North East Indian City Guide - Manipur

The Jewelled city of India - Manipur, proudly known as the “Switzerland of the East” is a small but charming land. Mizoram heads the list of most beautiful places in India. Manipur is surrounded by nine sub-Himalayan ranges which are dotted with cascading waterfalls, streams, lakes, blue hills and dense forests that captures the soul. Manipur is also complimented by a multi-ethnic population that is friendly and hospitable.


Manipur - North East India

The unique landscape, exciting culture, rich tradition, and ethnicity provide a treasure of experience never forgotten. The classical dance of Manipur and the Raasleelas are very famous and a retreat for the tourists.

The Khonghampat Orchidarium and the Loktak Lake are the interesting sites in Manipur, known for its natural beauty. Manipur offers religious, cultural as well as wildlife tourism. The Shree Govindajee Temple and Kaina are a great option for a religious tour. The Manipur Zoological Garden which is renowned for the rare sangai deer is a place worth visiting.

Apart from this, historic sites like Langthabal, Sahid Mandir, Khonghampat Orchidarium, Sekta Archeological Living Museum, Moirang, Khongjom, and the Manipur State Museum are there to captivate the history buffs.

Journey to Manipur is a visual treat with breathtaking sights and it is an ideal place to escape from the real world to explore the Mother Nature.

Speciality :

The speciality of Ahmedabad is its kite festival. People from various region throng at Ahmedabad to participate in the kite fete and behold its vibrant Colors. The whole city is the identity of Sultans intricate craftsmanship. There are lots of hoary monuments which stands proudly in the streets of Ahmedabad. Yet another famous festivals of Ahmedabad are the navratras and garba. This festival also attracts people from all over the world.

Climate :

The best time to visit Ahmedabad is between November and February. During this time the climate is cool and pleasant for sightseeing. During summer days, the sun will be scorching and the weather is more or less pleasant.