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Traditional Myanmar Parasol
Traditional Myanmar Parasol

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Traditional Myanmar Parasol
Description: Red Parasol - Burmese umbrellas or parasols Traditional hand-made parasols are still much used by a Buddhist monks and nuns.

The Myanmar traditional parasol is mostly a bamboo and oiled close affair. The Tin-wah is favorite bamboo, out of which 18" - 20" strips are made. The bamboo is soak for some time in foul water, to prevent it from the danger of insects later. The head and sliding hub of the parasol are made of teak, manufactured by using turning lathe.
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Date: 11.10.2013 07:45
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