Leithak Leikharol

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The model of the universe as described in the "Leithak Leikharol".

Leithak Leikharol (Meitei: ꯂꯩꯊꯛ ꯂꯩꯈꯥꯔꯣꯜ) (lit. Of Heaven and netherworld[1]), also spelt as the Leithak Leikhalol, is an ancient literary narrative work (puya), about the creation, genealogy of kings, moral teachings and mythology.[2][3] It mentions some goddesses including Leimarel Sidabi, Nongthang Leima and Panthoibi. Goddess Leimarel Sidabi is said to be the omniscient.[4] It states that goddess Panthoibi slays a demon.[5][6]

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