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Tulyata (Bhumi: तुल्यताय), literally meaning 'balance' is a syncretic faith native to the Bashurat Valley in Satria. Tulyata is a monistic, henotheistic faith, focused around a belief in the achievement of moksha (Bhumi: मोक्ष), usually translated as meaning liberation or release, from the sansar, (Bhumi: संसार), the eternal cycle of death and rebirth within the material realm, through the attainment of the eponymous state of Tulyata, or balance.
Divine and Spiritual Beings
(Bhumi: सत्यलोक) 'supreme being'
(Bhumi: अवतार) 'incarnation'
Bhumi: सत्यलोक) 'world of truth'
(Bhumi: व्यतिकर) 'exchange'