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Shingwa Nat

Shingwa (Burmese: ရှင်ကွ, pronounced: ; lit. Lady Bany Legs) is one of 37 nats in the official Burmese pantheon of nats. She was the sister of Mandalay Bodaw, and killed together with her brother for hiding the brothers Shwe Hpyin Nyidaw and Shwe Hpyin Naungdaw.[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 2006-07-03. 
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