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Sambal-Lei Sekpil

Sambal-Lei Sekpil is the world's tallest topiary. Created by Moirangthem Okendra Kumbi, it is modelled in the shape of a series of open umbrellas and spheres.

Okendra started mending the Sambal-Lei in 1983, originally planted by his sister in a small mustard oil can. Sambal-... Read more
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Holy/Sacred places of Kangla Kangla' is regarded as the holiest place for the meeteis. It is a centre of pilgrimage for all the Meteis who are residing in Manipur, Assam, Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Bangladesh, Myanmar, etc. It is believed that Lord Learn More...

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Nunggoibi At this sacred place (known as Nunggoibi), the heads of slain enemies were buried with rites known as 'Huiyen Lallu Chanba' when the Kings returned victorious from battles. In 1891, five British officers including Mr. Quinton, the Learn More...

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Ibudhou Chairellakpa and Ibudhou Chingningthou at Thanga From the knowledge of our scholars and mythologists, Lord Ibudhou Chairellakpa had arrived at Thanga since the year 1324. A Pandit from Chairel, Laishram Khumanjao enlightened us with the info Learn More...