IMPHAL, the capital of the state of Manipur (q.v.) in eastern Bengal and Assam, on the north-cast frontier of India, situated at the confluence of three rivers. Pop. (1901) 67,903. It is really only a collection of villages buried amid trees, with a clearing containing the palace of the raja, the cantonments, and the houses of the few European residents.
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