Gratitude project of Manipur, 1001 Thagatchari

Growing up in a conflicted place seeing violence at a close range, ongoing choatic situations, anger, more anger and fight for basic human rights – I carry the responsibility of spreading positivity to rise above the conflict. In my quest to elevate the voices of inspiring people through FindingTheVoices, I found that there is a huge lack of recognition and honor for the ones with vision and good intent, working tirelessly towards positive changes in Manipur.

One of my biggest takeaway in my own personal growth journey is the power of gratitude. I want to host gratitude workshops in schools, institutes, offices, anywhere touching everyone in Manipur where we pause, reflect and take the time to share our gratitude to people around us, at the level of Manipur and globally. I want everyone to hear words of love, experience gratitude, read words of expressions bringing a smile or even tears of human connections. It is my belief that gratitude will open our heart, elevate positivity and heightened human connections in Manipur.

There is so much of anger, oppression, hurt, violence and fear in Manipur which is a byproduct of conflicts. I carry the sights of intense protest scenes of students, unburied bodies for protest, lack of freedom, many young and old with mental conditions issues, increasing drug/alcohol/smoking/depression , mob justice – beating to death in front of children, and you will even find scenario of people eating other’s pet dog.

I believe gratitude will open our heart and create the shift to healing and light. I invite you to be a part of this gratitude movement.


Goal of 1001 Thagatchari, gratitude project of Manipur:

Duration: Dec 9, 2017 – Current

  1. Introduce, educate and spread the Practice of gratitude in Manipur, reach every nook and corner of Manipur.
  2. Elevate the personal growth at individual level heightening human connections and spreading the much needed positivity to rise above the conflict in Manipur.
  3. Identify local role models of Manipur to honor, recognize and give our gratitude to the people of Manipur. Write a book featuring the nominated individuals so that our younger generations will know who is who of Manipur.

You can support the movement of gratitude by

Participating and expressing your gratitude.

Invite us to your school, workplace, institude, group, family for gratitude workshops. All participants gets FREE cards.

Donate and sponsor cards, events, gifts for nominated individuals of Manipur.




Sponsor cards for Participants

Participants of gratitude project gets FREE cards to write words of gratitude to their immediate circle. You are sponsoring 20 cards.

$24.99

Sponsor wallart gift for nominated person at the level of Manipur.

We want to honor the nominated person at the level of Manipur by our participants with this small gift of 8 by 8 inch wallart as a token of our gratitude.

$49.99

Thanks to each and everyone of you for being a sponsor. Your contribution helps in hosting gratitude events, touching more and more people with words of love, gratitude in Manipur elevating positivity. Thagatchari!

  • Bimolata N (Thailand)
  • Jodha S (Manipur)
  • Shaheda P (Manipur)

Nominated individuals at the level of Manipur. We honor you for your contribution for Manipur. Thagatchari, our deepest gratitude to you. You inspire us. There are many role models in Manipur. Let us share and teach the younger generations about them. Let us inspire our society.

  1. Rennedy Singh, former captain of the Indian football national team.
  2. Mary Kom, Olympic medallist boxer.
  3. Women Hockey Team from Manipur, Mancester Common Wealth Games.
  1. Naorem Sanajaoba,
  2. Laba Yambem,
  3. Babloo Lotongbam, Human rights alert.
  4. BinalakshmNepram, humanitarian, author, and female activist.
  1. Samurailatpam Sanahanbi,
  2. Jugindra Sorokhaibam, founder of Palliative care.
  3. Urmila Chanum,
  4. Armstrong Pame,
  5. Blooming Manipur,
  6. Monica Ingudam, founder of FindingTheVoices.

  1. Babina Clinic,
  2. Guneshwar Thangjam,
  3. Eli Yambem, founder of Dweller Tea.
  1. Hijam Anganghal, author of Khamba Thoibi.
  2. RKCS, art gallery.
  3. Robin Wahengbam, artist.

  1. Rev. Dino Thouthang,
  2. Little Flower School, shaping women leaders of Manipur.
  1. Hijam Irabot,
  2. N Biren Singh, CM of Manipur.

Artist: Monica has always been interested in art as a child . She found painting to be very calming keeping her grounded and balanced. Art and painting provided the calm and inner strength during the intense grieving period during her father’s passing. She volunteered for Art Galleries, took art classes to enhance her understanding and skills of being an artist. She has pledged the funds raised from her paintings to projects of FindingTheVoices and support humane initiatives encountered as part of interviews covered in her talk show. She has raised funds for Palliative Care and is currently raising funds for children’s education. Please click here to get her art.

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