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About Kakching


On December 8, 2016, the region came into being when all of its former Kakching sub-divisional administrative structures were transferred to form a new district. Later, Kakching County was divided into two subdivisions, namely Kakching and Waikhong. Kakching County is one of the 16 districts of Manipur in northeastern India. The region is bounded by the Thoubal district in the north, the Ukhrul and Chandel districts in the east, the Churchandpur and Bishnupur districts in the south, and the Imphal West and Imphal East counties in the west.

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Kakching is known as the storehouse of Manipur. Its workers produce the highest percentage of food grains in the province. The availability of proper irrigation canals and ditches has allowed farmers to farm twice as much. Rice, pulses, cereals, and potatoes are important products of this clip.


The region has an area of 232 km2.


There are 2 complete villages in Jiribam.


There are 51 total districts in the region.


There is only 1 city in the region.

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