Manipur

MANIPUR, INDIA

Manipur is a state in northeastern India, with the city of Imphal as its capital. It is limited by the Indian provinces of Nagaland toward the north, Mizoram toward the south and Assam toward the west. It additionally borders two districts of Myanmar, Sagaing Region toward the east and Chin State toward the south. Indeed, even the principal head administrator of India broadly said Manipur was the Jewel of India. Aside from being a nature’s blessing to India, Manipur is likewise a blend of culture. It is the origination of Polo, the game and the origin of Ras Lila, a traditional dance structure.
Manipur was once in the past considered KANGLEIPAK the importance of which is “Dry Land” (Kang=dry, Leipak=land). The story go on like this, that Manipur Valley was once submerged and the entire plain space of this was actually similar to Loktak lake.
The state has two significant physiographic districts: the Manipur River valley and an enormous encompassing plot of rugged country. The valley, including about 690 square miles, runs north-south and lies at a rise of 2,600 feet. Its primary actual component is Logtak Lake, which covers around 40 square miles and is the wellspring of the River. The waterway streams toward the south through the valley into Myanmar, where it joins the Myittha River, a feeder of the Chindwin.
The slope ranges, associated by prods and edges, run commonly north-south. These reaches incorporate the Naga Hills toward the north, the East Manipur Hills along the eastern Myanmar line, the Mizo and Chin slopes toward the south, and the West Manipur Hills toward the west. Normal rises differ somewhere in the range of 5,000 and 6,000 feet, albeit the slopes in the north transcend 9,500 feet. In the west the Surma River, known as the Barak River in this place, has cut a limited steep-sided valley through the West Hills as it streams to join the Meghna River in Bangladesh.
Major tourist places to visit in Manipur are Loktak Lake (The Only Floating Lake In The World), Keibul Lamjao National Park, Tharon Cave, Kangla Fort, Singda Dam, INA Memorial Complex, Shree Govindajee Temple, Zoological Garden, State Museum, Ima Keithel Woman’s Market, Rasmancha, Jorebangla Temple, Dal Madol, Andro, Leimaram Waterfall, Dzukou Valley, Shirui Kashung Peak, Waithou Lake, etc.
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