Explore Manipur-Land of Jewels

Explore Manipur-Land of Jewels  – The picturesque landscape of Manipur is nestled in the north-eastern corner of the country and is famous as a land of divine cultural wealth. The verdant forests and foggy blue hills offer a magnificent view to the visitors. This region houses a large number of tourist attractions, which can hardly be ignored. Some of the must visit attractions of the region are:

Imphal

Imphal

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The capital city of Manipur, Imphal is located in a beautiful heart shaped valley. At this destination, tourists can come across a large number of ancient monuments and forts that speak volumes about its past. The magnificent Palace of Kangla is located on both sides of the Imphal River. Previously this palace was used as the seat of the Meettei rulers. A visit to this palace can help the tourists to enrich their knowledge.

  • Govindajee Temple
Govindajee Temple

Govindajee Temple

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A Vaishnavite temple, Govindajee Temple was constructed by the previous ruling king of Manipur, Maharaja Nara Singh. This beautifully constructed temple consists of a large congregation hall along with two domes. Dedicated to Govindaji, this temple also houses idols of Balram, Radha Govinda, Jaganath and Krishna.

  • Khonghampat Orchidarium
Khonghampat Orchidarium

Khonghampat Orchidarium

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Spread over an area of about 200 acres, Khonghampat Orchidarium boasts of about 110 rare species of orchids. This yard is maintained by forest department and is located on NH-39. This is a great place for all those tourists who have interest in nature. So if you are a nature enthusiast, remember to visit Khonghampat Orchidarium while in Manipur.

  • Loktak Lake
Loktak Lake

Loktak Lake

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A serene and scenic destination, Loktak Lake is one of the biggest freshwater lakes lying in the north eastern region of India. This ancient lake holds special relevance amongst the residents of Manipur as it is one of the major sources of water for the generation of hydropower, drinking and irrigation. This lake is also believed to be the source of livelihood for the rural fishermen.

  • Zoological Gardens
Zoological Gardens

Zoological Gardens

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Established in 1976, Zoological Garden in Manipur is located at a short distance from the capital city of the state. Housing some of the most endangered and rare species, Zoological Garden attracts the tourists because of its uniqueness. This garden is often called as “the jewel box” of Manipur.

  • Langthabal
Langthabal

Langthabal

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A beautiful destination, Langthabal is a place that must be visited while on a trip to Manipur. This hillock has various sightseeing options for the travelers. Well known for its striking beauty, Langthabal houses a large number of places of historic importance and numerous temples.

Bishnupur

Bishnupur

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Bishnupur is famous for its ancient Vishnu temple, which gives a glimpse of the Chinese influence. One of the most striking attractions of the region is the red hill, which is believed to be the place where Japanese and British army fought during the Second World War.

So mark a visit to this majestic land which is bounded by Mizoram in the south, Nagaland in the north, Cachar district of Indian state, Assam in the west and on the east side it shares an international border with the beautiful upper Burma.


Karthikeyan