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Khumanlol (Meitei: ꯈꯨꯃꯟꯂꯣꯜ), also spelt as Khumanlon (Meitei: ꯈꯨꯃꯟꯂꯣꯟ), is a chronicle (puya) of the genealogy of the rulers of the Khuman dynasty,[1] which flourished as an independent principality in the south of Ancient Manipur, and later absorbed into the Meitei ethnicity in the fourteenth century AD.[2][3] It is categorized as one of the historical documents of the ethnic groups settling in Manipur since seventh century AD.[4]

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  • National Register of Private Records. 1971.

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