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  1. 1. ART INTEGRATION NAME-SARANSH CHAWLA CLASS- 6TH A SUBJECT – Social science , English language , English literature , Moral science , General knowledge. TOPIC-FOOD AND CULTURE OF MANIPUR AND NAGALAND
  2. 2. INDEX: PAGE NUMBER CONTENT 1 FRONT PAGE 2 INDEX 3 FOOD OF MANIPUR 4 FOOD OF MANIPUR 5 CLIMATE OF MANIPUR 6 LANGUAGE OF MANIPUR 7 TRADITIONAL PAINTING OF MANIPUR 8 TRADITIONAL DRESSES OF MANIPUR 9 TRADITIONAL SPORTS OF MANIPUR 10 TRADITIONAL DACE OF MANIPUR 11 THANKYOU
  3. 3. FOOD :
  4. 4. CLIMATE :
  5. 5. LANGUAGE :
  6. 6. PAINTINGS :
  7. 7. DRESSES : The festivals of Manipur are Lui-ngai-ni Ningol Chakouba, Shirui Lily festival, Yaoshang, Gan-ngai, Chumpha, Cheiraoba, Kang and Heikru Hidongba, as well as the broader religious festivals Eid-Ul-Fitr, Eid- Ul-Adha and Christmas. Most of these festivals are celebrated on the basis of the lunar calendar. Almost every festival celebrated in other states of India is observed.
  8. 8. SPORT : Mukna is a popular form of wrestling.[103] Mukna Kangjei, or Khong Kangjei, is a game which combines the arts of mukna (wrestling hockey) and Kangjei (Cane Stick) to play the ball made of seasoned bamboo roots
  9. 9. DANCE : Manipur dance also known as Jagoi,[95] is one of the major Indian classical dance forms,[96] named after the state of Manipur.[97][98] It is particularly known for its Hindu Vaishnavism themes, and exquisite performances of love-inspired dance drama of Radha- Krishna called Raslila.[97][95][99] However, the dance is also performed to themes related to Shaivism, Shaktism and regional deities such as Umang Lai during Lai Haraoba.[100][101] The roots of Manipur dance, as with all classical Indian dances, is the ancient Hindu Sanskrit text Natya Shastra, but with influences from the culture fusion between India and Southeast Asia, East Asia, Siberia, Micronesia and Polynesia.[102]
  10. 10. > THANKYOU

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