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Gurumāpā (Nepal Bhasa:𑐐𑐸𑐬𑐸𑐩𑐵𑐥𑐵‎) (Devanagari:गुरुमापा) is a mythical creature in the folklore of Nepal Mandala. According to legend, he is said to take away disobedient children, and so was banished to a field in Kathmandu. The story of Gurumapa is one of the most well known folk tales in Newar society. He is depicted as a giant with a terrifying face and protruding fangs.

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  • Gurumāpā (Nepal Bhasa:𑐐𑐸𑐬𑐸𑐩𑐵𑐥𑐵‎) (Devanagari:गुरुमापा) is a mythical creature in the folklore of Nepal Mandala. According to legend, he is said to take away disobedient children, and so was banished to a field in Kathmandu. The story of Gurumapa is one of the most well known folk tales in Newar society. He is depicted as a giant with a terrifying face and protruding fangs. (en)
  • Gurumāpā (en devanagari: गुरुमापा) Es una criatura mítica del folclore de Nepal Mandala. Según la leyenda, se dice que la criatura se llevaba a los niños desobedientes, y por ello, fue expulsado hacia un campo en Katmandú.​​ La historia de Gurumapa es uno de los cuentos populares más conocidos de la sociedad newa. El ser es descrito como un gigante, cuyo rostro es aterrador y con sobresalientes colmillos. (es)
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  • Gurumāpā (Nepal Bhasa:𑐐𑐸𑐬𑐸𑐩𑐵𑐥𑐵‎) (Devanagari:गुरुमापा) is a mythical creature in the folklore of Nepal Mandala. According to legend, he is said to take away disobedient children, and so was banished to a field in Kathmandu. The story of Gurumapa is one of the most well known folk tales in Newar society. He is depicted as a giant with a terrifying face and protruding fangs. (en)
  • Gurumāpā (en devanagari: गुरुमापा) Es una criatura mítica del folclore de Nepal Mandala. Según la leyenda, se dice que la criatura se llevaba a los niños desobedientes, y por ello, fue expulsado hacia un campo en Katmandú.​​ La historia de Gurumapa es uno de los cuentos populares más conocidos de la sociedad newa. El ser es descrito como un gigante, cuyo rostro es aterrador y con sobresalientes colmillos. (es)
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