The Tribes of Burma/Bibliographical notes/Riangs

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THE RIANGS.[edit]

Serial
No.
Head. Brief description. Authority. Page.
1 2 3 4 5
1 Present habitat. North-east of Southern Shan States. Upper Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I, Part I. 519
2 Political and social divisions. Three divisions : Yang-lam, Yanghsek, Yang-wankun. Upper Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I, Part I.
A. R. Colquhoun, Amongst the Shans, London, 1885
519
72
3 Allied tribes Was and Palaungs ... Upper Burma Gazetteer, Vol I, Parti. 519
4 Language and dialects. Vocabularies Language assigned to Wa-Palaung group of Mon-Annam sub-family of Indo-Chinese language family.[1] Upper Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I, Part I.
Burma Census Report, 1901, Part I.
626—645 94
5 Religion Buddhism, combined with nat worship. Upper Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I, Part I. 520
6 Clothing Men — dress as Shans, Women — Yanglam, dark jacket and skirt Yangwankun, dark jacket and skirt, flounced ; Yanghsek, thindaing or smock. Upper Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I, Part I.
"Burma." Sir G. Scott, London, 1906.
A. R. Colquhoun, Amongst the Shans, London, 1885.
520
139
72
7 Personal ornaments. Beads on jackets, waist rings, garter rings. Upper Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I, Part I. 520
8 Games and amusements. Dancing ... ... Upper Burma Gazetteer, Vol. L Part I.
"Burma," Sir G. Scott, London, 1906.
520
140
9 Agriculture ... Cotton and upland rice, sometimes lowland rice. Upper Burma Gazetteer, vol. I, Part I. 520
10 Music and poetry. Reed pipes (lwi) ... Upper Burma Gazetteer, Vol. I, Part I. 520
  1. Nowishown (vide Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume I. page 390) as belonging to the Mon Khmer family.