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This path involves the observance of the Five Precepts and accumulation of good merit through charity and good deeds (dana) to obtain a favourable rebirth.The vipassana path, which has gained ground since the early 1900s, is a form of insight meditation believed to lead to enlightenment.The weizza path is an esoteric system of occult practices (such as recitation of spells, samatha and alchemy) believed to lead to life as a weizza (also spelt weikza), a semi-immortal and supernatural being who awaits the appearance of the future Buddha, Maitreya (Arimeitaya).The Sāsana Vaṃsa (Burmese Thathana Win), written by Pinyasami in 1834, summarises much of the history of Buddhism in Myanmar.He was converted by a Mon bhikkhu, Shin Arahan, to Theravada Buddhism.Shin Arahan's advice led to acquiring thirty sets of Pali scriptures from the Mon king Manuhal by force.

From the 11th to 13th centuries, the Bamar kings and queens of the Pagan Kingdom built countless stupas and temples.Thihathu, a Shan king, established rule in Bagan by patronising and building many monasteries and pagodas.The Mon kingdoms, often ruled by Shan chieftains, fostered Theravada Buddhism in the 14th century.Adherents are most likely found among the dominant Bamar people, Shan, Rakhine, Mon, Karen, Zo, and Chinese who are well integrated into Burmese society.Monks, collectively known as the sangha, are venerated members of Burmese society.

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