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A toli is a round, ritual mirror used in Shamanism in some parts of Mongolia and in the Republic of Buryatia. The mirror, ornamented on one side and polished on the other, may be made of bronze, brass or copper.

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Korean shamanism

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<i>Shaman King</i> 2001 Japanese manga series directed by Seiji Mizushima

Shaman King is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hiroyuki Takei. This manga follows the adventures of Yoh Asakura as he attempts to hone his shaman skills to become the Shaman King by winning the Shaman Fight. Takei chose shamanism as the main theme of the series because he wanted a topic that had never been attempted before in manga.

Khövsgöl Province Province in Mongolia

Khövsgöl is the northernmost of the 21 aimags (provinces) of Mongolia. The name is derived from Lake Khövsgöl.

Tsagaannuur, Khövsgöl District in Khövsgöl, Mongolia

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Neoshamanism refers to "new"' forms of shamanism, or methods of seeking visions or healing. Neoshamanism comprises an eclectic range of beliefs and practices that involve attempts to attain altered states and communicate with a spirit world. Neoshamanic systems may not resemble traditional forms of shamanism. Some have been invented by individual practitioners, though many borrow or gain inspiration from a variety of different indigenous cultures. In particular, indigenous cultures of the Americas have been influential.

Renchinlkhümbe District in Khövsgöl Province, Mongolia

Renchinlkhümbe is a sum of Khövsgöl aimag. The area is about 8,850 square kilometres (3,420 sq mi), of which 2,910 square kilometres (1,120 sq mi) are pasture and 35% are forest. In 2000, the sum had 4284 inhabitants, mainly Darkhad. The sum center, officially named Zöölön, is located 265 kilometres (165 mi) north of Mörön and 998 kilometres (620 mi) from Ulaanbaatar.

Apostolos (Tolis) Voskopoulos is one of the legends of modern Greek music. He also starred in many films and played in the Theatre in Athens.

Pusa, Sarawak Place in Sarawak, Malaysia

Pusa is a town, in Betong Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. It is situated nearby Saratok town. Mostly form for native Malay for fish village and famous of fish of "ikan terubok" and also famous for "gula apong".

Tolipir Place in Pakistan

Tolipir is a hilltop area situated in Tehsil Rawalakot in the Poonch District of Azad Kashmir. Its approximate elevation is about 8800 ft above sea level. It is about 30 km, or a 120-minute drive, from Rawalakot in Azad Kashmir. Abbaspur, Bagh and Poonch River can be viewed from Toli Pir.

Ulaan-Uul, Khövsgöl District in Khövsgöl Province, Mongolia

Ulaan-Uul is a sum of Khövsgöl aimag. The area is close to 10,000 km². In 2000, Ulaan-Uul had a population of 3,726 people, mainly Darkhad. The sum center, officially named Tögöl, is located 171 km north-north-west of Mörön and 942 km from Ulaanbaatar.

Tolichowki Place in Telangana, India

Toli chowki is a major suburb in Hyderabad, Telangana, India.. It is one of the over crowded areas of Hyderabad. The name Tolichowki comes from the Urdu word 'Toli', meaning 'troupe', and 'Chowki', meaning 'post'. During the period of Abul Hasan Tana Shah, the troops of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir set a military position in this region, which is in the vicinity of the Golkonda Fort of the Qutub Shahi kingdom. Still today, there are many historical mosques, tombs and other monuments in the surrounding areas. It is close to the IT corridor like Gachibowli, Madhapur, Manikonda and Kondapur, hence making it a preferred residential for people working in the IT industry. The real estate sector has received a boost due to its proximity to high-end technology firms.

Districts of Central Sulawesi

The province of Central Sulawesi in Indonesia is divided into regencies which is turn are divided administratively into districts, known as Kecamantan.

Toli Masjid mosque in India

Toli Masjid, also known as Damri Masjid, is a mosque in Karwan, Hyderabad, India. It is 2 km from the Golconda fort on the way to Charminar. Built by Mir Musa Khan Mahaldar during the reign of Abdullah Qutb Shah in. This mosque is INTACH awarded and a declared heritage site by Archaeological Survey of India. On scale of architecture Toli Mosque ranks next after Mecca Masjid, Hyderabad, India.

Sultan Bantilan Airport

Sultan Bantilan Airport, formerly known as Lalos Airport, is an airport near Toli-Toli, a city in the province of Central Sulawesi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.

Mongolian shamanism

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Tɔli (Toli) is a Gbe language of Benin. Ethnologue counts it and Alada as dialects of Gun, but Capo (1988) considers it one of the Phla–Pherá languages.

Indonesian Protestant Church in Buol Toli-Toli is a Protestant Church group in Buol and Toli-Toli, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. In the 19th century Europeans and Indonesians immigrated to this part of the island. The Minahasan ministers established the Protestant church. In 1937 the region was transferred to the Minahasan Church. Because the distance the church didn't remained in the Minahasan Church. In 1965 it become an independent denomination. It has 200 congregations and 51 fellowships, and 23,000 members. It is a member of the World Communion of Reformed Churches.

Ardit Toli is an Albanian footballer who plays as a defender for Greek club AO Chania Kissamikos and the Albania national under-21 team. A defender, he plays either as a right back or centre-back.