A Portrait of a Market in India Run Solely by Women
At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, with travel restrictions in place worldwide, welaunched a new series — The World Through a Lens — in which photojournalists helptransport you, virtually, to some of our planet’s most beautiful and intriguing places. Thisweek, Trishna Mohanty shares a collection of images from Imphal, the capital city ofManipur. Barely […]
A page from my travel diary – a night stay on a floating island.
On a recce trip to Moirang district, Manipur in April 2018, my local partner there arranged for me to spend a night at a tiny guesthouse built on a floating Phumdis in the middle of the Loktak lake. He mentioned that it was a maiden venture and that I was going to be the first […]
MANIPUR THROUGH HER WEAVES: A TEXTILE JOURNEY OF THE STATE
Article by Prerana Choudhury Manipur, one of the seven northeastern states of India, is a picturesque region covered by hills, plains, lakes, and forests. A historically and culturally rich state, Manipur prides itself on its diversity. It is home to numerous tribes and indigenous communities, and has a rich repository of performance arts, dances, rituals, […]
The 500 year old Khwairamband Bazar best known as The Mother’s market
Manipur, rich in ancient traditions, culture and the art forms is a delight to visit. It is amazing to see that despite the insurgency and violence which has resulted in military presence, the state still maintains purity and skill in its arts. The breath taking landscapes, gorgeous weaves, beautiful islands, lakes and wildlife are a […]