Manipur - Jewel Of India

The little state of Manipur is sometimes referred to as "a little paradise on earth" by the global people or "a jewel of India" by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru....


Why Visit Manipur

Manipur is a fascinating destination attracting several tourists for its unique and remarkable beauty, salubrious climate, distinct culture and evergreen beauty and the joy loving people.


Manipur - Switzerland of the East

Manipur is truly known as the Jewel of India because of the limitless beauty found here. It is also known as the Shangri La of North East India. Nature Goddess is at her best in this place. The place is so pure and clean because it is not much explored or visited. Manipur is sure to be the biggest tourist destination discovered during the 21st century.

The entire state of Manipur is in the shape of an oval. Surrounded by bluish-green hills covered with mist, serene valleys, clear streams, rich art and culture, placid lakes, exquisite flora and fauna and the infinite natural beauty has earned Manipur the nickname of “Switzerland of the East”. Nagas, Gorkhas, Meitei and Kuki-Chin-Mizo are the main tribal communities that are living here. Some of the people living here also follow the religion of Islam.

The tribal community of people are experts in folk music, dance, art and artefacts, paintings, handicrafts, martial arts, games, handlooms, story-telling etc. Manipur is famous for its dance and Phug Cholom. There are quite a few peaks that are situated around this state. These safeguard the state very well. The climate here is pleasant all through the year, which is why it attracts a lot of international and domestic tourists. The scenic monuments, serene monasteries, mist-covered peaks, placid lakes, wildlife reserves and other pilgrimage places are some of the must-see places in Manipur.

The architecture of the temples in Manipur has a unique style and it attracts a lot of tourists. All the temples of the state are constructed as per the rules laid out in the Vastu Shastra and have huge mandaps. The architectural style found in most of the temples in Manipur bear a striking similarity to the pattern followed in the temples of West Bengal.

One of the main tourist spots in Manipur is the Keibul Lamjao National Park, which is located near the capital city of Imphal. This park has the unique distinction of being the first and only floating sanctuary of the world, as it constructed over wetlands stretching up to This place is a paradise for nature and wildlife lovers, as rare and exotic species of flora and fauna can be spotted here.

Fairs & Festivals in Manipur

The culturally and traditionally rich state of Manipur has a number of fairs and festivals being celebrated by its people such as Ningol Chakouba, Ramjan, Yaoshang, Kut etc.

Fair & Festival (Ningol Chakouba, Yaoshang, Ramjan ID, KUT, Gang-Ngai, Chumpha, Christmas, Cheiraoba, Kang, Heikru Hitongba)



Attractions In Manipur

Notable Personalities From Manipur

Some notable personalities of Manipur include Mary Kom, the women Boxer of India who has been a 5 time champ in World Boxing, Baichung Bhutia, a famous football player etc.

Culture in Manipur

The state of Manipur is a representative of mosaic traditions as well as cultural patterns. Basically, Manipuri classical dance and music are world- wide famous and are unique.....

Indigenous Martial Arts & Sports

Thang Ta and Sarit sarak are the indigenous Martial arts of Manipur and other sports include Khong Kangiei which is Manipuri hockey and Yubi Lakpi which is Manipuri rugby etc.