Andro, Imphal

Andro, Imphal offers a unique experience for tourists traveling here from far and wide. Andro is an ancient village of Thouble district that lies in the eastern side of Imphal, Manipur. It is about 27 km away from the center of Imphal. There are many enchanting sites on the way, which every traveler can explore during their journey.

The village houses a cultural complex that was founded by the Mutua Museum in Imphal. The complex includes a collection of potteries from the northeastern states of India. This village in Imphal is mainly associated with pottery. The complex also features a Doll House where dolls of 29 well known Manipuri tribes are exhibited.

Getting in an around Andro is made easier by a developed transportation system. Local transportation system like bus, cycle rickshaw, auto rickshaw and taxis commute travelers to different sites. The best time to visit Andro is between October and February when the weather is quite pleasant for journeying.

The tourist office of Government of India located close to Jail Road, Imphal 795001 provides all kinds of necessary details for tourists. Over the years, Andro, Imphal has emerged as one of the major attractions of the state.

Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012



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