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Sutingphaa (Assamese: স্বৰ্গদেউ চুটিংফা ) (1644–1648) was a king of the Ahom kingdom. He was sickly and had scoliosis, and thus was also known as noriya roja and kekura roja. He was often unable to attend to public duties and had to be carried in a palanquin.
Sutingphaa became the king after his brother, the erstwhile king, was deposed. He got in palace intrigues and was eventually deposed himself, by his son Sutamla and killed.
- Gait, Edward A (1906), A History of Assam, Calcutta
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