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Roles of the Queens from Manipur Kingdom in NE discussed

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Mar 5:

Queen from Manipur Kingdom – Teaching Matrimonial connections in erstwhile kingdom Asia’ was called through with a Round Table discussion organised by the Intellectual Forum of North-East Manipur and the Manipur University in memorial the 1st Death Anniversary of Dr. Aheibam Koreng today at the conference hall of the Department of Zoology, Manipur University.
Prof. Naorem Lokendra Singh, Vice-Chancellor of Manipur University and Prof. Naorem Mohilal Meitei, Former Head, Department of Zoology, Manipur University opened the Round Table Discussion as the Chief Guest and the President.
41 together, 6 (six) resource persons namely Mutua Bahadur, Director Matua Museum, Dr. Chirom Rajketan, Manipur University, Dr. H. Rajmani Singha, Assam University, S. Manglemjao, IPS(Rtd.), Mahaesana Rajmumar independent researcher and Sh. Shamu, President, Indo Myanmar Manipur presented papers and delivered lecturers on specified areas relevant to the main topic. Prof. N. Lokendra in his speech of the chief guest expressed the post relations in the widely and more significantly in relations with Burma, Tripura, and Assam and others and in course of history besides having relations and matrimonial connections between and among the royal palace, and the added that the Round Table Discussion away factual parts of history.
Prof. N. Mohilal Meitei talks on such as important discussion to retracing the losing trails of historical connection of Manipur with other countries and the states of the North-East.
“Though there are plenty of areas to the retraced in connection with historical relations between Manipur with other neighbouring countries and states, the centralised on the queens from Manipur to the royal palaces in the kingdoms of Asia, special attentions were queen in parts of Tripuri queens, queen Kuranganayam in Ahom Kingdom, queen Indduprabha in Cachar Kingdom, queen Sityamala in Myanmar kingdom, Maharajaj Marjit’s connection with Myanmar and other important areas of Manipuri diaspora”, he added.
The round table discussion was attended by scholars from Myanmar, Cachar and Marba.

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