Pulang Gana

In Sarawak, the god of earth, soil, and all aspects of rice farming. His wife is Srintun Tanah Tumboh Yak Srindak Tanggi Buloh and his daughter is Benih Lela Punggang Tengian Dara Bintang Tiga Datai Ka Jelan.

Together with Raja Sua he created the heaven and earth. He is also the god of the land of the dead and he must be propitiated on the arrrival of a new corpse.



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