Lainingthou

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Lainingthou Nongshaba, the great divine dragon lion

Lainingthou (Meitei: ꯂꯥꯢꯅꯤꯡꯊꯧ, romanized: lāi-nīng-thaw, lit.'king of the gods'[1]) is a divine title often used by male deities in Meitei mythology and religion.[2][3] The term may also mean "Sovereign God".[4]

There are many gods who use this title.

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  1. Family in Manipur. Manipur Association for Science and Society & Imphal District Organizing Council, BJGVJ, MANAR, Manipur. 1994.
  2. Indian Anthropologist: Journal of the Indian Anthropological Association. Indian Anthropological Association. 2008.
  3. Doshi, Saryu (1989). Dances of Manipur: The Classical Tradition. Marg Publications. ISBN 978-81-85026-09-1.
  4. Parratt, Saroj Nalini (1997). The Pleasing of the Gods: Meitei Lai Haraoba. Vikas Publishing House. ISBN 978-81-259-0416-8.