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The most sacrosanct place for the Manipuris "The Kangla"

The Kangla is a sacred and ritual place of manipur.KANGLA is the most sacrosanct place for the Manipuris since time immemorial, as it is a place regarded as the ‘navel’ of their ancient kingdoms and mythologies. Customarily also it... Read more
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British Officers Who Served As Political Agents In Manipur: 1. 1835-44 Capt. Gordon 2. 1844-62 Major W. McCulloch 3. 1862-63 Dr. Dillon 4. 1863-67 Major W. McCulloch 5. 1867-75 Dr. R. Brown, F.R.C.S.E. 6. 1875-77 G.H.Damant 7. 1877-86 Sir James John Learn More...

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Kangla Fort in Imphal The existence of this fort dates back to 33 AD, when the mythical God-King of Manipur, Nongda Lairen Pakhangba first ascended the throne. It was gradually renovated and developed by successive kings who ruled the place. #Puwari Learn More...

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Chahi Taret Khuntakpa, the Seven Years Devastation (1819–26) in Manipur(Kangleipak) Meitrabak had never faced such catastrophe as that brought about by the Burmese conquest. The new king of Awa, Bagyidaw, invited Marjit to attend his coronation ce Learn More...