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[The thirty-seven nats] 1. Thagyá nat. 2. Mahágirí nat.

Image ID: 75351

[The thirty-seven nats] 1. Thagyá nat. 2. Mahágirí nat. (1906)


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Image Title

:  [The thirty-seven nats] 1. Thagyá nat. 2. Mahágirí nat.

Additional Name(s)

: Griggs, William, 1832-1911 -- Printer Of plates
Temple, Richard Carnac, Sir, 1850-1931 -- Writer of accompanying material

Medium

: chromolithograph

Item Physical Description

: Two images on one 37.5 x 26.5 cm page. (Coloured)

Item/Page/Plate

: [1] opp.p. I

Notes

: No. 1. [Thagyá nat] No. 2. Mahágirí nat. One Nga Tindaw, a blacksmith of Yetaung on the Irrawaddy, not far north of Prome, had a son named Nga Tindè and two daughters named Mà Sawmè and Mà Dwé-hlá. Nga Tindè was a man of great strength, said in the Annals of Tagaung to be able to wield a hammer weighing 60 viss (210 lbs.). The noise of his anvil was heard in the king's palace, and the king ordered the valiant blacksmith to be brought befor ....
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Source

: The thirty-seven nats, a phase of spirit-worship prevailing in Burma, by Sir R. C. Temple. With full-page and other illustrations.

Source Description

: vi, 71 p. illus. (part col.) plates (part col.) 2 maps. 38 cm

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Asian and Middle Eastern Division

Catalog Call Number

: *OY++ (Temple, R.C. Thirty-seven nats) (Locked Cage)

Digital ID

: 75351

Record ID

: 131148

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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