Zawgyi(writer)

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Zawgyi (Burmese: ဇော်ဂျီ, conceived Thein Han (သိန်းဟန်, 12 April 1907 - 26 September 1990) was a recognized and driving Burmese artist, creator, abstract history specialist, commentator, researcher and scholastic. He was one of the pioneers of the Hkit san (Testing the Times) development in Burmese writing hunting down another style and substance before the Second World War, alongside Theippan Maung Wa, Nwe Soe and Min Thu Wun. His first hkit san poetry,Padauk container (Padauk blossom), was distributed in Hantha Kyemon handout.

His most noteworthy work was a play titled Maha hsan gyinthu, an adjustment of Molière's Le common gentilhomme, distributed in 1934. His most well known lyric was Beida lan (The Hyacinth's Way) that follows a trip through life's high points and low points, distributed in 1963.

Zawgyi (Burmese: ဇော်ဂျီ, conceived Thein Han (သိန်းဟန်, 12 April 1907 - 26 September 1990) was a recognized and driving Burmese artist, creator, abstract history specialist, commentator, researcher and scholastic. He was one of the pioneers of the Hkit san (Testing the Times) development in Burmese writing hunting down another style and substance before the Second World War, alongside Theippan Maung Wa, Nwe Soe and Min Thu Wun. His first hkit san poetry,Padauk container (Padauk blossom), was distributed in Hantha Kyemon handout.

His most noteworthy work was a play titled Maha hsan gyinthu, an adjustment of Molière's Le common gentilhomme, distributed in 1934. His most well known lyric was Beida lan (The Hyacinth's Way) that follows a trip through life's high points and low points, distributed in 1963.

Zawgyi (Burmese: ဇော်ဂျီ, conceived Thein Han (သိန်းဟန်, 12 April 1907 - 26 September 1990) was a recognized and driving Burmese artist, creator, abstract history specialist, commentator, researcher and scholastic. He was one of the pioneers of the Hkit san (Testing the Times) development in Burmese writing hunting down another style and substance before the Second World War, alongside Theippan Maung Wa, Nwe Soe and Min Thu Wun. His first hkit san poetry,Padauk container (Padauk blossom), was distributed in Hantha Kyemon handout.

His most noteworthy work was a play titled Maha hsan gyinthu, an adjustment of Molière's Le common gentilhomme, distributed in 1934. His most well known lyric was Beida lan (The Hyacinth's Way) that follows a trip through life's high points and low points, distributed in 1963.

In 1941, Zawgyi moved toward becoming Librarian at the University of Rangoon. He wedded Saw Yin (B.A., B.Ed.). Amid World War II Zawgyi progressed toward becoming Deputy Director General (Literature and Libraries Division) at the Ministry of Education. After the war he came back to his old employment as Librarian at the University of Rangoon (called Yangon in Burmese), then from 1947 to 1948 Special Officer for the Legislative Council and Elections Office. He was granted the respect of Wunna Kyawhtin for recognized administration by the legislature.

In the vicinity of 1950 and 1952, Zawgyi went as a feature of a designation to Indonesia, Britain, United States, Mexico and Canada. From 1951 to 1957 he was Director of the Textbooks Committee at the Ministry of Education. In 1955 Zawgyi won the Sarpay Beikman "assortment in writing" (sa padetha) prize for Thakin Kodaw Hmaing htika. He then progressed toward becoming Chairman of the Burma History Commission in 1959.

The year 1961 considered him to be Emeritus Professor of Burmese at the University of Rangoon and was granted the respect of Thiri Pyanchi by the administration. He was likewise President of the Technical Terms Committee and the National Literary Awards Selection Committee. He resigned as Librarian of the Universities Central Library in 1967. He was then delegated First Special Officer for Education, President of the Burma Research Society and Adviser for the Burma History Commission.

In 1976 he went by India with Khin Zaw (the writer and interpreter K) where he read a paper on the Ramayana. In 1979 Zawgyi won the National Literary Award for "Nin-la-hè chit dukkha (Damn You, Broken Heart) and Other Short Stories", and in 1987, another for "Old Bagan and Other Poems".

At the point when Zawgyi kicked the bucket at 83 years old, on 26 September 1990, he cleared out spouse Saw Yin and their three little girls, Dr. Khin Myo Han, Dr. Khin Hla Han and Dr. Khin Ohn Han. His family, understudies and partners made the "Zawgyi prize" and "Ganda Lawka Thingaha prize" for extraordinary recognition understudies in Library and Information Studies and Masters understudies in Burmese.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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