Luwang dynasty

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The Luwang dynasty (Old Manipuri: Luwang Yek Salai) is one of the seven ruling clan dynasties in Ancient Manipur (Antique Kangleipak). The people of the Luwang ancestry forms one of the subsection of the present day Meitei ethnicity.[1][2][3] It is one of the three most powerful dynasties, the others being Ningthouja dynasty and Khuman dynasty.[4]

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  1. Sen, Sipra (1 January 1992). "Tribes and Castes of Manipur: Description and Select Bibliography". Mittal Publications – via Google Books.
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  4. Singh, Wahengbam Ibohal (12 April 1986). "The History of Manipur: An early period". Manipur Commercial Company – via Google Books.