SAGAING , a
See also:district and division of Upper
See also:Burma, lying to the south and west of
See also:Mandalay . The district has ass
See also:area of 1862 sq. m.; pop . (1901) 282,658, showing an increase of 15% in the
See also:decade . It occupies both
See also:banks of the
See also:Irrawaddy, at its confluence with the
See also:river Chindwin . The chief crops are sesamum,
See also:rice, peas, wheat and
See also:cotton . The
See also:total rainfall in 1905 was 34.76 in., taken at Sagaing . In the hot
See also:season the maximum shade temperature rises to a little over loci° F . The lowest readings in the
See also:cold season
See also:average about 56° F . Sagaing, the headquarters
See also:town, is opposite
See also:Ava, a few
See also:miles below Mandalay; pop . (1901) 9643, It was formerly a capital of Burma . It is the
See also:terminus of the railway to
See also:Myitkyina . A steam
See also:ferry connects with the
See also:line, and the steamers of the Irrawaddy Flotilla
See also:call daily .
The Sagaing division includes the four districts of Upper and
See also:Lower Chindwin,
See also:Shwebo and Sagaing; area, 29,566 sq. m.; pop . (1901) 1,000,483 .
SAGA (literally a story committed to writing)
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