The Gods of Southeast Asian Mythology
The most popular Southeast Asian gods
- 1st: Matchanu
- 2nd: Antaboga
- 3rd: Ananta Thewi
- 4th: Dewi Sri
- 5th: Phra Sao
- 6th: Phra Ram
- 7th: Kala Acana
- 8th: Phra Angkarn
- 9th: Batara Kala
- 10th: Batara Guru
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We have a lot of trouble with geography at the best of times, but when it becomes entwined with Godography we are stretched to the limits and beyond.
So where does Southeast Asian Mythology start or finish? As far as we can see, from a massive flurry of maps taking up all the floor space in the offices of our Underworld HQ, it covers Sumatra, Java, South and East Borneo, Celebes, Bali and Malaya.
As this begins to overlap Indo-China and is all still South East Asia we have added Burma, Thailand and regions including Cambodia and Vietnam. With some splendid Thai goodies and extra Buddhist bonus deities this all adds a lot of spiritual value.
Introduction to Southeast Asian Mythology.
Use our Godbrowser™ to explore the Gods of Southeast Asian Mythology.
View the Southeast Asian pantheons. Family trees coming soon!
Consult Godchecker’s complete alphabetical list of Southeast Asian god and goddess names.
REGIONS COVERED: Sumatra, Java, South and East Borneo, Celebes, Bali, Malaya, Burma, Thailand and regions including Cambodia and Vietnam.
Many Gods are spread across different regions, cultures and tribes. We’ve tried to pin them down to a particular area if possible. But corrections are always welcome, especially from people with first-hand knowledge. So if you know the region and would like to comment, we’d love to hear from you. Contact us here.
TRIBES, CULTURES AND PEOPLES COVERED: Stay tuned.