Thangjing Hill

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The Thangjing Hill or the Thangching Hill is a hill range in the southern province of Manipur. It is one of the most visited holy pilgrimage sites in Northeast India.[1][2][3][4][5] People following Sanamahi religion used to climb the top of the peak to offer prayers to God Thangching, whose main temple is built on the peak.[5][6]

References[change | change source]

  1. Singh, Wahengbam Ibohal (1986). The History of Manipur: An early period. Manipur Commercial Company.
  2. Bhattacharji, Romesh (2002). Lands of Early Dawn: North East of India. Rupa & Company. ISBN 978-81-7167-963-8.
  3. Singh, Moirangthem Kirti (1998). Recent Researches in Oriental Indological Studies: Including Meiteilogy. Parimal Publications.
  4. Ansari, Sultan Ahmed (1985). Some Aspects of the Geography of Manipur. B.R. Publishing Corporation. ISBN 978-0-86590-583-2.
  5. 5.0 5.1 George, K.M. (1992). Modern Indian Literature, an Anthology: Surveys and poems. Sahitya Akademi. p. 832. ISBN 978-81-7201-324-0.
  6. The God Lainingthou Thangching Koylellai
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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