The supreme god of Nuristan, a mountainous region in Hindu Kush. He is the creator he breathed life into the other gods; his first divine creation was Mon.
The Kati believed that Imra created mankind — via a process similar to butter-making — in the udder of a golden goat. The Prasun call him Mara.
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