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Anauk Mibaya

Anauk Mibaya Nat

Anauk Mibaya (Burmese: အနောက်မိဘုရား ; lit. Western Queen) is one of 37 nats in the official Burmese pantheon of nats. She was Queen Shin Mi-Nauk, consort of King Minkhaung I and mother of Crown Prince Minyekyawswa and King Thihathu of Ava. Her son Thihathu also entered the pantheon as Aung Pinle Hsinbyushin.

She allegedly died of a heart attack after being startled by seeing Min Kyawzwa (U Min Gyaw) on a magic stallion in a cotton field. She is portrayed with a headdress sitting on a lotus and nursing her baby.[1]


  1. ^ Hla Thamein. "Thirty-Seven Nats". Yangonow. Archived from the original on 29 July 2010. Retrieved 2010-08-28. 
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