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2 day seminar on Hinduism in Manipur kicks starts at MU

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Oct 26,

2 days Seminar on Hinduism in Manipur, organised by the Centre for Manipur Studies, Manipur University begins today at Political Science Lecture Hall no. 1, Old Social Science Block, Manipur University.

Administrator of Manipur University Jarnail Singh attended the inaugural function as Chief Guest. Prof. N. Lokendra (President), Prof. MC Arun (Guest of Honour) and Prof. W. Nabakumar share the dais.

The first day session began with presentation from Sr. Journalist Manindra Konsam on the topic Advent of Gaudiya Vaishnavism in Manipur: An Epoch of Manipuri Cultural Integration .

Chirom Rajketan, Asst. Prof., Kha-Manipur College, Kakching, presented his paper on Hindu Religion in Manipur.

Dr Th. Nishikant Singh, Asst. Prof., Dept of History, M.B.College, Imphal presented paper on Impact of Hinduism in the Coins of Manipur

Dr. K. Ruhinikumar, Asst. Prof., History Dept., Ideal Girls College, Imphal presented paper on the topic ‘The Impact of Hinduism in Manipur: A Historiographical Study’.

Dr. P. Milan Khangamcha, Philosophy Dept., Manipur University (MU) presenteted papers on The Political Implication of Manipuri Vaishnavism.

In the second session Dr. Yumlembam Khogen Singh, Sociology Dept., MU presented paper on Consolidation of Hinduism in Manipur: Explicating the Case of Meitei Vaishnavism.

W.Jibanlata Devi, Asst. Professor, History Dept., Maharaja Bodhchandra College presented paper on Impact of Vaishnavism on the Manipuri Society. Dr Th. Nishikanta Singh, Dept of History, M.B.College, Imphal  presented paper on the Impact of Hinduism in the Coins of Manipue.                                                                                                                                                                                        

Dr. B. Devdutta Sharma, Asst. Prof., Sociology Dept., WMG College, Thoubal presented papers on Nong Laoba: Rainmaking Rituals among the Meiteis.

  Linthoi Chanu, Freelance Researcher, presented paper on The role of Amaibi in preserving the Pre-Hindu tradition of Manipur.

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