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"Ngaleima" (Lua error in Module:Unicode_data at line 15: attempt to call field 'length' (a nil value).) or "Ngareima" (Lua error in Module:Unicode_data at line 15: attempt to call field 'length' (a nil value).) is the goddess and the female personification of the fish and the aquatic life in Meitei mythology and religion. According to ancient legend, she is one of the children of the king of gods. She is a sister of goddesses, Phouoibi, Thumleima and Ereima.
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In popular culture
- "Phouoibi, the rice goddess", a bailad opera, was performed by the Laihui Ensemble in 2009, based on the mythical saga of the goddess and her sisters.
- "Phouoibi Shayon", a 2017 mythology based Manipuri language feature film was released, based on the story of goddess Ngaleima and her sister Phouoibi.
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