Titha Jumma

Titha Jumma In Burmese mythology, a disciple of the Buddha. Titha Jumma and his brother Zaya Kumma were hatched from eggs left by a dragon woman. They were brought up by two hermit brothers. Titha Jumma died when he was 10 but was reborn when the Buddha appeared in his country, and he became a disciple of the Buddha.

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Encyclopedia of World Mythology and Legend, Third Edition – Written by Anthony S. Mercatante & James R. Dow-Copyright © 2009 by Anthony S. Mercatante

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