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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 ceremony and to pay homage to him. Marjit refused to a... Read 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...

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Khongjom ANGLO-MANIPUR WAR: The Anglo-Manipur War was an armed conflict between the British Empire and the Kingdom of Manipur. The war lasted between 31 March – 27 April 1891, ending in a British victory. Contents: 1 Background 2 War 3 Legacy Back 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...