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Articles tagged as Manipur

  • The Ancient Cuisine of Manipur

    This four-minute interview makes you privy to one of the most ancient, colourful, and delightful culinary traditions of India. Bang in the heat of action, you're up against the flames without a burn. A video by Vasudeva Das.

  • Manipur Crisis Seeps Into Janmashtami Prayers
    Scarcity and price rise loom over celebrations though people throng Imphal temples in scores.
  • Young Survivor Of Terror Attack At ISKCON Set To Take Centre Stage Again
    The physical scars may still be there, but thankfully, the fear, the pangs of sorrow and the wounds inflicted on little Mritika's mind after militants triggered a bloody bomb attack at Imphal ISKCON temple four years ago, no longer haunts her.
  • Manipur Dance Festival Entertains, Inspires, and Educates
    Devotees organized the first International Indian Classical Dance Festival, “Indiclad,” at ISKCON’s Sri Sri Radha Krishnachandra “Manimandir” in Imphal, Manipur, this February.
  • ISKCON Manipur to Host International Dance Festival
    Artistic event targets the youth of the East Indian state.
  • ISKCON Manipur Dance Promotes Culture of Love and Devotion
    This July 12, ISKCON Manipur drew an enthusiastic audience from far and wide for their staging of Gaura Lila in Imphal, the country’s capital city. A traditional performing art of Manipur, the dance/drama is based on events that took place in the life of Shri Chaitanya, the 15th century founder of Gaudiya Vaishnavaism who promoted worship of God through singing His praises.
  • ISKCON Manipur Readies For Extravaganza

    Imphal, Nov. 12: The Iskcon temple in the Manipur capital is getting ready to showcase Hindu culture and religion, as practised around the world, during a six-day-long cultural extravaganza later this month.

  • ISKCON Blast Victim Rues Govt Apathy
    IMPHAL: A year after the bloody Janmasthami Day grenade attack at the ISKCON complex at Imphal, Manipur which left seven people dead and scores wounded, there are still people who have not received the financial assistance promised by the government at that time.
  • Bringing Peace to Manipur

    MANIPUR (Kangla Online): A unique programme highlighting the importance of peace and ways and means of bringing it in the north eastern region of India, escpecially in Manipur, and generally in the whole world will be held in Manipur in the month of November this year (2007). The programme, an international peace conference, is expected to be attended by many important dignitaries including the President of India APJ Abdul Kalam and Nobel laureates from all over the world.