Language: English
The Shár folk religion is the religious tradition of the Shár Empire, in which government officials and common people of the Shár Empire share religious practices and beliefs, including veneration of forces of nature and ancestors, exorcism of harmful forces, and a belief in the rational order of nature which can be influenced by common limjiang people and their rulers.

Traditionally a polytheistic religion encompassing a vast number of deities - augmented by ancestor worship - the Shár folk religion has went under heavy influence of the Ten Heavenly Principles in the last 1500 years - emphasizing reincarnation, limiting the role of ancestor worship -, and the Imperial Cult (which itself may have been heavily influenced by Sak Shamanism) in the last 700 years, creating a (previously nonexistent) distinction between "greater gods" worshipped empire-wide and the "local gods".

The religion is known as Gáuzát (Way of the Gods) or Dárzát (Way of the Ancestors) in the Shár languages.

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