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The Palace of Kangla (Old Manipuri: ꯀꯪꯂꯥ, romanized: kang-laa, lit.'dry land') was the earliest known fortified capital city of Ancient Manipur.[1] It served as the seat of administration of the rulers of many dynasties, right from the reign of Emperor Tangja Leela Pakhangba in 1445 BC (15th century BC),[2] though significant advanced developments belonged to the post periods of Nongda Lairen Pakhangba (33 AD - 153 AD).[3][4][5]

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Layout of the citadel of Kangla, the ancient capital city of Manipur

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  1. "Kangla the ancient Capital of Manipur".
  2. "Meitei Kings".
  3. "E-Pao! Books :: Complete e-platform for Manipuris".
  4. "E-Pao! Books :: Complete e-platform for Manipuris".
  5. "E-Pao! Books :: Complete e-platform for Manipuris".