Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh, on Monday, referred to as on the folks of the state to respect and acknowledge the sacrifices made by “our forefathers to guard our motherland”.
“Our society would haven’t any worth if we don’t honour our forefathers and observe paths proven by them,” Manipur CM Biren Singh stated.
Manipur CM Biren Singh made this assertion whereas observing the 172nd dying anniversary of Maharaja Nara Singh at Kangla fort in Imphal.
Maharaja Nara Singh was the ruler of Manipur from 1844 until his dying at Kangla Palace Imphal in 1850.
Maharaja Nara Singh is attributed to have shifted the then capital of Manipur from Langthabal to Imphal.
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Born in 1792, Maharaja Nara Singh was popularly often known as ‘Eningthou Nungsiba’.
Maharaja Nara Singh was an ‘wonderful’ army commander who had defeated the extra highly effective and powerful Burmese military within the first Anglo-Burmese struggle.
“Because the commanding officer of the Gambhir Singh military in the course of the First Anglo-Burmese Battle, quickly after the 7 years devastation, Maharaja Nara Singh exhibited wonderful army acumen and defeated the Burmese military by driving them past the Ningthi River and thus liberated Manipur,” CM Biren Singh stated.
He added: “Maharaja Nara Singh is claimed to have performed round 5 rounds of army expeditions in several elements of the area.”
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The Manipur chief minister additionally introduced the state authorities’s determination to quickly construct a memorial tomb in honour of Maharaja Nara Singh.
“The folks of Manipur will at all times bear in mind Maharaja Nara Singh’s spirit of nationalism and the Authorities of Manipur will quickly construct a befitting memorial tomb in honour of his nice contribution to the folks of Manipur,” stated CM Biren Singh.