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Manipur, explicitly meaning, “Jeweled Land” is an ancient kingdom situated in the north eastern-most corner of India bordering Nagaland to the north, Assam to the west, Mizoram to the south and a 358 km - long edge with Myanmar to the east. This little paradise on earth welcomes the delightful holiday makers who are enchanted by her exquisite landscape.
Settled by a conglomerate of inhabitants comprising the ethnic groups of Meiteis, Nagas and Kuki-Chin-Mizo settlers and also other immigrant communities, Manipur demonstrates a unique sense of integration in the mainstream of Indian nationhood.
Manipur is said to be the progenitor of today’s widely popular game of POLO (originally called Sagol Kangjei). The game flourished during the reign of kings of different dynasties who ruled Manipur.
Manipur enjoys a fascinating range of flora and fauna, a very precious gift of nature facilitating the land to be an ideal destination for tourists.
Manipur is also rich in wild life. The brow-antlered deer or Sangai is a gem of the herd, which is now not found anywhere in the world except in the floating mass of vegetation at Keibul Lamjao of the Loktak Lake in Moirang.
Imphal, the capital of Manipur is a picturesque small town although Manipuris fondly call it Imphal city. It stands 786 metre above the sea level. 
Manipur has an enchanting cultural heritage. Manipur’s vista of art and culture is implicitly exhibited by her illustrative dance and music along with the legends and folklore. The “Raas Leela” is a masterpiece of Indian classical dance which depicts the mystical relationship of Lord Krishna and Gopis of Braja Vrindavan, their yearning of the Lord for communion.
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