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Preserving Myanmar culture, values of national costume appreciated

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Myanmar has its own cultural identity. Myanmar’s people have preserved their cultural well-being with the rapidly changing world and cultural diffusion.
Most Myanmar festivals held over twelve months are highly correlated with culture. The majority of Myanmar’s population are believed in Buddhism, which is predominantly Theravada tradition. According to Buddhist teaching, human beings must acknowledge right and wrong. Buddhism teaches moral ethics and heavily reflects the living styles and culture of Myanmar people.
Myanmar’s traditional outfits and dressing styles are beautiful, auspicious, admirable, simple and elegant. They can give peace of mind to the eyes of the beholder. Myanmar’s major ethnic groups Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Mon, Bamar, Rakhine and Shan have their own cultural identities. Their traditional costumes will give you an awe-inspiring impression of their cultural values.
Of them, Myanmar girls proudly wear traditional attire (Yinphone and Htamain) during the festivals, donations, philanthropic and religious events.
Buddhism beliefs are heavily related to Myanmar girls’ dressing styles and culture. Myanmar girls wearing Yinphone blouses and Htamain (sarong) to preserve the tradition and cultural heritage are young women’s perceptions and traditional ideals in the country. Foreigners can recognize a Myanmar girl by looking at her attire.
The majority of Myanmar girls look shy and dignified. They are good-natured, quiet and peaceful.
Artists are suggested to portray the beauty of Myanmar women and their dressing styles without losing their cultural grip from the rural area to urban cities. Traditional attire looks more satisfying with simple and elegant features. The outfits are not too sophisticated and revealing, yet the chic outfit ideas are seen. It’s written to promote own identity and preserve the cultural heritage and value of Myanmar women’s traditional costumes. – Zeyar Htet (Minbu)/GNLM

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