Nuwa the Mother Goddess was a female creation deity of the Pao-hsi People.

She was often depicted by her worshippers, the Pao-hsi, as a dark-purple female Pao-hsi with wide hips, a bulging stomach, and an egg clasped in her claws. She was often depicted surrounded by many lustful mates and suitors.

Her brother was Fuxhil, God of Desolation and dragons.

Her central place of worship was the city Nuwat-Tei.