Set amidst lush green surroundings, Imphal War Cemetery houses the graves of the brave Indian and British soldiers, who were martyred in the battle of Imphal between March and July in 1944. The well-kept cemetery sprawls over a large area covered with grass and stone markers and bronze plaques have been used to display the names of the martyrs on their respective graves. Tourists visiting the cemetery also get a chance to explore the rich flora of the region as beautiful flowers and tall trees have been planted to enhance its scenic beauty. The cemetery has 1,600 graves of the gallant soldiers and bears testimony to their sacrifice. The Imphal War Cemetery is located at Deulahland, opposite the DM College, and is managed by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

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