Shashikanta Meitei

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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 Johnstone
8. 1886 (for six weeks) Major Trotter
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The Manipur Expedition Meidingngu Surchandra (1886–90) succeeded his father to the throne in 1886 when there were revolts against him led by Sana Borachaoba and Dinachandra that proved unsuccessful. However, on 21 September 1890, Princes Zila Nga Learn More...

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Puya Meithaba (Burning of Puyas) Meetei PuYas and early literature vividly record the details of Meitei ethno-dispersion and dispersal of the Meetei outsides the geography of present Manipur into the neighbouring countries in Asia. A study of the Pu Learn More...

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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 Learn More...