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Shashikanta Meitei

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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 Puyas at hand encounters the vexing problem of separ... Read 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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Shaheed Minar Imphal Shaheed Minar was built in the memory of martyrs who laid down their lives during the fight against British in the Anglo-Manipur war of 1891. In an attempt to inject fear into the people thereby avoiding any more uprisings for 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...