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New Bishnupriya Manipuri web entries

RK Rishikesh Sinha

In the Internet domain, visitors are going to 'see' more websites on different subjects related to Bishnupriya Manipuri. Though all are in a budding stage, here is a quick glance of these websites.

The domain would be catering to Bishnupriya Manipuri poetry, story, history and features. It is still in womb.

It is web version of the BMDF’s magazine Firaal.

It will be catering to Sri Sri Bhubaneswar Sadhuthakur.

It is still to take a shape. The website would be catering to Sahid Sudeshna Sinha.


All these websites and many have become the part of Bisarei,the Bishnupriya Manipuri search engine. Since its launch, the response of the visitors has not been up to the mark.

What is the web status of Bisarei? Over 40 per cent of the visitors out of total visitors didn’t make any search in Bisarei. They come and go. And those who made search, their search quality were not good. People searched “munihada”, “hamallakuri”, these are some of the search queries!


Bisarok since its inception has been welcomed by people all across the globe. It has indexed over 50 lakh web pages. And it is doing its primary role – to make people search. A web ‘search’ property devoted to Assam has enthused people of the State to create similar search domains. Bisarok is going to have a long journey to its destination.

Bishnupriya Manipuri Online Digest

This is a monthly medium-friendly version of Bishnupriya Manipuri Online. So far it has come out with June and July 2012 issues (previous months issues will soon come up).

Google “Bishnupriya Manipuri Online Digest”.

Its primary purpose is to cater academicians, journalists, policymakers or anybody who wishes to get monthly updates of contents that comes up in Bishnupriya Manipuri Online. It has been positioned in web to cater to this section of people.

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