Thai Mythology

The colorful Gods of Thailand


Thai Demon

Also known as Supanmatcha, Suphanamatcha, Suphannamatcha, Suvannamaccha, Suvarna-Maccha, สุพรรณมัจฉา

The Golden Fish Goddess

She is the mermaid daughter of demon-in-chief Thotsakan. This makes her a demon princess. Disney never makes movies about evil mermaids, does it?

Anyway, she started off as an evil princess who tried to foil the plans of her father’s enemy, the monkey hero Hanuman. But she fell madly in love with him instead. Oops.

After a bit of romantic fighting and some lovey-dovey banter, he discovered he quite liked her too. In the end they declared a truce and made passionate monkey/fish love at the bottom of the sea.

“Well, I’ve got a war to go back to,” said Hanuman afterwards, echoing the words of a million soldiers after a night of passion. They parted as friends and it was only several months later that Suvannamaccha discovered she was pregnant with Matchanu...

Suvannamaccha Facts and Figures

Name: Suvannamaccha
Pronunciation: Coming soon
Alternative names: Supanmatcha, Suphanamatcha, Suphannamatcha, Suvannamaccha, Suvarna-Maccha, สุพรรณมัจฉา

Gender: Male
Type: Demon
Area or people: Thailand
Celebration or Feast Day: Unknown at present

Role: Unknown at present

Good/Evil Rating: NEUTRAL, may not care
Popularity index: 5259

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Article last revised on May 05, 2019 by the Godchecker data dwarves.
Editors: Peter J. Allen, Chas Saunders

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