Myazedi inscription

Mingalazedi-Bagan-Myanmar-02-gjeMyazedi inscription is also Yazakumar Inscription or the Gubyaukgyi Inscription), inscribed in 1113, is the oldest surviving stone inscription of the Burmese.

“Myazedi” means “jade stupa” (“zedi” being akin to the Pali “cetiya” and Thai “chedi”), and the name of the inscription comes from a pagoda located nearby.

The inscriptions were made in four languages: Burmese, Pyu, Mon, and Pali, which all tell the story of Prince Yazakumar and King Kyansittha.

The primary importance of the Myazedi inscription is that the inscriptions allowed for the deciphering of the written Pyu language.

Ref: Wikipedia