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  reusi

 

Thailand

Reusi is the Thai counterpart of the Indian rishi (fig.). He usually lives as an ascetic or hermit in a cave and is depicted wearing tiger fur and often with a long beard, which stands at the basis of the Thai name for Spanish Moss (fig.), i.e. nuad reusi.

See also POSTAGE STAMP (1) and (2), LIST OF RAMAKIEN CHARACTERS, and TRAVEL PICTURE.

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