An Andamese god who is "like fire" but invisible, unborn and immortal. He punishes murder, adultery, and theft, but also rewards when appropriate. Puluga is the creator of men, but how he made them is not given. The men tried to kill him after the deluge, but failed. His wife is an eel or a shrimp.
- Bonnerjea, Biren. (1920). A Dictionary of Superstitions and Mythology. Thomson Gale.
- Lang, Andrew. (1901). Myth, Ritual, and Religion. Vol. 1.