Mount Koubru

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Mount Koubru or Mount Koupalu is a high mountain in the northern hill province of Manipur. It has cultural and religious significance to the Meitei ethnicity since the inception of Ancient Manipur. According to Meitei mythology and religion, the peak is the sacred abode of God Koupalu at his family.[1][2][3][4][5][6][4]

References[change | change source]

  1. Singh, N. Tombi (1975). Manipur and the Mainstream. Chitrebirentombichand Khorjeirup.
  2. Devi, Lairenlakpam Bino (2002). The Lois of Manipur: Andro, Khurkhul, Phayeng and Sekmai. Mittal Publications. p. 12. ISBN 978-81-7099-849-5.
  3. Prakash, Col Ved (2007). Encyclopaedia of North-East India. Atlantic Publishers & Dist. p. 1543. ISBN 978-81-269-0706-9.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Tensuba, Keerti Chand (1993). Genesis of Indian Tribes: An Approach to the History of Meiteis and Thais. Inter-India Publications. ISBN 978-81-210-0308-7.
  5. Kabui, Gangmumei (2004). The History of the Zeliangrong Nagas: From Makhel to Rani Gaidinliu. Spectrum Publications. ISBN 978-81-87502-76-0.
  6. Robinson, Samuel (1945). Organizations and Officials Concerned with Wildlife Protection, 1945. U.S. Government Printing Office. p. 272.
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Meitei mythology & folklore

Mythic Texts and Folktales:
Numit Kappa | Moirang Kangleirol | Moirang Shayon | Khamba Thoibi | Sandrembi Chaisra
Fungawari Singbul | Funga Wari
Divinities:
Maikei Ngaakpa Lais | Leimalel | Sanamahi
Emoinu | Panthoipi
Legendary Creatures:
Dragons | Helloi | Hingchabi | Keibu Keioiba | Khoirentak tiger | Samadon Ayangba | Uchek Langmeidong
Mythical and Sacred Places:
Lai Lamlen | Khamnung | Kangla | Mt. Koupalu | Nongmaiching Hills | Thangching Hills