Halin Archaeological Museum

Halin Archaeological Museum

Halin Archaeological Museum ေရွးေဟာင္းသုေတသနျပတုိက္၊ ဟန္လင္း

Halin Archaeological Museum
ေရွးေဟာင္းသုေတသနျပတုိက္၊ ဟန္လင္း

Halin (95’ 49.7” E 22’ 28.2” N), 540 hectares, lies 13 kilometers southeast of the modern town of Shwebo within the 1,00 kilometer square basin of the Mu River Valley. The walled site is located between the Ayeyarwaddy and Mu Rivers with its moats and canals aligned with the prevailing land slope from northeast to southwest. There is a depression to the south now occupied by the Halin in of lake. Rice yields were probably augmented by irrigation waters from the Nagayon tank which lies to the southeast of the city. To the south of Halin is hot springs associated with rich salt fields, while to the northeast there is access to the largest silver mine in the region. The palace is located near the middle of the site. It locates in the watershed between the Mu and Ayeyarwaddy Rivers, 18 kilometers southeast of Shwebo and 24 kilometers east of the present course of the Mu River.

Sri Ksetra Archaeological Museum

Sri Ksetra archaeological site museum located at Hmawza village, Pyay Township in westren part of Bago Division. Area of Museum in set up (4.628 acre). Museum has three exhibition halls. It was opened in 1961-1962 and extension halls were opened for public in 1982-1983 and 2001-2002. There are displaying in total 218 artifacts. In storage-room, there were deposited ner 400.

Sri Ksetra Museum, Hmaw Zar Village, Pyay District

Sri Ksetra Museum, Hmaw Zar Village, Pyay District

In Sriksetra Archaeological Museum, there rarely collecting the various objects, such as, stone burial urns with pyu inscription, stone relics chamber, tayerdevi figure, Bodhisattra relief, Orge handling with stick, Pyu Buddha images, Vishnu and Lakshmi stone relief, iron nail, iron post, pyu inscrption, brick of pyu symbol, terracotta votive tablets, buddha images, stone sculpture of dvaraphala and others objects, and displaying respectively. Among the three exhibition halls, there are divided into twenty-one show rooms. Three are nearly displaying 50 objects.