Barak River, Manipur 795147
About Barak waterfalls
Being one of the most visited attractions in Tamenglong, the Barak Waterfalls is a must visit which accompanies seven other waterfalls that are located at a close range adding beauty to the place. Also, the Barak river that flows is a major source of irrigation and water to the locals of the district. The locals of Tamenglong and the tourists visiting the place can easily spend quality time by day picnicking on the banks of the river which is the best way to spend a holiday.
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Sadu Chiru Waterfalls - a picture-perfect attraction for all the nature lovers who wish to seek a delighting holiday time in Senapati. Also esteemed as the Leimaram Waterfall, Sadu Chiru is a tourist place of scenic beauty. Cascading from a height of nearly 300 metres, Sadu Chiru Waterfall makes an enthralling sight for tourists to savour. Besides, the mist emerging from the water that disperses in the surrounding is something that conjures up the images of serenity.
The Kachari kingdom was a powerful kingdom ruled by the Dimasa King. The Dimasa kachari kingdom and others that developed in the wake of the Kamarupa kingdom were led by chieftains of indigenous communities of Assam and are examples of indigenous state formations in Medieval Assam. Remnants of the Dimasa kingdom lingered until the advent of the British, and this kingdom gave its name to two districts in Assam: Cachar and North Cachar Hills.
Singda dam is located about 20 kms from Imphal, the capital of Manipur. The drive to the dam is picturesque and is surrounded by paddy fields and lush green hills. It is a very popular hiking and picnicking spot. Located at an altitude of 920 mts above sea level, the dam is a multipurpose irrigation project overlooking a beautiful lake. October to May is the best time to visit Singda dam. This is the highest mud dam in the world.
It is the largest freshwater lake in the North–East India. It is a beautiful stretch of water resembling a miniature inland sea. A day spent at Loktak Lake is a lifetime of memory. Visitors can catch a bird’s eye view of the lake from Sendra. Fishermen living in floating islands called Phumdis in floating huts known as Phumsangs are unique sights of this lake. The Sendra Tourist Home with an attached Cafeteria is a sought after tourist spot.
Keibul Lamjao National Park is a national park in the Bishnupur district of the state of Manipur in India. It is 40 km2 (15.4 sq mi) in area, the only floating park in the world, located in North East India, and an integral part of Loktak Lake. The national park is characterized by many floating decomposed plant materials locally called phumdis. To preserve the natural refuge of the endangered Manipur Eld's deer or brow-antlered deer also called the dancing deer, listed as an endangered species
The Manipur Zoological Gardens is located around 8 km from Imphal in Lamphelpat. This garden was established on 2nd October 1976, covering an area of around 8 hectares and is popular. It is described as the Jewel Box of the state, Manipur Zoological Garden is home to about four hundred common and rare species of animals and birds.
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Tamenglong District is bounded by Senapati District to the East, North Cashar Hills District of Assam to the West, Peren District of Nagaland to the North and Churachanpur of Manipur to the South. The District had been known as Manipur West District before 1972.