Thumleima facts for kids
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|Other names||Thumkhong Lairembi|
|Affiliation||Sanamahism (Meitei religion)|
|Siblings||Phouleima, Ngaleima and Ireima|
"Thumleima" (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 salt and the natural salt brines in Manipuri mythology and religion. She is a sister of goddesses, Phouleima, Ngaleima and Ereima. She is worshipped by the people for the prosperity of salt, which is a main composition of diet for the mankind.
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 movie was released, based on the story of goddess Thumleima and her sister Phouoibi.
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