Whonghee. Female slave attendants. Burma.

Whonghee. Myanmar historic clothing. Burma traditional costume. Female slave attendants.

A Whonghee or First Minister’s wife in her Hackery with female slave attendants.

A Whonghee

A Whonghee or First Minister’s wife in her Hackery with female slave attendants.

Source: Journal of a Residence in the Burmhan Empire, and more particularly at the Court of Amarapoorah. By Hiram Cox. London 1821.

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