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Hearing the prayers of pilgrims, a deity has descended─albeit a false one from the Tower of Zot. This pretender to the name of Daivadipa must be consigned to the aether whence it came.

— In-game description

Daivadipa is a Primal found in Thavnair.


Name Type Item Level Rarity Quantity
Daivadipas bead icon1.png  Daivadipa's Bead Other N/A ABasic 6


Zone Coordinates Level range
Thavnair (X:9.3, Y:37.5) 90


Additional Information

See also: Devout Pilgrims vs. Daivadipa


Seeking the wisdom of man, this bestial god exchanged one of his three snakelike heads with a Manusya's─or so the original legend goes. As the only Daivadipa manifestation known to living memory was encountered near the Tower of Zot, it is likely that it─much like the recently sighted Magus Sisters─was merely a primal of the malevolent tower's making rather than the true Mrga.

Daivadipa Card description

One of the Mrga traditionally worshipped in Thavnair. In the old tongue of the Arkasodara, his name means "heavenly light" or simply "eye"—a reference to his ability to discern good and evil.

Encyclopædia Eorzea Volume III, p. 71

Origin Myth

Due to both volume and regional variation, it can be difficult to convey an accurate picture of Thavnairian mythology. Those who would attempt it, however, might begin with the marid-like Mrga known as Abbra. Legends say that long ago, he reached into Ksiroda and drew forth a great trunkful of white clay from the riverbed. He worked the soft material, pinching and molding until the form did please his eye—and lo, the first of the Matanga was born. Another tale tells of Abbra pitting his strength against that of Daivadipa in a titanic struggle, which ended with the serpent-commanding deity's defeat and pledge to serve. As for the Manusya, the Magus Sisters—Cinduruva, Sanduruva, and Minduruva—hold similar positions of prominence in the lore. Once upon a time, three wise Manusya were as enemies to the Mrga, covetous of the other's virtues. Their conflict came to an end when they resolved to trade beads, and harmony has reigned ever since, with the remade gods possessing both wisdom and might.

Encyclopædia Eorzea Volume III, p. 71