Sakok Lamlen (Meitei: ꯁꯥꯀꯣꯛ ꯂꯝꯂꯦꯟ), also spelt Shakok Lamlen (Meitei: ꯁꯥꯀꯣꯛ ꯂꯝꯂꯦꯟ), is an ancient religious text (puya) of the indigenous Meitei religion and is a sequel to the myth expounded in the Leithak Leikharol. It is considered to be the Upanishad of the Meitei religion. It is one of the historical texts, which mention about the different names of Ancient Manipur. According to it, Kangla was the capital of the Meitei ethnicity in Ancient Manipur and it was also known as Leimakon Kangla Nongthon Phambiron. It was constructed over the navel of the serpent god Taoroinai. It also mentions about the history of the festival celebrated during the reign of Meitei king Irengba in the tenth century AD.
Bibliography[change | change source]
- Sakok Lamlen Part. 1 : Bheigya Meitei, Yengbam : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
- Sakok Lamlen : Not Available : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
Further reading[change | change source]
- https://www.newsdogapp.com/en/article/5d95610f83b48e1d4a56fdfa/?d=false[permanent dead link]
- Devi, Jamini (2010). Cultural History of Manipur: Sija Laioibi and the Maharas. Mittal Publications. p. 19. ISBN 978-81-8324-342-1.
References[change | change source]
- Singh, Ch Manihar (1996). A History of Manipuri Literature. Sahitya Akademi. ISBN 978-81-260-0086-9.
- Rasheeduddin Khan; Indian Institute of Advanced Study (1987). Composite Culture of India and National Integration. Indian Institute of Advanced Study.
- Dasgupta, Kalyan Kumar; Bhattacharyya, Pranab Kumar; Choudhury, Rabin Dev (1988). Sraddhanjali, Studies in Ancient Indian History: D.C. Sircar Commemoration Volume. Sundeep Prakashan. ISBN 978-81-85067-10-0.
- Dena, Lal (1991). History of Modern Manipur, 1826-1949. Orbit Publishers-Distributors.
- India (Republic) Office of the Registrar General (1961). Census of India 1961. Manager of Publications.