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Manglen in Kangla

It is the cremation site of the Kings of Manipur. The "Manglen" is believed to have been developed by Maharaj Garibaniwaz in 1738. According to the royal chronicle, the Cheitharol Kumbaba, Nara Singh Maharaj (1844–50) was cremated here at the "Manglen". #Histor... Read more
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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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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 Learn More...

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The Historical, Archaeological, Religious & Cultural Significance Of 'Kangla': The Ancient Citadel Of Manipur 1.Tracing Origin Of Kangla In Pre-Pakhangba Or Khaba Era: The legendary `Kangla' complex had been the capital of Manipur f Learn More...