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- Loiyumba also known as Meidingu Loiyumpa was a Kangleipak king. He provided the Meetei kingdom with a written constitution which is known as Loiyumba...
- believed to have been written by Ashangba Laiba.[citation needed] Meidingu Loiyumba (1074–1122 AD) was known as the "Great law Giver", his reign was an important...
- Kingdom of Kangleipak with written constitution was established in 1110 by Loiyumba, who a local tribal ruler who incorporated most neighboring prin****lities...
- seventy-four kings, of whom the hallowed reign of Pakhangba, Naothingkhong, Loiyumba, Kiyamba, Khagemba, Charairongba, Pamheiba, Maharaja Jai Singh, Maharaja...
- among the Meiteis is ****umed to go back to the Kangleipak state under king Loiyumba in the early 12th century. The Meitei script is a Brahmic abugida. It is...
- epic. Historically, according to the m****cript titled Loiyumba Silyen, King Meidingu Loiyumba (1074-1122) ****igned the task of weaving of ‘Yarongphi...
- old Meetei language. The Kingdom of Kangleipak was established by King Loiyumba in 1110 who ruled between 1074 and 1121. He consolidated the kingdom by...
- brave Naga Chiefs of Manipur. According to m****cript titled Loiyumba Silyen, King Loiyumba (1074–1122 AD) authorised this product to be woven by the Khoisnam...
- (994–1007) Prakash Malla, King (1097–1102) Kingdom of Manipur (complete list) – Loiyumba, King (1074–1112) Pala Empire (complete list) – Mahipala I, King (977–1027)...
- Loiyumba 1074-1112 Senbi Kiyamba 1467-1508 Koirengba 1508-1512 Khagemba 1597-1652 Pitambar Charairongba 1697–1709 Pamheiba 1720–1751 Gaurisiam 1752–1754...
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