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Nongmaiching Ching

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The Nongmaiching Ching or the Selloi Langmai Ching is a mountain rising above the plains of Manipur. It is one of the most visited pilgrimage sites of Sanamahi religion.[1][2][3][4][5][6] According to Meitei mythology and folklore, it is a sacred mountain and the home of Nongpok Ningthou and Panthoipi, where they had united, at the presence of many gods, which is still celebrated as Lai Haraoba by the Meitei ethnicity.[7][8]

References[change | change source]

  1. Devi, Lairenlakpam Bino (2002). The Lois of Manipur: Andro, Khurkhul, Phayeng and Sekmai. Mittal Publications. p. 6. ISBN 978-81-7099-849-5.
  2. Rural Transformation in North-East India. Department of Commerce and Department of Economics, Gauhati University. 2006.
  3. Lightfoot, Louise (1958). Dance-rituals of Manipur, India: An Introduction to "Meitei Jagoi". Ministry of Scientific Research and Cultural Affairs. ISBN 978-1-01-374640-6.
  4. The Indian Forester. R.P. Sharma. 1960.
  5. Singh, Moirangthem Kirti (1998). Recent Researches in Oriental Indological Studies: Including Meiteilogy. Parimal Publications.
  6. Parratt, Saroj Nalini (1997). The Pleasing of the Gods: Meitei Lai Haraoba. Vikas Publishing House. ISBN 978-81-259-0416-8.
  7. Singh, Ch Manihar (1996). A History of Manipuri Literature. Sahitya Akademi. ISBN 978-81-260-0086-9.
  8. Panchani, Chander Sheikhar (1987). Manipur, Religion, Culture, and Society. Konark Publishers. ISBN 978-81-220-0047-4.

Meitei mythology & folklore

Mythic Texts and Folktales:
Numit Kappa | Moirang Kangleirol | Moirang Shayon | Khamba Thoibi | Sandrembi Chaisra
Fungawari Singbul | Funga Wari
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