19Oct/15

WAR CEMETERY, IMPHAL, MANIPUR!

As a part of my Manipur trip on 01st June 2015, I was at War Cemetery, Imphal, Manipur. Commemorating the memories of the British and Indian soldiers who died during the World War II, these War Cemeteries are managed by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Serene are well maintained, the War Cemetery carries little stone markers and bronze plaques recording the sacrifice of those gallant soldiers.

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19Oct/15

LOKTAK LAKE AT MOIRANG, MANIPUR!

As a part of my Manipur trip on 03rd June 2015, I was at Loktak Lake, located at 48 Kms. from Imphal, is the largest fresh water lake in the North East Region. From the Tourist Bunglow set atop Sendra Island, visitors get a bird’s eye view of life on the Lake small islands that are actually floating weeds on which the Lake-dwellers live in the backdrop of the shimmering blue water of the Lake,

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19Oct/15

THE INA MUSEUM AT MOIRANG, MANIPUR!

As a part of my Manipur trip on 03rd June 2015, I was at The INA Museum at Moirang. This town also has a special place in the history of the Indian Freedom struggle. It was at Moirang that the flag of the Indian National Army was first unfurled on April 14, 1944. The INA Museum containing letters, photographs, badges of ranks and other memorabilia reminds the visitors of the noble sacrifices made by the

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19Oct/15

LORD THANGJING TEMPLE AT MOIRANG, MANIPUR!

As a part of my Manipur trip on 03rd June 2015, I was at Lord Thangjing Temple at Moirang, Manipur. This place is one of the main centres of early Meitei folk culture with the ancient temple of the pre-hindu deity, Lord Thangjing, situated here. In the month of May, men and women, dressed in colourful traditional costumes sing and dance in honour of the Lord at the Moirang “Lai Haraoba” which is a ritual

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