Bihu Loukon, Imphal, Manipur
Bihu Loukon is an ancient star shaped mud fort located in West Imphal of Manipur state. The fort was discovered in 2013. According to the historians, the region around the fort was ruled by the king Chakpa Charairongba.
(Last Updated on : 18/10/2019)
Bihu Loukon is an ancient star shaped mud fort located at Maklang in West Imphal
state. According to the historians, the region around the fort was ruled by a king named Chakpa Charairongba. According to the archaeologist Nanjesh Thongbam the fort was discovered in early 2013. The exact date of construction of the fort is still not known. Bihu Loukon fort has mud ramparts, which are about 15 feet thick and 5 feet in weight. Each triangular arm is about 156 feet in length.
Visiting Information on Bihu Loukon
Dimapur Railway Station
and Bir Tikendrajit International Airport
are the nearest to reach and visit the fort. Tipaimukh Road (National Highway
150) connects Manipur to other parts of India.
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