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Kangla Fort

Kangla Fort

Kangla means " dry land " in old Meitei language. It was the traditional seat of the past Meitei rulers of Manipur. The Kangla Fort is the oldest fort in Imphal in the state of Manipur and is situated on the both sides of the river Imphal. Kangla was the ancient capital of Manipur and a number of Meetei monarchs have ruled the destination from this fort. In pre-Pakhangba period, a ruling clan named Khaba ruled from 'Kangla'. 'Kangla' is not only the seat of political power but also a holy place for religious worship and ceremonies. There are a number of ancient treaties/manuscripts especially "Sakoklamlen" "Chinglon Laihui", "Nunglon" etc., which lay down the rules for the construction, worship, ceremonies relating to 'Kangla'.these palace was surrounded by a huge channel called"kangla pat"

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Shree Govindajee Temple

Shree Govindajee Temple

The largest hindu temple in the Imphal city is Shre Govindajee Temple. Temple is located in Imphal (in its East district), the capital of the Indian state of Manipur. The temple is simple in design with two gold plated domes, a paved court and a large, raised mantapa or congregation hall. Garbhagriha center chamber has the main deity of Govindaji, incarnation of lord Kishna with hist consort Radha. The other two chambers of the Garbhagriha, on either side of the main deity, images deified are of Balabhadra and Krishna on one side, and images of Jagannath, Subhadra and Balabhadra on the other side.

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