- Min Kyawzwa
Min Kyawzwa (Burmese: မင်းကျော်စွာ, pronounced [mɪ́ɴ tɕɔ̀zwà]; also known as U Min Gyaw), is one of the 37 nats in the official pantheon of Burmese nats. He is a composite representation of multiple historical personalities. One version puts him as a son of King Theinhko of Pagan; he was murdered by his brother. Another version puts him as an adviser to King Alaungsithu of Pagan; he died an alcoholic. Another puts him as Crown Prince Minyekyawswa of Ava, who fell in action in the Forty Years' War. Yet another version puts him as a son of the Lord of Pyay and Kuni Devi. He reportedly was a "drunkard and cock fighter and also a good rider", killed by his victims turned devils.
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- ^ Hla Thamein. "Thirty-Seven Nats". Yangonow. http://www.yangonow.com/eng/culture/nat/37_nat.html. Retrieved 2010-09-23.
Official pantheonThagyamin (Śakra) · Mahagiri · Hnamadawgyi · Shwe Nabay (Naga Medaw) · Thonbanhla · Taungoo Mingaung · Mintara · Thandawgan · Shwe Nawrahta · Aungzwamagyi · Ngazishin · Aung Pinle Hsinbyushin · Taungmagyi (Shin Nyo) · Maungminshin (Shin Byu) · Shindaw · Nyaunggyin · Tabinshwehti · Minye Aungdin · Shwe Sitthin · Medaw Shwezaga · Maung Po Tu · Yun Bayin (Mekuti) · Maung Minbyu · Mandalay Bodaw · Shwe Hpyin Naungdaw · Shwe Hpyin Nyidaw · Mintha Maungshin · Htibyuhsaung · Htibyuhsaung Medaw · Pareinma Shin Mingaung · Min Sithu · Min Kyawzwa · Myaukhpet Shinma · Anauk Mibaya · Shingon · Shingwa · Shin Nemi (Ma Hnelay) Hindu nats Other nats
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