Kaba Ma Kyei

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Kaba Ma Kyei (Until the End of the World) was adopted as the Burmese national anthem in 1947, after independence, and was maintained by the military government as anthem after they took power in 1962, and also after the name of the state was changed from Burma to Myanmar in 1989.


Burmese (MLC Transcription):

ta.ra: hmya. ta. lwat lap hkrang: nai. ma. swi
tui. prany tui. mre
mya: lu hkap sim: ngim: hkram: se hpo.
cit tu nyi hmya. wada. hpyu sang dai. prany
tui. prany tui. mre
prany htaung cu. a mwi a.mrai: tany tam. se
a.dhi.hta:n pru. pe htin: sim: sui. le
kam.bha ma.kye / mran.ma prany /
tui. bhui: bwa: a.mwe cac mui. hkyac mrat nui: pe //
prany htaung su. kui a.sak pe: lui. tui. ka kwai ma.le /
da tui. prany da tui. mre to. puing nak mre //
tui. prany tui. mre a.kyui: kui nyi nya cwa tui. ta.twe
htam: hsaung pa sui. le to. ta wan pe a. hpui: tan mre //


Until the world ends up shattering, long live Burma!
We love our land because this is our real inheritance.
We will sacrifice our lives to protect our country.
This is our nation, this is our land and it belongs to us.
Being our nation and our land, let us do good causes to our nation in unity!
And, this is our very duty to our invaluable land.


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Adopted: 1947

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