A land that exists between the past and the present, Manipur is a microcosm within the macrocosm of India. Vibrant in its culture and rich in natural bounties, it is a state with diverse cultural makeup. The three main ethnic communities namely the Meiteis, the Nagas and the Kuki-Chins along with other groups from the rest of India constitute the people of Manipur.
Manipur is a vibrant state and its myriad of colours can be seen in its music, dances, form of worship, in sports, in the excellence of the people in martial arts, and the beautiful motifs in their weaving styles. The vivaciousness of a composite culture is reflected in the way Manipur celebrates so many festivals throughout the year.
Keibul Lamjao National Park
The INA Memorial and Museum
Red Hill and Japanese War Memorial
Adventure attractions in Manipur
Wind surfing at Loktak
Boating on the Loktak
Rafting at Leimatak River
Trekking and caving thrills
Tamenglong,offbeat trails, treks
The Beauty of Barak River
The Khayang falls
Longpi village, indulge in craft charms
For Traditional textiles
Indo-Myanmar Friendship Gate