Situated at the center of Manipur River’s Valley, Imphal, the capital of Manipur, has the most effective of nature and also displays through its forts the architectural excellence of the past. Lush green valleys and breathtaking hills all-round the city makes the place an ideal setting to enjoy the bliss of nature. Located at 790 meter above water level, the town offers spectacular views of nature.

Loktak Lake, the lifeline of Manipur, is taken into account the biggest water lake within the whole of Northeast India. It also owns the pride of being the sole floating lake the planet over because it has floating phumdis thereon. Phumdis meaning, a series of floating islands, is seen only in Loktak Lake. The lake is that the major source of beverage, electricity and irrigation. You’ll be able to find a large range of endangered wildlife and plants within the lake.
Kangla is that the most historically significant place in Manipur. The seat of power, Kangla Fort was once the representation of the land’s culture. Because the ancient capital of Manipur, Kangla Fort was much revered. The dominion was so mighty that it remained undefeatable for hundreds of years ranging from 33 AD to 19th century before it succumbed to the powers of the British. The fort comprises royal palaces, temples and burial grounds of the members of royal families. The historical monuments and archaeological remains of the place speak volumes of the rich past.

Sekta Archaeological Living Museum may be a leading attraction in Imphal. The museum was constructed on a site that was earlier excavated to unearth the treasures of the past that symbolize the rich history of the land. The museum is home to unique antiques that talk of the tribes of 14th century and their culture. The rare collections seen here include ornaments, human skulls, masks product of silver and copper and other unique articles that are rarely found elsewhere.

Covering a mere 41 square kilometer, India’s smallest forest reserve, Sirohi parkland earned the status of park in 1982. Being a hilly terrain and with many valleys, the views of the park are breathtaking. The park is home to a good range of wildlife including tiger, leopard and boar. It’s a shocking range of flowers too among them Sirohi Lily is exclusive because it grows only here.

Manipur State Museum isn’t just a museum that displays its collections but promotes awareness of the culture and also the importance of biological specimen through various programs. The museum was inaugurated in 1969 by Mrs. Solon, the late Prime Minister of India. While the collections in its gallery sections namely explanation, Archaeology, Painting and Children’s Gallery are amazing, its contributions to form awareness and interest in minds of individuals on the requirement to conserve wildlife and respect the rich culture of the land demand overwhelming appreciation. The programs conducted by the museum are many and hence it deserves a special place for its contribution.
Imphal is a motivating place to go to. Its beauty and history are so captivating that you simply will find the land irresistible. I’ve got come to the conclusion that one visit isn’t enough.