Samurou is a town and a nagar panchayat in Imphal West region in the Indian province of Manipur. Samurou had a populace of 14,232. Guys establish half of the populace and females half. Samurou has a normal proficiency rate of 66%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%: male education is 78%, and female proficiency is 55%. In Samurou, 16% of the populace is under 6 years old. Chigong, one of the seven Maichousscholars of Kangleipak was conceived in Samurou. There is additionally a prominent adage which says "pena semmi ngeida Samurou youii" which methods for standing around doing just a single work keeping whatever is left of the work aside.
This maxim appeared when Ibudhou Pakhangba the principal ruler of Manipur, who is additionally one of the divine beings, chose to shield Samurou. There are two wonderful sanctuaries for the god of Ibudhou Pakhangba, one at Samurou Awang Leikai and one at Samurou Makha Leikai. Samurou is the origin of the popular Manipuri artist Hijam Angahal. Hijam Angahal composed the renowned epic of Manipur "Khamba Thoibi Seireng", and Ebemmadrama, Thambalallegory and so forth. Machu film, one of the best film theater of Manipur is at Samurou. There is additionally another performance center called Samurou Lakpa.