Sorry no translation, and it's PG13. But, I hope you get the meaning of the song by watching this video. Or not? Pls leave it in your comment! =D
I made this sorta MTV thinking that me singing the whole song is getting to the point boring you guys. So, I put myself at the very last clip for just a few seconds. xoxo
The original singer of this song is Mi Mi Win Pe (Me Me Win Pe). She is one of my favorite Burmese vocalists.
Hope you enjoy it...and please leave a comment, rate, share or spam..
Rain and Shin Minah kissing scene
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University education is regarded as the most desirable choice for every high school graduate in Burma. Going to college means an absolute freedom and much fun. University life is more than the study: combination of romance and art creates love stories with a touch of emotion, mystery and unexpected endings on the campus. So, there are many songs associated with university life and love stories.
Unfortunately, my generation missed out on those happier time....
I tried to translate this song into English..but it's a rough translation..It sounds corny but yeah.. most Burmese songs are ... hahaha..
Sein Lwin/ Aung Yin Cover
Three explosions at a water festival in Yangon, the former capital of Myanmar, killed at least eight people and injured more than 90 on Thursday in what state television described as the work of terrorists.
The government broadcast did not cite any particular group, and no one immediately claimed responsibility.
This hotel is located only a few minutes from the lively centre of Yangon, the capital of Myanmar, the economic and trading centre of the country. A colourful cityscape attracts visitors with fascinating buildings in colonial style in addition to tourist sights. Fascinating monuments and Buddhist temple, such as the Sule pagoda are interesting sightseeing destinations. Yangon airport provides good international connections and is about a 30-minute drive away.
The hotel is constructed in a modern architectural style and offers a total of 403 rooms. The hotel is fully air-conditioned and welcomes its guests in a spacious lobby, which includes lifts. The reception desk is open around the clock, there are safes where visitors may deposit valuables for the duration of their stay, and a currency exchange facility is also available. Further facilities include a restaurant (with highchairs for children), several bars and a café where guests may relax with various treats. Further facilities include a selection of shops and a hairdresser. Various rooms for conference are available to guests, while all visitors may take advantage of the room and laundry services as well as a public Internet connection with W-LAN access and a medical assistance as necessary. Those arriving by car may make use of the parking facilities.
The well-maintained rooms afford modern comforts and ideally suit guests' needs. All come with an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer, and a direct dial telephone. Further fittings include satellite/ cable TV, a minibar, and carpeting. A hire safe for securely storing valuables is also present in every room.
In the spacious hotel grounds there is a swimming pool, which provides a relaxing alternative to a visit to the town. The pool area is surrounded by a large sun terrace and has many sun loungers and parasols laid out ready for use. Furthermore, those who do not feel like swimming or sunbathing are welcome at the poolside snack bar or can treat themselves to a relaxing and extensive massage.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner may be selected from the buffet.
Nice song of Krishnam raju and Jayaprada.
Song from movie Patanga (1949) a love story, starring Nigar Sultana, Shyam, Gopi Krishna, Poornima, Shyama, Rajendra Nath.
Director: Harnam Singh Rawail, Music: C. Ramchandra
Singer: Shamshad Begum, C. Ramchandra
In support of the current protests in Burma, the is an excerpt from an interview I shot in Rangoon in 1999. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the Nobel Peace Prize Winner currently under house arrest, and leader of the nonviolent movement for human rights and democracy in Burma speaks on the non-violent approach.
Full interview (33 mins) available to Free Burma organizations.
Thousands turn out to support Rangoon protests
Sep 19, 2007 (DVB)—Thousands of people took to the streets in Rangoon today to support monks protesting against the Burmese government.
More than 1000 monks braved rain in the former capital today to stage another protest against government harassment around the famous Sule Pagoda, where several monks gave political speeches, slamming the military's use of violence against peaceful protests.
Huge crowds of civilians gathered in the streets to watch the monks protest. Some reports from Rangoon claimed that almost 10,000 people had turned out to watch the demonstrations.
Today's protest was started by about 500 monks who marched past Shwedagon pagoda before being joined by hundreds more monks at Tamwe roundabout. They then marched down Bogyoke road to Sule junction while chanting metta, eyewitnesses said.
"The authorities shut down the gates to Sule Pagoda and initially refused to let the monks in. But after the monks demanded access, the officials finally gave in," one eyewitness told DVB.
"They closed the gates after the monks came in and they argued again and the monks had the gates reopened. Then the bystanders came into the pagoda," the eyewitness said.
The monks reportedly stayed at the pagoda for about 30 minutes before returning to their monasteries. During their march through town the monks were followed by more than 20 police vehicles and large groups of officials. There were no reports of government interference in the demonstration.
Groups of monks also protested in a number of other cities around Burma today with more than 1000 marching in Mandalay, 500 in Prome and 150 in Kalay township, Sagaing division.
Reporting by Aye Naing(www.dvb.no)
Heer Ranjha is one of the greatest ever Pakistani Punjabi romantic movie. Based on the classic love story of "Heer Waris Shah", written by poet and saint Waris Shah (1722-98).
This memorable film was released on June 19, 1970. Pakistan Film Magazine on mazhar.dk presents it on the occasion of 60 years of Pakistani films 1948-2008.
Read more on http://mazhar.dk/film/
Song: Heer Waris Shah
Singers: Ghulam Ali & Madam Noor Jehan
Song: Tu chor main teri chori Balocha hania..
Singer: Irene Perveen
Music: Khawaja Khursheed Anwar
Film: Heer Ranjha (Punjabi - 1970)
Director: Masood Pervez
Producers: Ejaz & Masood Pervez
Screenplay & lyrics: Ahmad Rahi
Actors: Firdous, Ejaz, Zamurrad, Munawar Zarif, Salma Mumtaz, Najmul Hassan, Farhi, Rangeela, Zulfi, Gul Zaman, Tani, Seema, Niggo, Shakeel, Rangoon Wala, Ilyas Kashmiri, Aqeel & Ajmal in the role of Kaido
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Visite de / Besuch von / Visita de / Chiamata di / 訪問の / 방문의 / 访问 / زياره Rangoon/Yangon/Rangun pagodes/pagodas (Burma/Birmanie)
Yangon population 4,082,000 (2005 census), formerly Rangoon, is the largest city of Myanmar (formerly Burma) and its former capital. The city is located at the convergence of the Yangon and Bago Rivers, and is about 30 km (19 mi) away from the Gulf of Martaban. Yangon is located at 16°48' North, 96°09' East (16.8, 96.15) (wikipedia).
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These images were shot during my first trip to Burma in february 2009. It mainly features places in Rangoon, Mandalay and Bagan. One can also have a glimpse on the red ruby mines in the Mogok region... Though Burma is still a military dictatorship, it is to me a 'must see' in south east asian countries. The difficult access and the lack of comfort during such a trip is easily forgotten when one encounters with Burmese people, who are among the kindest, and most welcoming, I've ever come to meet through all of my journeys around the world. The edges of hard lives can be seen through their eyes, but their attitude always remain cheerful, open and happy with life and new encounters with foreigners. Let us hope that, in the near future, the dictatorship falls, for Myanmar as a huge touristic potential and its people are more than willing to open to the outside world. Lets us also remember that, to this day, political leader and acclaimed Nobel prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is still placed under house arrest in her Rangoon home by the junta... A.G. March 28th 2009
This song was outstandingly sung at the event of Lai Hla Live Show in Rangoon by the one and only Mai Dawt Hlei Hniang.