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The Tai folk religion, or Satsana Phi (Lao: ສາສະໜາຜີ; Thai: ศาสนาผี, /sàːt.sa.nǎː.pʰǐː/, "religion of spirits"), or Ban Phi (in Ahom language) is a form of animist religious beliefs traditionally and historically practiced by groups of ethnic Tai peoples. Tai folk animist traditions are practiced by the Lao, Tai Ahom, Shan people, Dai people, Tai Khamti, Lao Isan and Thais of Thailand. These religions are animistic and polytheistic and their practice involves classes of shamans and ancestor worship.

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  • Agama rakyat Tai, yang dikenal di Laos dan Thailand sebagai Satsana Phi (bahasa Laos: ສາສະໜາຜີ; bahasa Thai: ศาสนาผี, /sàːt.sa.nǎː.pʰǐː/, "agama roh"), adalah salah satu bentuk kepercayaan agama animis yang secara tradisional dan historis dipraktikkan oleh kelompok-kelompok .
  • The Tai folk religion, or Satsana Phi (Lao: ສາສະໜາຜີ; Thai: ศาสนาผี, /sàːt.sa.nǎː.pʰǐː/, "religion of spirits"), or Ban Phi (in Ahom language) is a form of animist religious beliefs traditionally and historically practiced by groups of ethnic Tai peoples. Tai folk animist traditions are practiced by the Lao, Tai Ahom, Shan people, Dai people, Tai Khamti, Lao Isan and Thais of Thailand. These religions are animistic and polytheistic and their practice involves classes of shamans and ancestor worship.
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  • Agama rakyat Tai, yang dikenal di Laos dan Thailand sebagai Satsana Phi (bahasa Laos: ສາສະໜາຜີ; bahasa Thai: ศาสนาผี, /sàːt.sa.nǎː.pʰǐː/, "agama roh"), adalah salah satu bentuk kepercayaan agama animis yang secara tradisional dan historis dipraktikkan oleh kelompok-kelompok .
  • The Tai folk religion, or Satsana Phi (Lao: ສາສະໜາຜີ; Thai: ศาสนาผี, /sàːt.sa.nǎː.pʰǐː/, "religion of spirits"), or Ban Phi (in Ahom language) is a form of animist religious beliefs traditionally and historically practiced by groups of ethnic Tai peoples. Tai folk animist traditions are practiced by the Lao, Tai Ahom, Shan people, Dai people, Tai Khamti, Lao Isan and Thais of Thailand. These religions are animistic and polytheistic and their practice involves classes of shamans and ancestor worship. Among the Lao, the Lao Loum and Lao Lom are predominantly Buddhist, while the Lao Theung and Lao Sung are predominantly folk religious. Tai folk animist traditions have also been incorporated into Laotian Buddhism.
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