Sakok Lamlen

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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.[1][2] It is one of the historical texts, which mention about the different names of Ancient Manipur.[3] According to it, Kangla was the capital of the Meitei ethnicity in Ancient Manipur and it was also known as Leimakon Kangla Nongthon Phambiron.[4] It was constructed over the navel of the serpent god Taoroinai.[5] It also mentions about the history of the festival celebrated during the reign of Meitei king Irengba in the tenth century AD.[6]

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