Saw Htut (Burmese: စောထွတ်, pronounced [sɔ́ tʰʊʔ]) was the chief consort of Sithu of Pinya from 1340 to 1344. Her husband is not mentioned in any of the royal chronicles. He only appears in a Pinya era inscription as "King" Myinsaing Sithu. Sithu, who according to the inscription succeeded Uzana I, may have been a regent for his nephew and son-in-law Kyawswa I of Pinya. Their elder daughter Saw Gyi was married to Kyawswa I.
|Saw Htut |
|Chief queen consort of Pinya|
|Tenure||1 September 1340 – 29 March 1344|
|Predecessor||Atula Maha Dhamma Dewi|
|Successor||Atula Sanda Dewi|
|Vicereine of Myinsaing|
|Tenure||after 13 April 1310 – 1 September 1340|
|Predecessor||Saw U of Myinsaing|
|Spouse||Sithu of Pinya|
|Issue||Saw Gyi |
- Than Tun 1959: 124
- Than Tun (December 1959). "History of Burma: A.D. 1300–1400". Journal of Burma Research Society. XLII (II).