Bishnupur district is the district of Manipur state in northeastern India with the smallest area. Bishnupur town is the administrative headquarters of Bishnupur district. Other major towns in this district are Nambol, Moirang, Ningthoukhong, and Kumbi. Some of the major villages in this district are Ngaikhong Khullen, Toubul, and Khoijuman Khullen.
Imphal West District
Imphal West district is one of the nine districts of Manipur. As of 2011, Imphal West district is the most populous district in the state. Lamphelpat is the district headquarters of Imphal West district in the state of Manipur. It is a suburb of Imphal city.
Imphal East District
Imphal East district is one of the 9 districts of Manipur state in northeastern India. As of 2011, Imphal East district is the second most populous district in the state, after Imphal West. Agriculture is the main occupation of the people in Imphal East district. In the district, there are 27,000 and 4,100 hectares of land for high yield variety and improved local paddy field respectively. There are land of 450 hectares for maize, 60 hectares for wheat and 350 hectares for potato in the Imphal East district.
Thoubal district is one of the nine districts of Manipur state in northeastern India. Senapati district on the north, Ukhrul and Chandel districts on the east, Churchandpur and Bishnupur districts bound this district on the south and Imphal West and Imphal East districts on the west. The district occupies an area of 519 square km. The population as of 2011 is 422,168. Thoubal town is the district headquarters. Thoubal district is known for Khongjom, where the last battle of the independence of Manipur was fought in April 1891 against the army of British Government in India. The Imphal and the Thoubal are the most significant rivers that flow through the district. The Thoubal River originates in the hill ranges of Ukhrul and is an important tributary of the Imphal River. It passes through Yairipok and Thoubal before joining the Imphal at Irong near Mayang Imphal. The Imphal River rises in the hills of Senapati district and flows south. It forms the northern and western boundaries of Thoubal district. There are other rivers in Thoubal district namely the Wangjing, the Arong and the Sekmai. These rivers originate in the hills of Ukhrul district. The Arong River flows through Khangabok and falls into Kharung Pat. The Wangjing River flows west via Heirok and Wangjing before joining the Loushi Pat.
Kakching District is one of the 16 districts of Manipur state. Kakching District is bounded by Thoubal district on the north, Ukhrul District and Chandel District on the east, Churchandpur District and Bishnupur district on the south and Imphal West District and Imphal East district on the west. The Kakching district is one of the newly formed districts by the government of Manipur in 2016.
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