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Sanamahism (ꯁꯅꯥꯃꯍꯤ ꯂꯥꯏꯅꯤꯡ), also known as Manipuri religion or Kanglei religion, is an animistic, ancestor-worshipping, shaman-led religious tradition found among the Meitei people in Manipur state of India. The term is derived from Sanamahi (lit. "Spreading like liquid everywhere"), the most important Meitei deities. The details of the identity of Lainingthou Sanamahi – sun, fire, or an aspect of Sidaba Mapu – along with other aspects of the Sanamahism beliefs, practices and the history, are unclear and disputed. Broadly, Sanamahism worship elements of nature, such as fire, water and mountains, with a notable temple and worship rituals at the Loi village of Andro, east of Imphal, according to Bertil Lintner. Along with Sanamahi, in the past, religious space within Meitei homes called Sana

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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, , 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 (ꯁꯅꯥꯃꯍꯤ ꯂꯥꯏꯅꯤꯡ), also known as Manipuri religion or Kanglei religion, is an animistic, ancestor-worshipping, shaman-led religious tradition found among the Meitei people in Manipur state of India. The term is derived from Sanamahi (lit. "Spreading like liquid everywhere"), the most important Meitei deities. The details of the identity of Lainingthou Sanamahi – sun, fire, or an aspect of Sidaba Mapu – along with other aspects of the Sanamahism beliefs, practices and the history, are unclear and disputed. Broadly, Sanamahism worship elements of nature, such as fire, water and mountains, with a notable temple and worship rituals at the Loi village of Andro, east of Imphal, according to Bertil Lintner. Along with Sanamahi, in the past, religious space within Meitei homes called Sana
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