Front Cover
Front cover of the book
Some snippets from the Book
Status of Manipur (1823-1947)
Dr. Y Mohendro

Before dealing with the Anglo-Manipuri War of 1891, it is worthwhile to examine the political status of Manipur before 1891. The intimate connection between the British and Manipur began on the eve of the outbreak of the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824-1826). Immediately before this war, Manipur which was an ancient independent Kingdom, became a Burmese colony consequent on the defeat of the Manipuris by the Burmese in 1819. ...
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A Brief Note On How Manipur Joined India In 1947
Dr. Y Mohendro

... On the first July, 1947 agreement between the Governor of Assam and Manipur State Durbar was entered into. According to the first para of the agreement, "It was agreed that the State should forthwith declare that it joins the constituent Assembly (Hindusthan) and that Mr. Guha should be accepted forthwith as the representative of the State as it is not practicable to have a separate representative for the State." ...
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Watch this space!

We started from Chapter 1 till 5 (live on Oct 7 2009).... and have added from chapter 6 to 10 (Oct 28 2009)

On November 24, 2009, we added the following - "Brief notes given by the author on "How Manipur Joined India In 1947" .. 3 Appendix which list the "Accession of Instrument", some secret letter from the Durbar.. and many more historical facts.....

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