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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 POSTAGE STAMP (1) (2) and LIST OF RAMAKIEN CHARACTERS.