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Imphal War Cemetery

Features

Imphal War Cemetery was built to commemorate the reminiscences of those British and Indian soldiers who sacrificed during the Second World War. It has around 1600 graves with name plates in bronze in well maintained flower garden. The War Cemetery is managed and maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

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Kangla Fort, Imphal

Features

Kangla fort was ancient capital of Manipur and the traditional seat of the past Meetei rulers of Manipur. It was situated on both sides (western and eastern) of the bank of the Imphal River. But now it remains only on the western side of the bank. The fort was in ruined condition and the government has taken new construction. The palace complex hold many historical and holy structures. The Ibudhou Pakhangba temple is visited by local and Old Govindji temple is closed. Kanga Museum exhibits archaeological and historical objects relating to Manipur region. Famous Shree Shree Govindajee Temple is located nearby.

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Khongjom War Memorial, Imphal

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Khongjom War Memorial is located on Kheba hill on the Indo-Myanmar road, Khongjom War Memorial is reminiscent of the past heroic deeds of Manipuri warriors. It was here that Major General Paona Brajabashi, one of the great warriors of Manipur proved his valor against the superior might of the invading British Army in 1891.

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Red Hill (Lokpaching), Imphal

Features

Red Hill is the historical place where the British and the Japanese fought a fierce battle during World War II. War Veterans had constructed "India Peace Memorial" a monument in memory of Japanese soldiers who died in the battle.

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Shaheed Minar, Imphal

Features

Saheed Minar is a tall historic monument of Imphal city, dedicated to the high spirited martyrs of Manipur who fought against the British during Anglo-Manipuri war in 1891. Located in Bir Tikendrajit Park, Shahid Minar , it is situated on eastern side of the Imphal Polo ground.

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