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Repository of Rare Records

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The record holdings in the Manipur State Archives are of four categories:

  • Public Records

  • Semi Public Records

  • Private Papers

  • Rare Manuscripts 

The Public Records are transferred from Imphal Municipality Town Fund, Manipur Secretariat Records and Literary, D.C. Office Ukhrul etc. Semi Public Records are collected from India Office Library, Condon (Microfilm Roll), National Archives of India, New Delhi, Bihar State Archives, West Bengal State Archives, Writer’s Building Calcutta, Asiatic Society Calcutta, N. Khelchandra Singh Manuscruipt Literary Uripok, Assam State Archives etc. The Private Papers are collected from the families and relatives of Late Shri Ng. Mohendro Singh Ex-MP, Late R.K. Sanahal Singh, 1st SDO in Manipur, Late N. Ibomcha Singh, Ex-MCA, Loitongbram Iboyaima Singh, Ex-Editor, Janata Newspaper, Late M. Koireng Singh, Freedom Fighter and Ex-Chief Minister, Late H. Nertunchandra Sharma etc. The Rare Manuscripts are collected from private custodians like M. Narendra Khongman, Kh. Chandrasekhar Singh Uripok Naoremthong, N. Manipio Singh Palace Compound, B. Kullachandra Sharma, Brahmapur Thangapat Mapal, S. Kondumba, Sallungpham, N. Ibochouba Singh, Haobam Marak (Second Pandit of Manipur Pandit Loishang, Ng. Kulachandra Singh, Akham (Head pandit, Manipur Pandit Loishang, M. Gourachandra Sigh, Kakching (Director Peo ple’s Museum, Kakching), N. Khelchandra Singh Uripok, L. Bobo Singh, Yairipok Kekru, P. Punshi, Yairipok Kekru etc.

Public Records:

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Private Records:

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