Northeastern part of India.
Main Language :
Tribal dialects such Tangkhu, Hmar, Paite, Lushai, Mao, Vaiphei, Poula and Rongmei are heard in Manipur.
The total area of t he state is 22347 sq km.
Rugged hills, Narrow valleys, river basins, inner area consists of flat plains.
Amiable climate is noted in Manipur and temperate climate is predominant. Winters are quite chilly and often snowfall occurs. Summers are comparatively pleasant and warm.
Other languages spoken :
Important Tourist Destinations :
Shree Govindajee Temple- a sacred place for Indus; Keibul Lamjao National Park- a home for 17 rare and endangered species; Loktak Lake- a frest water lake rich in fished and has a floating island called Phumdi made of plants and weeds of the lake water; Churachandpur- second largest city pf Manipur and famous for Khugda Dam.
Best time to visit :
October to May.
The airport at Imphal, Tulihal airport, has direct flights connecting Imphal to Kolkata, Guwahati and Delhi.
The road transport of Manipur is extensive and developed. The roads connect almost every majot toes and districts of the state. The total length of road sin Manipur is 7170 kms.
The state is linked with the rest of the country through national Highway NH-39 that will lead tourists to train station of Dimapur in Nagaland. The National Highway NH-53 connects the state with another railway station located in Assam.