Battle of Imphal

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Cemeteries

The Imphal Cremation Memorial at the Imphal Indian Army War Cemetery. The Memorial commemorates the cremation of 868 Hindu and Sikh soldiers. The Imphal Cremation Memorial at the Imphal Indian Army War Cemetery. The Memorial commemorates the cremation of 868 Hindu and Sikh soldiers. Ranjit Moirangthem

There are two Second World War cemeteries in Imphal. These are maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The first one, the Imphal War Cemetery, contains some 1,600 graves of Commonwealth soldiers, including Indians, Britons, Australians, Canadians, and East Africans.

The second cemetery is the Imphal Indian Army War Cemetery. This contains 828 graves, most of which are of Muslim soldiers of the British Indian Army. The cemetery also includes the Imphal Cremation Memorial which commemorates 868 Sikh and Hindu soldiers who were cremated.