Senapati is the region central station of Senapati region in the province of Manipur in India. The general geography of the region is uneven. The slopes keep running in the north to south arrangement progressively inclining down to south gathering the plain of Manipur valley. National Highway 39 extends through the core of the locale. Sekmai is the South of the area. Mao flanked the Nagaland in the North end. Add up to arrive region of 60% of the region is timberland and 40% is arable land. The land is rich of widely ied vegetation. The timberland is decorated with hundreds of years old trees. The region goes under sticky Sub-tropical atmosphere.
The Senapati District has an aggregate populace of 2,83,621 as indicated by the 2001 evaluation. Senapati is an area having different ethnic networks. The dominant part are of the Mao, Maram, Thangal, Poumai, Liangmai Rongmei, Inpui, and Zeme Naga clans. There exist minorities of Tangkhul and Maring Nagas, Kukis, Nepalese, and others. Meitei is the most widely used language of the different networks in the region. The religious cosmetics of the city is 98% Christian and 2% Hindu. Paddy, maize, potato, cabbage, and oats are the fundamental monetary harvests of the locale. Rice is the principle nourishment of individuals. Cows, wild ox, pig and goats are the principle creatures raised in the area.