a state in northeastern India between Assam and Myanmar (Burma). 8,620 sq. mi. (22,326 sq. km). Capital: Imphal.
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How to use Manipur in a sentence
Mirabai wanted to be an archer but when she read about Kunjarani Devi, another iconic weightlifter from Manipur, the thought of being a weightlifter first crossed her mind.How Mirabai Chanu went from nearly quitting weightlifting to an Olympic silver in Tokyo | Scroll Staff | July 28, 2021 | Quartz
The Nwi-tes and other minor tribes akin to the Kukis of Manipur.The Pacification of Burma | Sir Charles Haukes Todd Crosthwaite
I have been sending a consignment of bullocks down there, every week; and have done almost as much with the Manipur force.On the Irrawaddy | G. A. Henty
Before us was the village of Palel, which was garrisoned by two hundred Manipur soldiers.Through Three Campaigns | G. A. Henty
The English game of polo was introduced from Manipur, where it forms a great national pastime.
So he wandered from holy place to holy place until he reached Manipur.Indian Myth and Legend | Donald Alexander Mackenzie
British Dictionary definitions for Manipur
a state in NE India: largely densely forested mountains. Capital: Imphal. Pop: 2 388 634 (2001). Area: 22 327 sq km (8621 sq miles)
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