Synonyms for hsahtung or Related words with hsahtung

hsiwan              seakan              lurrkun              ulstai              hlave              gubang              gonewai              metsadzor              khambani              pattallassang              ogotun              daedeoksan              mrgastan              varaki              neicuo              satunggal              kandalos              hamtran              jwaji              tsaghkashen              ruhanga              siddhaur              kyawkku              dhareja              bhru              marrma              kbachkun              mukrampur              lanjaghbyur              laitui              chkalovka              erkh              pharro              jrashen              negdsen              paluru              mezukenos              enhjin              shangtian              dessas              masamaro              boraan              nakorovou              perisytiharan              ngente              aygehovit              koyava              sadunts              kujarra              koitina             



Examples of "hsahtung"
Hsatung (also known as Hsahtung or Thaton) was a Shan state in what is today Burma.
, Hopong (Hopon), Hsahtung (Thaton), Hsamönghkam (Thamaingkan), Hsawnghsup (Thaungdut), Hsihkip (Thigyit), Hsumhsai (Hsum Hsai), Kehsi Mangam (Kyithi Bansan), Kengcheng (Kyaingchaing), Kenghkam (Kyaingkan), Kenglön (Kyainglon), Kengtawng, Kengtung (Kyaington), Kokang (Kho Kan), Kyawkku Hsiwan (Kyaukku), Kyong (Kyon), Laihka (Legya), Lawksawk (Yatsauk), Loi-ai (Lwe-e), Loilong (Lwelong), Loimaw (Lwemaw), Nyaung Shwe and many more.
Relations later improved between the hills peoples and the AFPFL through contacts such as the Sama "Duwa" Sinwa Nawng, a Buddhist Kachin whose father was killed in the fight against British annexation at the turn of the century, and who himself raised Kachin levies and fought with the Burma National Army (BNA) in the Second World War, also the Chin leader Vamthu Mawng, and the Sawbwa of the Pa-O substate of Hsihseng (Hsahtung or Thaton) Sao Khun Kyi. In November 1946, a Supreme Council of the United Hills Peoples was formed at the instigation of the AFPFL, and Sao Shwe Thaik was elected as president.