Meetei ruler

Taothingmang was a Meetei ruler of Ningthouja dynasty of Ancient Manipur (Antique Kangleipak). He is a son and the successor of Emperor Khuyoi Tompok.[1][2] He is one of the nine kings associated with the different designs in a historic flag of the kingdom.[3] Other than the Cheitharol Kumbaba, the Ningthourol Lambuba and the Chada Laihui, Taothingmang and his elder brother Yoimongba are also especially mentioned in the Toreirol Lambuba and the Tutenglon.

Monarchy263 AD-363 AD (1661 MF-1761 MF)
Coronation263 AD (1661 MF)
PredecessorKhuyoi Tompok
SuccessorKhui Ningomba
Full name
Meitingu Taothingmang
Era name and dates
Ancient Manipur: 263 AD-363 AD (1661 MF-1761 MF)
RoyaltyNingthouja dynasty (Mangang dynasty)
FatherKhuyoi Tompok
ReligionMeiteism of Sanamahism
OccupationRuler of Ancient Manipur (Antique Kangleipak)

Other Books change

  • Proceedings of North East India History Association. 1986.
  • George, K. M. (1997). Masterpieces of Indian Literature: Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu & Urdu. ISBN 9788123719788.
  • Vatsyayan, Kapila (1981). A Study of Some Traditions of Performing Arts in Eastern India: Margi and Desi Polarities : Banikanta Kakati Memorial Lectures, 1976.
  • Kunjeswori Devi, L. (2003). Archaeology in Manipur. ISBN 9788185891187.

References change

  1. Ray, Asok Kumar; Chakraborty, Satyabrata (2008). Society, Politics, and Development in North East India: Essays in Memory of Dr. Basudeb Datta Ray. Concept Publishing Company. ISBN 978-81-8069-572-8.
  2. Devi, Jamini (2010). Cultural History of Manipur: Sija Laioibi and the Maharas. Mittal Publications. ISBN 978-81-8324-342-1.
  3. Anvīkshā. Jadavpur University. 2004.