The Thai rice goddess. She is portrayed with ears of rice, sometimes in combination with a kwak gesture (Thai กวัก). The prefix mae (Thai แม่, "mother") is often added to her name, i.e. mae Pō-sop, "mother Pō-sop."
- Hanks, Jane Richardson. (1963). Maternity and its Rituals in Bang Chan. Ithaca: Department of Asian Studies, Cornell University, p. 76.