The official language of Manipur is Manipuri language, which is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken widely across Manipur.
Apart from this, Hindi and Bengali are also spoken to a large extent, along with a number of dialects of the languages spoken by regional tribal groups.
Manipur is home to many different tribes and cultural groups â€“ all of whom added to the stateâ€™s culture and traditions over the years, making it diverse, colorful and unique in its own way.
Manipurâ€™s women are usually traditionally dresses in outfits known as Innaphi and Phanek which are the most common, especially during traditional occasions. They also have a special skirt-like clothing which has the designs of horizontal stripes in black and white.
Manipuri dance is an integral part of the stateâ€™s culture, and provides a visual treat with its colourful costumes and amazing moves. It is an ancient dance form, which has now become famous across India - and is definitely something to watch out for when youâ€™re in Manipur.
Various different festivals are also celebrated across Manipur, such as: Kut, Gang Ngai, Yaosang, Kwak Jatra, by the tribal Villagers in the state especially.