A goddess who protects farmers and blesses them with abundance and skill. Ini Andan is associated with the "Feast of the Whetstones," a ceremony that takes place before land is cleared for farming.
Also a goddess of the heavens who possesses all sorts of charms to bring about luck, wealth, abundance, and skill.
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- Howell, William. (1908-1910). [A collection of articles on the Sea Dyak]. Sarawak Gazette, nos. 39-40, p. 37.
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- Roth, Henry Ling. (1968). The Natives of Sarawak and British North Borneo. Singapore: University of Malaya Press, pp. 174-175.