List of creatures in Meitei folklore

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A host of legendary creatures, animals and mythic humanoids occur in Meitei folklore and Meitei mythology.

An art of a dragon, illustrated in the flag of Modern Manipur.

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  7. The Manipuri Lais
  8. 'Story of a Giant Poubi lai' show begins on Jan 7
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