taungbyone aujourd'hui -- complète avec l'espace pour deux briques manquantes que les frères auraient omis d'apporter.

Taungbyone is a village located about 30 kilometres north of Mandalay, Myanmar. It helds a Nat Festival (Nat Ka Daw) every year, one of the country's most boisterous festival. During the festival, the village fills with merchants, pilgrims and hundreds of nat mediums, known as Natkadaw or Nat Ka Daw who can communicate with the Spirit (Nat in Burmese) as spirit intermediaries in order to see into your future like fortune tellers. The focus of the festival is a shrine containing statues of two brothers, Shwe Phyin Gyi and Shwe Phyin Nge, (or U Min Gyi and U Min Galay) who were executed by a vengeful King Anawrahta for failing to carry out their duties to bring the brick while everyone was called on to donate a single brick to the project in order to build a religious structure called the "Pagoda of Wishes" (Hsu Taung Pyae) in the village of Taungbyone. Since the brothers died violent deaths, their souls could not rest and they became nats. As Anawrahta was preparing the leave Taungbyone, the spirits of Shwe Hpyin Gyi and Shwe Hpyin Ngwe appeared and asked him for something in compensation for their deaths. The pagoda still stands at Taungbyone today -- complete with a space for the two missing bricks that the brothers failed to provide.

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Taungbyone Mandalay Myanmar

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