Inti - An Introduction to Inti and the Inca Sun God

The Inca himself - the word Inca actually means "King" or "Emperor" although it now refers to the entire culture - was considered very special and subject to certain rules and privileges.

El mismo año, en 1967, se integra a la banda, reemplazando al año siguiente a como director artístico de la banda, rol que ejerce hasta el 2001, año en que toma su lugar hasta el día de hoy en Inti-Illimani Nuevo.


Serra lost the idol gambling and its eventual fate is unknown.

They were runners-up of the and were promoted to the.


Inti Tunic

Se optó por cambiar la fecha original solsticio del 21 de junio por el 24 del mismo mes, ya que en el gobierno del presidente A.

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The Spanish priests considered Sun Worship to be pagan at best and thinly-disguised Devil worship at worst and went to great lengths to stamp it out.

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    The statue represented Inti as a small seated boy, called Punchao (Day or Midday Sun). From his head and shoulders the sun's rays shone, he wore a royal headband and had snakes and lions coming out of his body. The stomach of the statue was hollow and used to store the ashes of the vital organs of previous Inca rulers.
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    Inti was at the head of the state cult, and his worship was imposed throughout the Inca empire. He was usually represented in human form, his face portrayed as a gold disk from which rays and flames extended. Inti’s sister and consort was the moon, Mama-Kilya (or Mama-Quilla), who was portrayed as a silver disk with human features.
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    Inti is enjoying a bit of a comeback lately. After centuries of being forgotten, Inti Raymi is once more being celebrated in Cuzco and other parts of the former Inca Empire. The festival is popular among native Andeans, who see it as a way to reclaim their lost heritage, and tourists, who enjoy the colorful dancers. Sources
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    inti: [noun] the basic monetary unit of Peru from 1985 to 1990.
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    INTI proudly flaunts South America’s rich cultural history in the face of globalised capitalism, whilst still addressing Chile’s problems of poverty and their rocky recent history. Born in 1982 in Valparaíso, Ch ile – a city affluent in culture from immigrants travelling through its port – he started with graffiti in the mid-1990s.
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