Inspired by Symbols of Manipur Notebook (Small) - Set of 2
Shirui Lily or Siroy Lily (Botanical nome: Lilium mocklinioe) was discovered by Frank Kingdon-Word, on English Botonist in 1946. lt is the State Flower of Manipur and blooms in months of May and June. lt is found only in the upper reaches on Siroi hill ranges of Manipur, India. Local Tangkhul Naga folklore has it that this flower adorns the beautiful goddess, Philava, who inhabits the Shiroi Kashong (peak). The beautiful light pinkish lily won the prestigious merit prize of the 1948 Royal Horticultural Society Flower Show in London. Siroi Lily is one of the rarest faunas of the world and has unfortunately become an endangered species in India.
The Sangai is an endemic, rare and endangered Brow-antlered deer found in North East Indian State of Manipur, India. Its habitat, the marshy wetland in Keibul Lamjao about 45 km from Imphal is protected as the Keibul Lamjao National Park. Sangai feed on a variety of water living plants, grasses, herbaceous plants, and shoots. Culturally, the Sangai finds itself embedded deep into the legends and folklore of the Manipuris. Based on a popular folk legend, the Sangai is interpreted as the binding soul between humans and the nature. Sangai is also the state animal of Manipur.
Paper : 100 GSM Bond Paper
Pages : 112 (Plain) Each
Cover : Hard Bound Matt Laminated
Size : Approx. 11.5 cm x 14.5 cm
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Slight difference in colour from the visible product image is possible.