|Regions with significant populations|
|Around Pindaya Caves, Shan State, Myanmar|
|Danu language, Burmese|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Bamar, Arakanese, Intha|
The Danu people (Burmese: ဓနု) are a government-recognized ethnic group in Myanmar, predominantly populating the areas near the Pindaya Caves in Shan State. They speak the Danu language.
The name Danu derives from the Pali term dhanu, which means "archer" or "bow." The term dhanu is a reference to the legend of Prince Kummabhaya, whose bow and arrow rescued seven princesses trapped in the caves by a giant spider.