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kirat community where the guests must drink their liguor immediately after they are served

 Torempa is an ancient Kirati man.He prefers much liquor(wasim/ummak). According to amyth, Torempa is hosted by his relatives angpa-angma(samdhi-samdhini) with liquor. But he does not seem to be content with the liquor. Tormpa put his head in the pot of liquoras angpa-angma were out of their house. He could not take out his head from the lid of the pot which made him died there itself. So there is a belief in the kirati community where the spirt of Tormpa hunts the people in the form of dizziness and stomach paining. indeed, there is a ritual practice in the kirat community where the guests must drink their liguor immediately after they are served, otherwise Torempa might suffer spiritually.
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