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Origin of the Meiteis - Part 1 - By: Dr J Rimai The Land According to the literature review, Manipur was an independent kingdom before the colonization by the British Empire (Singh 2004, 4). However, the extent of the so-called Manipur border is in debate. Some scholars believe that it reached Kabou Valley in Myanmar (Burma) in the east, the Chinese territory in the north, and the Ahom kingdom of Assam in the northwest (Singh 1987, 2-3). This is challenged by the Nagas who inhabit the hills that surround the valley of Manipur. The Nagas say they were never under the rule of the Meitei kin Learn More...

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Maibam Lokpa Ching Maibam Lokpa Ching or Red Hills is a historical site of World War II, in Nambol, Bishnupur district of Manipur. The site is a small hillock, where the war between the British forces and the Japanese forces took place in the WWII. Learn More...

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Discovery of Kangleipak - Part 1 - By: Wangkhemcha Chingtamlen An Introduction to the History of Kangleipak (Manipur): The present Manipur, an Eastern most tiny constituent State of the Indian union to the western boarder of the Myanmar, was an Independent Sovereign Country upto the advent of Hinduism in the beginning of the 18th century A.D., in all probable meanings of the concept of 'Sovereignty'. The tiny country became a Hindu State after Pamheiba (Name by the Indigenous People) Garivaniwaz (by the Hindu Immigrants) became king of Kangleipak in 1709 A.D. (1714 A.D. by the Engl Learn More...