Manipuri language is also popular as the Meetei language which is spoken mainly in the northeastern state of India called Manipur and has its own script “Meitei Mayek”. It contains pure Vedic words as well. Manipur’s capital city is Imphal bounded by the Indian states of Nagaland, Assam, and Mizoram which has a population of almost 3 million. It is estimated there are approximately 1.5 million speakers of Manipuri language. Manipuri or Meetei language is spoken not only in India but it is also spoken in some parts of Myanmar, Bangladesh, and some other countries as well.
What is Manipur’s official language?
Manipuri is the official language of Manipur.
What is Manipur religion followed by the people?
There are many religions followed by the people in Manipur but according to 2011 census data it shows that Hinduism is the main religion followed by the people in the state.
How many languages are spoken in Manipur?
Languages spoken in Manipur are Manipuri, English, Lusai, Hmar, Paite, Thadou, Tangkhul, Bishnupriya Manipuri and Kuki.
Manipur popular places:
Keibul Lamjao National Park – It is best known for its floating flora of phumdis. Keibul Lamjao National Park is also popular for endangered brow-antlered deer or sangai. Here, you can see different varieties of animals and birds such as hog deer, sambar, wild boar, jungle cat, East Himalayan pied kingfisher, ruddy shell-duck, spotbill duck, Burmese pied Myna, etc.
Tharon Cave – It is also popularly known as The Uluan Cave. It is one of the main tourist attractions that you can enjoy near Tamenglong, Manipur. It has 5 exits and 34 joints where people enjoy the thrill of walking through the dim tunnels.
Loktak Lake – It is one of the famous lakes in India which is located 53 km from Imphal, the capital city of Manipur. It is the Only Floating Lake In The World.