Mandalay Yadanabon Park opening ceremony, Myanmar Traditional Maha Thingyan Water Festival events to be broadcast live on MRTV

The opening ceremony of the Mandalay Yadanabon Park will be broadcast live on Myanma Radio and Television (MRTV-HD) starting from 7:45 am on 13 April, eve of Thingyan.
The 1383 ME Myanmar Traditional Maha Thingyan Festival celebrations across Myanmar, including the opening ceremonies of Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay mayors’ pandals, will be broadcast live on exclusive channels of Myanma Radio and Television.
On 13 April, the eve day of Thingyan, the Nay Pyi Taw Mayor Maha Thingyan pandals opening ceremony and performances will be broadcast on MRTV Farmer’s Channel at 4:30 pm. The Yangon Mayor Maha Thingyan pandals opening ceremony and performances will be broadcast on MRTV Sports Channel at 7:15 am. The Mandalay Mayor Maha Thingyan pandals opening ceremony and performances will be broadcast at 4 pm on MRTV Hluttaw Channel.
On 14 April, the first day of Thingyan, is called “Akya Ney”, and 15 April, the second day of Thingyan, “Akyat Ney” and the final day of Thingyan, “Atet Ney” on 16 April, respectively. Maha Thingyan Festival celebrations will be broadcast from 8 am to 12 pm and from 3 pm to 6 pm, and then 9:30 pm daily during the Thingyan Festival.—MRTV

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