Taohuireng Apanba, the Sun God, meiteis believes the Sun God ride only one horse. but in the mythology of the hindu believe, the Sun God ride seven horses which represent the seven colours of the inderdanush.
Above the throne, there is which represent the time of sun as Mangang, Luwang and Khuman...

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Mudra is a symbolic or ritual gesture in Hinduism and Buddhism. While some mudras involve the entire body, most are performed with the hands and fingers. A mudra is a spiritual gesture and an energetic seal of authenticity employed in the iconography and spiritual practice of Indian religions.

The representative symbol of Manipur under the British rule, the right hand was cut because the Kabaw Valley was given to the Burma(Myammar), the Govindaji temple build during the reign of Raja Nara Singh at Kangla in 1846, & the chain shows the lost of independent.

Name & Idea of Art: " Lord Protector" (the remark Dragon throne), it is the secret Artistic figure "Taoroinai Throne" the soul giving god, by the request of gods & goddess who came from the moon on earth according to "Leisemba Puya" and "Langmaiching-Ching-Koi-Rol" the holybook of the meiteis, as...

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From Greek mythology, Medusa was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as a winged human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair.

Goddess of storm is a deity in mythology associated with weather phenomena such as thunder, lightning, rain and wind.


2 months ago
Great place to visit for those who are ready to get amazed. Those sculptures you will never find in any other places.
- EC M
a month ago
Amazing craft....All sculptors made from single piece of wood.
- Gopal S
10 months ago
What a treasure trove this place is! Not very difficult to find but you'll probably miss it if you don't know bout it. It's located in a lane off a service road beside a pond a little away from the main road. Found it thanks to google maps. Not a posh gallery or museum but a humble one inside the local house of the artist's descendants. The artist's daughter is a sweet old lady who will warmly smile at you and open the doors of the hall housing her father's life's work which are astounding to say the least. Feel free to move around, examine and get awestruck by the artwork but please do not touch them. Also, do donate generously, though it is completely voluntary. A must visit for artifact lovers.
- Rohit S

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