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Dalmadal canon

Dalmadal canon  Video Review

Dal Madol

Swakhar Pachal
2nd Dec 17

Must visit this ancient market ran by women.

Must visit this ancient market ran by women.  Video Review

Ema Keithel ( All Women Market)

Ruchi Shitole
16th Feb 17

Kangla Fort with forest surroundings

Kangla Fort with forest surroundings  Video Review


Ruchi Shitole
27th Jan 17

A canon of historical importance

A canon of historical importance  Video Review

Dal Madol

Susanta Sadhukhan
2nd Dec 17

Beautiful temple at Bishnupur

Beautiful temple at Bishnupur  Video Review

Jorebangla Temple

Swakhar Pachal
2nd Dec 17

Jor Bangla Temple

Jor Bangla Temple  Video Review

Jorebangla Temple

Susanta Sadhukhan
2nd Dec 17


Rasmancha  Video Review


Swakhar Pachal
2nd Dec 17


Rashmancha  Video Review


Susanta Sadhukhan
2nd Dec 17

Largest fresh water lake of North East

Largest fresh water lake of North East  Video Review

Loktak Lake

Ruchi Shitole
12th Jan 17

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Reasons to go to Manipur

1The Enchanting Culture
The Enchanting Culture

Manipur Sangai Festival is a 10-day-long festival. It is dedicated to the State animal - the sangai deer. At the festival, expect to see Manipuri handicrafts, handlooms, sports competitions, music and food stalls. 

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2Soibum Eromba
Soibum Eromba

One distinct feature about Manipuri cuisine is that it uses chilli pepper instead of garam masala in most dishes. For a long time, people in Manipur valley did not eat any other meat apart from fish due to religious reasons. But now, all sorts of non-vegetarian delicacies are relished. Bamboo shoots are a popular dish too. HolidayIQ Traveller Varun Sharma says, “The place is a boon for pure vegetarians (like me). There is no visible night life in Manipur and Nagaland due to security protocols being followed by Indian Army. Although if your are non-vegetarian then the entire Manipur trip can be memorably delectable for you. There are varieties of fish and other non-veg cuisine available for non-veg enthusiasts.”


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3An International Road Trip Sounds Fun! Doesn’t It?
An International Road Trip Sounds Fun! Doesn’t It?

Don’t you feel that domestic road trips are too mainstream? Why spend your time and money on the road already taken? An international road trip with the sight of three countries is sure to excite you. The trilateral highway is said to connect Moreh in Manipur to Thailand's Maesot through Tamu in Maynmar, Mandalay and Myawaddy.

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4Seek Adventure At Places You Stop By
Seek Adventure At Places You Stop By

Try taking small treks and adventure activities at places you stop by. The Thalon Caves are one among various historic sites of Manipur, located at an altitude of 900 mt above sea level and is around 80 km from Imphal. The caves, which also provide the first concrete evidence of Hoabinhian culture in India, lie under Tamenglong district. Discovered in the year 1946 by the then Maharaja of Manipur, Budhachandra, the cave is located amidst darkness and makes an interesting visit.


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5Manipur Was An Union Territory Before 1956
Manipur Was An Union Territory Before 1956

After the war, the Manipur Constitution Act of 1947 established a democratic form of government, with the Maharaja as the executive head. In 1949, Maharaja Budhachandra signed the instrument of accession to merge the kingdom into India. Thereafter the legislative assembly was dissolved, and Manipur became part of the Republic of India in October 1949. It was made a Union Territory in 1956 and a fully-fledged State in 1972.

HolidayIQ traveller Bobby Singh from Delhi shares, “I think Govt should bring up this place to a hill station, the people there are so good, kind and generous, they are always ready to help people.”


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Bikramjit Singh

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Khongjom war memorial complex

Khongjom War Memorial, Khongjom: The
Khongjom War Memorial located on the Kheba Hill on the Indo - Myanmar road in Khongjom was built as a tribute to the heroes who lost their lives in the war between the Manipuri soldiers and the British Army in 1891.
The Khongjom day is celebrated every year on
23rd April at the memorial. A grand celebration is held which is attended by all the renowned politicians and ministers along with a huge crowd. Manipur Rifles pay the guard of honor with a general salute. Reverse Arms, sounding of last two minutes silence, slope arms and order arms are the tributes of the celebration. The Paona Brajabashi statue is saluted and religious offering are made at the Khongjom River.
Thousands of visitors come here to pay their homage to the brave warriors who fought for their homeland. The site is gradually becoming a major tourist destination.
The memorial is a vital place in Manipur and more than a historic memorial it is a place that the locals feel blessed.
The Khongjom War Memorial Gate, measuring about 30 feet in height, was constructed by the engineering cell of Manipur Development Society and it coasted about INR 98 lakhs. It was built under the assistance of the Ministry of Tourism,

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Good place to visit

We enjoyed the food in Manipur. we ate chats, parathas and a very good street food and we enjoyed a temples there and we have been there for 7days. we enjoyed a lot. we are proud to be there and we have good collection of Manipur handlooms and we are proud to be that we have saw the things that we ever seen again. we have a nice collection of Manipur and now we are going to Thailand and going to enjoy the views.

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Manipur Overview

Manipur is a state in northeast India, sharing common borders with Myanmar in the east and the Indian states of Nagaland in the north, Mizoram in the south and Assam in the west. It forms a cup-shaped valley surrounded by hills of the sub-Himalayan ranges. Chinganguba (or Surameti) peak is the highest at 12,557ft.   The main ethnic group of Manipur is called Meitei. Their language, Meitei, is also known as Manipuri and is the main language of the state. Naga and Kuki groups also inhabit the land. Migrants from Bengal and Bangladesh form a significant proportion of the population.   Lai-Haraoba is the most important Manipuri festival. The week-long celebrations represent the beginning of the universe and is observed in the Manipuri month of Kalen (April-May). Manipuris are also known for their classical and folk dance traditions. Manipuri classical dance is one of the six classical dances of India. Agriculture is the main economic activity and paddy is the chief crop.   Imphal is the capital of Manipur. Dating from the 3rd century BC, it is one of the oldest urban sites in India. Shri Govindaji Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and famous for dance performances. Khwairamband Bazar (Mother's Market) is a large market run only by women and an excellent place to shop for handicrafts and handloom textiles. Imphal was an important centre of action during the World War II. There are two War Cemeteries maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.   Keibul Lamjao National Park is a unique wild life sanctuary in that it occupies a floating island in Loktak Lake, which is the largest fresh-water lake in northeast India. Bishnupur is known for its 15th-century Vishnu temple built with unusually small bricks. Ukhrul, east of Imphal, is the highest hill station of the state and is famous for a variety of land-lily called Soroi, and the Khangkhui Lime Caves.   Foreign nationals require a Restricted Area Permit to visit Manipur.  

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