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Singju or Singsu (Manipuri salad) is a Meitei Manipuri dish, mainly made up of a leafy green vegetables. It is generally consumed as a spicy side dish.[1][2][3][4][5][6] Notably, Singju festival, an annual fair is organized in the promotion of the food item in India.

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  1. Singh, Kshetri Munal (1989). Problems and Prospects of Environmental Pollution in India. Mittal Publications. ISBN 978-81-7099-167-0.
  2. Indian Literature. Sahitya Akademi. 2000.
  3. Singh, Moirangthem Kirti (1998). Recent Researches in Oriental Indological Studies: Including Meiteilogy. Parimal Publications.
  4. Kosygin, Laishram (2009). Wetlands of North East India: Ecology, Aquatic Bioresources and Conservation. Akansha Publishing House. ISBN 978-81-8370-187-7.
  5. Tamang, Jyoti Prakash (2020-03-02). Ethnic Fermented Foods and Beverages of India: Science History and Culture. Springer Nature. ISBN 978-981-15-1486-9.
  6. The Anthropologist: International Journal of Contemporary and Applied Studies of Man. Kamla-Raj Enterprises. 2003.