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The Breaking of Silence

IFP Bureau11 Apr 2022

IFP Editorial: Now, is the time for pushing the demand for making Manipuri a classical language of India. Despite being the lingua franca of the state, it is spoken in Manipuri populated areas in Bangladesh, Myanmar and other Northeastern states like Assam and Tripura.

Manipuri Alphabet (PHOTO: Wikimedia Commons)

Push for classical status needed

IFP Bureau20 Aug 2021

IFP Editorial: What the revivalists do not understand is that Manipuri language is a dynamic language and it has the strength to absorb foreign words into its fold and also adapt to change and modern realities.


Bravo! Meidingu Leishemba Sanajaoba

IFP Bureau26 Sept 2020

The Meidingus of Manipur have always been champions of Manipuri culture and continuity of core value systems even in the onslaught of cultural invasions from the West, and Meidingu Leishemba Sanajaoba is trying hard to live upto the tradition set by his ancestors.

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