(Last Updated on : 25/05/2017)
Cities of Manipur
- "a jeweled land" are located in the north eastern part of India
with enclaved in blue hills with an oval shaped valley at the center. The main cities are Imphal
, Mayang Imphal
, Naoriya Pakhanglakpa
Bishnupur, Bishnupur District
Bishnupur is a town and it is derived its name from an ancient Lord Vishnu
temple located in the town.
Kwakta, Bishnupur District
Kwakta is a beautiful place for retreat. This place is seat of culture
Moirang, Bishnupur District
Moirang is a town situated 45 km south from Imphal. It is famous for INA
hoisting of national flag during Second World War
Nambol, Bishnupur District
Nambol is one of the educational hubs of Bishnupur district. It is the second busiest market, after Khwairamband Bazaar in Manipur.
Ningthoukhong, Bishnupur District
Ningthoukhong is a picturesque town along with a Municipal Council having 14 wards in Bishnupur district.
Oinam, Bishnupur District
Oinam is a town and part of Inner Manipur Lok Sabha constituency. This place is popular for the rural population
and tribal culture
Chandel, Chandel District
Chandel is a town of Chandel subdivision. It is a popular destination to the tourists for its cleanliness.
Manniang Veng, Churachandpur
Manniang Veng is known for the western extension of Zomi Colony, where the large number of tribal and Buddhist
population are concentrated.
Singngat, Churachandpur district
Singngat is located in the south western border of Manipur. It is the place popular for the mountain
Tipaimukh, Churachandpur district
Tipaimukh has a geographical extension of about 789.48 square km. It has 55 villages with the total population of 23,995 approx. It has Tipaimukh Dam, which is the cynosure of the place.
Zoveng, Churachandpur district
Zoveng is a town along with the rural culture. It is considered as the oldest town in the state.
Imphal, Imphal East District
Imphal is the capital of Manipur. Palace of Kangla, which was the royal seat of the former Kingdom of Manipur
, is in the city centre. It is surrounded by a moat. Now it is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India
Khongman, Imphal East district
Khongman is a census town popular for the scenic beauty of green hills.
Lamai, Imphal East district
Lamai is a nagar panchayat of Manipur and it is the hill station
for the tourists.
Porompat, Imphal East district
Porompat is popular for the gateway of many destinations of Manipur.
Kakching is located in the southeastern part of Manipur. It is popular for the presence of textile
Noney, Tamenglong district
Noney comprises with Haochong, Khoupum, Nungba, and the Longmai subdivision. It is now serving as a hill station.
Nungba, Tamelong District
Nungba is a scenic town surrounded by a low-lying hill ranges and rivers
. It is an extension of eastern Indian Himalayan Mountain range
Thoubal, Thoubal district
Thoubal is a beautiful and scenic place with mountainous landscape and it has lots of lakes
and rivers, paddy fields, gardens
, and the tribal population.
Ukhrul, Ukhrul district
Ukhrul is the abode of the Tangkhul Naga people
and the local government
is supported by this community.
Jiribam, Jiribam district
is located on the western most boundary of the State, adjoining North Cachar district
Mayang Imphal, Imphal West district
Mayang Imphal is a town with tribal population and it is a beautiful hill station.
Saikul, Sadar Hills East Subdivision
Saikul is principal town in Manipur with all the basic amenities that were developed by British in India