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The Meiteis or Meeteis are the majority ethnic group of Manipur, India, and because of this are sometimes referred to as Manipuris. Generally speaking, Meitei is an endonym and Manipuri is an exonym. The Meitei people are made up of seven clans, who trace their written history back to 33 AD.
- North American Manipur Association
- European Manipuri Association
- Laishram Sadananda, "What is Manipuri Literature?" Talk at New York Public Library, 2006.