Lam Lai

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Lam Lai
Presiding deities of villages and countrysides
Member of Meitei deities
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Other namesLam Konba Lai, Lam Konpa Lai
AffiliationMeitei religion (Sanamahism)
AbodesVillages and countrysides
RegionIndia (Manipur, Assam and Tripura), Bangladesh and Myanmar
Ethnic groupMeitei ethnicity
FestivalsEspecially Lai Haraoba
Consorts"Lam Leima"s

A "Lam Lai" (Meitei: ꯂꯝ ꯂꯥꯢ, romanized: lam-lai, lit.'regional god') refers to a presiding tutelary deity of a particular region, especially village, in Meitei religion and mythology.[1][2][3][4] The feminine form of the "Lam Lai" is "Lam Leima".[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 The Manipuri Lais
  2. Banerji, Projesh (1956). Dance of India. Kitabistan.
  3. Playne, Somerset (1917). Bengal and Assam, Behar and Orissa: Their History, People, Commerce, and Industrial Resources. Foreign and Colonial Compiling and Publishing Company.
  4. Sarat Chandra Roy (Rai Bahadur (1981). Man in India. A.K. Bose.

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