The Imphal War Cemetery is situated in Imphal, the capital of the Indian territory of Manipur, in Northeast India, which has a universal fringe with upper Burma now Myanmar. The graveyard has 1,600 Commonwealth internments of the Second World War and is kept up by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Baron Louis Mountbatten portrayed the fight battled at Imphal and Kohima as "most likely one of the best fights ever". In 2013, the Battle of Kohima and Imphal was casted a ballot as one of the best fights ever, in view of a national overview led by the National Army Museum.
The graveyard is situated in Imphal, in a little region of Deulahland 10 kilometers 6.2 mi far from the Imphal International Airport. There is no rail arrange in Manipur. Visitor Information Panels have been proposed for presentation at the remembrance. This presentation, which consolidates a cell phone innovation, empowers access to data about the fight at Imphal and furthermore close to home accounts of a portion of the individuals who are honored in the graveyard; 500 such boards were proposed to be introduced in 2014.