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The People of Myanmar

All about Myanmar People

Population of Myanmar

The population of Myanmar is 53 millions; two-thirds of the people of Myanmar are Bamar. We descended of Tibeto-Burman and others are Kachin who live up northern, Kayan, kayah, Mon settle up southern and delta area, Rakhaing live at coastal line, Shan stay on the high land of Shan state Northeast of Myanmar. Chin dwell on the hill of northwestern. They are our mainly nationality people. All people have their own language and minorities with their own languages and cultures inhabit the country. Karen and the Shan, are 10 percent of the population. Kachin, Rakhine, Mon, Chin, and Kachin, as well as numerous even smaller minorities
There are also several smaller groups such as the Arakanese (Rakhine), Mon, Chin, and Kachin, as well as numerous even smaller minorities. The Karen are found primarily in delta villages and along the Thailand border, the Shan throughout the vast Shan Plateau, the Mon along the Tenasserim coast (this group is largely assimilated within the Burman majority), the Arakanese along the Arakan coast next to Bangladesh, the Chin on the western border with India, the Kachin on the northern border with China, and many of the smaller groups along the Chinese border intermingled with the Shan. Large Chinese and Indian minorities dominated the urban population during the British rule of Myanmar (1826-1948); however, many of the Chinese have since assimilated as Sino-Burmans and most of the Indians have emigrated, though many Indian dwell at Arakan coast.

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