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Sanamahism or Sanamahi Laining refers to the traditional Meitei beliefs and religion found in the northeastern Indian states near Myanmar. The term is derived from Sanamahi, one of the important Meitei deities. According to Bertil Lintner, Sanamahism is an "animistic, ancestor worshipping, shaman-led tradition". Sanamahism is practiced by the Meitei, Zeliangrong and other communities who inhabit Manipur, Assam, Tripura, Myanmar and Bangladesh, with small migrant populations in the United Kingdom, United States, and Canada.

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  • El sanamahismo es la religión de la veneración a Sanamahi, el aspecto creador de Sidaba Mapu, el dios de la trinidad de los meiteis. El sanamahismo es una de las sectas más antiguas del sureste de Asia. Ésta se originó en Manipur, India y es practicada principalmente por los Meeteis, Kabui, Zeliangrong y otras comunidades que habitan Manipur, Assam, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Birmania y Bangladés, con pequeñas poblaciones en el Reino Unido, Estados Unidos y Canadá.
  • Sanamahism or Sanamahi Laining refers to the traditional Meitei beliefs and religion found in the northeastern Indian states near Myanmar. The term is derived from Sanamahi, one of the important Meitei deities. According to Bertil Lintner, Sanamahism is an "animistic, ancestor worshipping, shaman-led tradition". Sanamahism is practiced by the Meitei, Zeliangrong and other communities who inhabit Manipur, Assam, Tripura, Myanmar and Bangladesh, with small migrant populations in the United Kingdom, United States, and Canada.
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  • El sanamahismo es la religión de la veneración a Sanamahi, el aspecto creador de Sidaba Mapu, el dios de la trinidad de los meiteis. El sanamahismo es una de las sectas más antiguas del sureste de Asia. Ésta se originó en Manipur, India y es practicada principalmente por los Meeteis, Kabui, Zeliangrong y otras comunidades que habitan Manipur, Assam, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Birmania y Bangladés, con pequeñas poblaciones en el Reino Unido, Estados Unidos y Canadá.
  • Sanamahism or Sanamahi Laining refers to the traditional Meitei beliefs and religion found in the northeastern Indian states near Myanmar. The term is derived from Sanamahi, one of the important Meitei deities. According to Bertil Lintner, Sanamahism is an "animistic, ancestor worshipping, shaman-led tradition". Sanamahism is practiced by the Meitei, Zeliangrong and other communities who inhabit Manipur, Assam, Tripura, Myanmar and Bangladesh, with small migrant populations in the United Kingdom, United States, and Canada.
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  • Ema Khunthok-haanbi, Guardian of Thangmeiband Area
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