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Concultural Building: Jinhi

Information about the Jinhi culture

Jinhi /ˈeɪ.nʰə̆/ is a Nini worshipping culture, with subcultures that vary in regions. The endonym is Ini or Eynh, but the culture that usurped them call them Jinhi /ɧɪnɨ/—Jinhi is an exonym.

Jinhi was developed in the border of Voli /ˈⱱɔ.ɭeɪ/ and in Sholi and is frequently debated on which area is the ancestral place and where the area of pilgrimage (if they’re away) will be at.

I will update this when I have more information (sorry, I do not have everything written out for it to talk about.)

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