Meitei folklore

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A scene from the Khamba Thoibi epic legends of Ancient Moirang.

Meitei folklore or Manipuri folklore refers to the folklore of the Meitei people, the Manipuri language speaking ethnicity, consisting of the folktales and mythology, developed, retold and preserved through several generations.[1][2][3]

Folktales[change | change source]

  • Story of a child turning into a pumpkin.[4]
  • The Story of Hiyangthau.[5]
  • The Story of the fox and the jackal.[6]
  • The Demon Queen.[7]
  • The legend of Henjunaha.[8][9][10]
  • The Story of a foolish younger brother.[11]

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