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Nyaunggyin Nat

Nyaunggyin (Burmese: ညောင်ချင်း ) is one of the 37 nats in the Burmese pantheon of nats. He was a descendant of the captive King Manuha of Thaton. He died of leprosy during the reign of King Anawrahta of Pagan. He is portrayed standing on a pedestal with a topknot, his left hand raised and holding a staff in his right.[1][2]


  1. ^ DeCaroli, Robert (2004). Haunting the Buddha: Indian Popular Religions and the Formation of Buddhism.  
  2. ^ Hla Thamein. "Thirty-Seven Nats". Yangonow. Retrieved 2010-09-23. 
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