Philippine (Tagalog ): Hangin God of the wind and son of Bathala. He enjoys close ties with his brother Kidlat, joining his brother’s activities with Anitun Tabu. He also has good relations with the primordial deity Amihan, who serves as a mentor. He does not have much of a following as Anitun Tabu, goddess of wind and rain, who is more worshiped in precolonial times. In Kapampangan mythology, he is known as Angin. The Tagalog Hangin was noted for his strict obedience to Bathala. His emblem is a small common bird, similar to Amihan’s emblem.
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