Manipur – Another of the numerous former princely States of the north east, Manipur had always been known for its valorous men who excel in martial arts. The men are good riders and pole is said to have originated here. The jagoi, the very graceful Manipuri School of dance had developed here.
Tourist Places in Manipur
Imphal – capital, on the famous road to Mandalay. Royal polo ground, royal palaces. War cemeteries.
Moirang – Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose raised the flag of Indian National Army for the First time on Indian soil here on 12 April 1944. The INA Museum has a statue of Netaji and memorabilia of his freedom movement. There is an ancient temple of the per Hindu deity Lord Thanging and festival is held in his honour every May.
Laktak Lake and Sendra Island – a huge and Beautiful stretch water, this lake is like a miniature inland sea.
Kaibul Lamjao – National park. The lastnatural habitat of the marsh dwelling brow- antlered deer.
List of Districts and their Headquarters of Manipur State in India
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List of Indian States, and information like their capital, language of state and year of establishment.
States Capital Languages Year of Establishment
Andhra Pradesh Hyderabad Telugu and Urdu 1951
Arunachal Pradesh Itanager Miji, Apotanji, Merdukpen, Tagin,Adi, Honpa, Bangini-Nishi 1972
Assam Dispur Assamese 1975
Bihar Patna Hindi 1912
Chhattisgarh Raipur Hindi 2000
Goa Panaji Marathi and Konkani 1961
Gujarat Gandhinagar Gujarati 1970
Haryana Chandigarh Hindi 1966
Shimla Hindi and Pahari 1948
Aizawl Mizo and English 1972
Jammu & Kashmir
Srinagar (Summer),Jammu (Winter) Kashmiri,Dogri, Urdu, Ladakhi,Pahari,Punjabi and Dadri 1948
Jharkhand Ranchi Hindi 2000
Karnataka Bangalore Kannda 1956
Kerala Trivandrum Malayalam 1956
Madhya Pradesh Bhopal Hindi 1956
Maharashtra Bombay Marathi 1818
Manipur Imphal Manipuri 1947
Meghalaya Shillong Khasi, Jaintia and Garo 1970
Kohima Ao, Konyak, Angami, Sema and Lotha 1963
Bhubaneswar Oriya 1948
Punjab Chandigarh Punjabi 1966
Rajasthan Jaipur Rajasthani and Hindi 1948
Sikkim Gangtok Bhutia, Hindi, Nepali, Lepcha, Limbu 1975
Tamil Nadu Chennai Tamil 1688
Tripura Agartala Bengali, Tripuri, Manipuri, Kakborak 1956
Uttar Pradesh Lucknow Hindi 1937
Uttarakhand Dehra Dun Hindi 2000
West Bengal Calcutta Bengali 1947
Union territories: Andaman & Nicobar 1956
National Capital Territory of Delhi 2001
Dadra and Nagar Haveli 1941
Daman and Diu 1987