The Palace of Kangla is an old palace at Imphal in Manipur Kangleipak. It was arranged on the two sides western and eastern of the bank of the Imphal River. However, now it stays just on the western side of the bank. Just the remnants remain now. Kangla signifies "dry land" in old Meetei. It was the customary seat of the past Meetei leaders of Manipur. Kangla is the most critical authentic and archeological site of Manipur. The kingdom of Manipur was set up and created at Kangla. Being a site of political and religious focus, Kangla has developed into a considerable post city as the centuries progressed. It is from this capital that the Mangang faction steadily sufficiently used political and military power and grew up to be the most predominant tribe in Manipur.
It gives the idea that the specialty of block making was obtained from the Chinese detainees who were caught amid the Chinese attack of the eastern wilderness of Manipur. Khagemba's child Khunjaoba 1632– 1666 AD enhanced the fortress and beautification work of Kangla Fort. It is said that the lord unearthed a channel Thangapat on the western side of the Fort. Amid his period, the power and glory of Manipur was at its pinnacle. Burmese lords/boss moved toward him to settle their question and ask the hands of Manipuri princesses. The Fort was additionally enhanced and augmented by King Garibaniwaz and after him by progressive lords of Manipur.