Map of Manipur

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Manipur, surrounded by Nagaland, Mizoram, Assam and Mynamar, has Imphal as its capital. As it is a sensitive border area, Tourists who want to travel to Manipur require a Restricted Area Permit, which is valid for 10 days.

Literally meaning "the jeweled land", Manipur is richly endowed with natural splendor and grandeur. It has 16 districts: Bishnupur, Chandel, Churachandpur, Imphal East, Imphal West, Senapati, Tamenglong, Thoubal, Ukhrul, Kangpokpi, Tengnoupal, Pherzawl, Noney, Kamjong, Jiribam, Kakching.

Agriculture is the single largest source of livelihood, for a majority of the rural masses, and the state economy also depends on it. Industry in Manipur is not very well developed. However, the state is striving towards industrialization, with the setting up of many large and small-scale industrial units. The main industries of Manipur are pharmaceuticals, steel re-rolling, plywood, bamboo chipping, cement, vanaspati and electronics and the service sector comprises of Real estate, Consultancies, Travel and Tourism, Hotel Industry and Insurance.

Manipur State Information

CapitalImphal
Date of formation21. Jan. 1972
GovernorNajma Heptulla
Chief MinisterNongthombam Biren Singh
Tourist attractionsLoktak Lake. Sendra Island
FestivalsHeikru Hitongba Boat Races, Baruni
Major dance and music formsRas Lila, Lai Haroba, Nongdai Jagoi
Arts and craftsBamboo baskets, fish traps, mats, umbrellas, musical instruments etc.
LanguagesManipuri, Thado, Tankhul
Size22,327 sq. km
Population (Census 2011)2,570,390
RiversManipur, Barak
Forests and wildlife sanctuariesKeibul Lamjao NP, Khonghampat Orchidarium
State animalSangai deer
State birdNongyeen
State flowerSiroi lily
State treeUningthou
Major cropsPaddy, wheat, maize, pulses
FactoidsThe Pung is the Manipuri version of the Mridanga, an ancient drum and is played during the Ras Lila.
Imphal has an all-women's market or Ima Keithel.
No. of District 16


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Last Updated on : January 16, 2018

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