Picture of the Day contest, to capture glimpse of Manipur, This post covers all the entries for category of beautiful people of Manipur. We invite everyone to cast your vote and choose the picture of your choice and pass along your comments or caption for the picture.
Phamnaiba Ahum, Khamen chatpa phi makhal ahum,Photo taken during Ebudhou Thangjing restoration day celebration Moirang.
lai haraoba at Chajing Karam
Chinglon Mapan na Pansaaba Chingmee Echil Enao na Pan ngaakpa Poirei Lamdam Lamnungsi…
Natural but luxury, “Beauty lies in the eye of beholder”. The lady in the pic is a Maring tribal women, on a way to attend their biggest traditional festival lamhai/lamphanba. Even though she has not wear any jewellery, she is wearing the best lusxury dress available in the Maring tradition.
Tradition Attire in love, The photo was taken during treatre play which based on the folktales of Manipur
HALANGKAR(last day of yaosang) BRAJAMAI… woman with healing stick
Beauty at Loktak Lake Hiyang tanaba
‘Khamen Chatpa,leson phurit with kokyet’. at kHURKHUL
Nothing beats the beauty of traditional dress.. the combination of moirang fijan kotpa fi matek and fanek mayek naiba
A marriage occasion of Manipur
“Traditional attires ready for action” This Photo was taken on the 235th Shri Shri Bijoy Govindaji Heikru Hidongba 2013 organized by Bijoy Govinda Sevayet Committe which was held on Sunday the 15th September, 2013 at Bijoy Govinda Thangapat, Sagolband, Imphal, Manipur. Head Gear :- Ningkham Samji.Shirt :- Lason Phurit.Waist Cloth :- Khwang Chet. Lower Cloth :- Khaman Chatpa Phaijom.
Itta sanasee ngasidee , Royal Manipuri traditional dress
Chak-Umba.. First solid food for Appu. In the far past, the ceremony would mark and determine the way of living for the baby as an adult. Varied items, including grains, soil, weapon, books,gold and money are placed in front for the baby to choose. Though, not relevant in current times, the tradition is still followed for fun..
“Sometimes people are beautiful. Not in looks. Just in what they wear” Traditional Manipuri Mapan Naibi Fanek & Kajenglei
“Meiteis do everything what others do, we even overdo” is what one often hears. There is a movement in the valley to reclaim their past before the arrival of Hinduism, and yet in a locality one can witness young people promoting Emoinu Irat Thouram and at the same time the very people could be excited about Kang( Rath Yatra). Despite this, what’s beautiful about the people of the state is that they don’t allow religion or religions to rule their life. This Kang photograph was taken on Chongah Leirak in Kyamgei.
A bride in all it’s splendor.
Mitki Kajal Laibakki chandaan
I’m old, I am craft, I am independent
Meitei Chanu , Meeramdasu satli meitei leirang!
We have received and overwhelming surprised response on the beauty captured on previous pictures published. To promote pictures of Manipur, We initiated this contest of “Picture of the Day” in the following 3 Categories: – Flowers in Manipur – People in Traditional Dresses of Manipur – Beautiful places in Manipur
Prizes: For each category 1 Best Picture will be selected by Manipur Photography Club and FindingTheVoices. The winner of the best picture will receive a T-Shirt of Manipur Photography Club as a small gesture to encourage the beautiful clicks.
For each category 1 Best Picture will be selected based on viewers popularity (Likes & Comments on …FindingTheVoices Page). The winner will get 2 movie tickets “Amamba Sayon” Resurrection for ’15th Dec’ @ MFDC, Imphal.
FindingTheVoices will choose pictures for FindingTheVoices’s Greeting cards (with agreement with Photographer) based on popularity, Guest invitee’s comments and there will be surprise prize for these selected pictures.
Who is going to win these 3 T-Shirts of Manipur Photography Club ? Who is going to win these 6 tickets for the movie “Amamba Sayon” ? Will your picture be selected for Greeting cards of FindingTheVoices ?